Beginning in 1951, with The Variety Trio, singer Frankie Valli crafted a falsetto voice that has sold millions of records around the world. In 1962, The Four Seasons started down a path that would include over two dozen pop chart hits.
|Frankie Valli's soaring falsetto was the group's signature sound. He had no formal musical training, but became one of his generation's most recognizable voices|
In 1990, The Four Seasons were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Frankie Valli sat down with VOA's Larry London during a recent concert stop in Baltimore, Maryland.
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