November 4, 2007

Q&A With The Legendary Frankie Valli

November 4th, 2007

Rebecca Little of recently spoke with the original Jersey Boy–Frankie Valli.

A consummate professional who parlayed his trademark falsetto into 25 top-40 hits and counting, Valli just released a new compilation of love ballads, “Romancing the ’60s,” and has an upcoming concert date at the Chicago Theatre. Marquee spoke with Valli recently about his long career. Here’s a sneak peek of Valli’s Q&A session with the reporter:

Q: Was a musical the best medium for telling the Four Seasons’ story?

FV: The funny thing about it is, no matter which way you do it, the music is part of the biography. The music is there to represent periods of time where we were having record successes, where we were having failures, and where we were trying to get where we wanted to go. But the story is quite unique because it’s told from four different points of view.

Q: Is it an accurate account?

FV: If it got any more accurate, we would scare people.

1 Comment »

  1. Frankie is so hip. Love him.

    Comment by Catherine — November 5, 2007 @ 1:42 am

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