If you're a fan, you'll want to get your Frankie Valli tickets now, because you might not have the chance later. Even though it's been fifty years since he scored his first number one hit, his shows still sell out and many fans have learned the hard way that when he's coming to town the earlier you get your Frankie Valli concert tickets the better. His popularity isn't surprising. Not only is he one of the most versatile and talented singers in the business, his fan base encompasses multiple generations, with each vying for tickets to Frankie Valli whenever he performs.
Some fans remember him for his work as lead vocalist for The Four Seasons in the 1960s. If you're not old enough to remember, this group churned out hit after hit, twenty nine altogether, beginning with 1962's "Sherry," which featured a falsetto lead by Valli considered groundbreaking at the time. "Many R&B groups had used falsetto as part of their background harmonies," Valli has explained, "but we were different because we put the falsetto out front and made it the lead." This "out front" falsetto styling had a lasting influence on rock, adopted by Lou Christie, the Beach Boys, Queen and others.
"Sherry" was followed by a string of Four Seasons songs that are considered classics, including "Rag Doll," "Walk Like a Man," "Big Girls Don’t Cry," and others. It's only natural that fans from this era feel like they grew up with him and are in a hurry to get Frankie Valli tickets whenever he's around.
Slightly younger fans remember him from his early solo career, beginning when he was still with The Four Seasons, and they also seek cheap tickets to Frankie Valli performances. During this period, Valli showed that he was not only capable of hitting high notes, but that be could easily handle the low bass notes too. Hits from this era include "Can’t Take My Eyes Off You," which many consider to be his signature song and which is one of the reasons that fans from this era are eager for Frankie Valli concert tickets whenever he's appearing.
While the disco era of the seventies ended the careers of many sixties stars, Valli's thrived with hits like "My Eyes Adored You," "December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)," and the theme from the 1978 retro fifties film "Grease." Needless to say, his seventies fans also purchase Frankie Valli tickets, helping keep his shows sold out.
And he hasn't stopped. As a member of The Four Seasons, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990, paving the way for more success. Here in the 21st century, there's been the Tony Award winning musical, "Jersey Boys," based on the history of The Four Seasons, which has created a new audience looking for Frankie Valli concert tickets. Then there was the 2007 album, "Romancing the 60s," which only created more demand for tickets to Frankie Valli concerts.