Even better than Jersey Boys, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons bring the real thing to the Palace Theatre! With one of the most distinctive voices in the history of rock 'n' roll, Frankie Valli's incredible career as a solo artist and with the Four Seasons has produced 19 Top 10 hits and sold more than 100 million records worldwide. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and named longevity champ of the rock era by Billboard magazine. Frankie joined Nick Massi and Tommy DeVito in the early 1950s, and began a lifelong collaboration with songwriter Bob Gaudio. In 1962, the Gaudio-penned single "Sherry" sold 200,000 copies the day after the Four Seasons performed it on American Bandstand. With "Sherry," the group had crystallized a distinctive musical style -- the popular doo-wop music of the 1950s inflected with the rhythm and blues influences that would come to define much of the music of the 1960s. With Frankie's dazzling falsetto as its trademark, the Four Seasons' sound went on to become one of the most enduring in all of rock and roll. The current Four Seasons are: Robby Robinson (Music Director/Keyboards); Landon Beard (Singer/Dancer); Jason Martinez (Singer/Dancer); Erik Bates (Singer/Dancer); Val Martinez (Singer/Dancer); Craig Pilo (Drums); Keith Hubacher (Bass); Matt Baldoni (Guitar); and Gary Melvin (Guitar).