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What a show we saw in 2020!!!! Valli snd his band are amazing, just fantastic. Performed most of his hit songs, I mean come on if he performed every chart hit he’s had he would be on stage for 5-6 hours. Just to see a singer who has had a number one hit record before during and after the Beatles is simply amazing. Great show, great concert and people from 6 years older to 85 were rocking and rolling!!!!
from New York, New York
FRANKIE VALLI AT COUNT BASIE NOV 2017
Fantastic show. He was not lip syncing and could still hit those high
notes pretty good. Great band and back up singers. Well worth the
money to see him live. A show to remember!
Harry Heisler from Fort Lauderdale
SOMETIMES IT’S TIME....
Went to see FV and the Four at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Fl last night. I loved the band, the singers and the songs. I grew up with his songs, so seeing Frankie, who is a legend by any standard, was great. But... being a retired vocalist and still active musician, it was disappointing to see him lip syncing. My girlfriend didn’t believe me, but I could tell. No one at 82, sings that well, especially with so little effort. That’s what gave it away for me. His lips hardly moved and neither did he. It was a great night for nostalgia, but sometimes it’s time to stop
Amy T from Atlantic City, New Jersey
Saw Frankie on 8/13/21 at Hard Rock in AC. The Four Season guys were amazing and the band was unbelievable so the music sounded great. Frankie is a legend but he was not singing. He lip synched the whole show and it was obvious because you could see it on big screens and up close (6th row)...plus he was barely moving ..both him and his lips. However, he is 87 and I understand he probably wants to keep the magic and his reputation alive because no one wants the media writing cruel articles about how Frankie's voice isn't good anymore or that he can't sing anymore. The drummer and the guitar players and everything sounded so good. But unfortunately Frankie isn't singing. It's amazing enough just to see him in person and know he USED to sing these songs. Great slide show as well with pictures of the good old days. Frankie must really just love getting on stage and performing (whether singing or not)...its in his blood. Prob doesn't wanna be a boring 87 yr old sitting home watching TV.
Freddie Bee from Jersey from Hillsdale, New Jersey
IF YOU DON’T ENJOY IT, YOU ARE FAR TOO CRITICAL!
I saw the Show at The Hard Rock in Atlantic City. As we came into the lobby of the hotel, seeing memorabilia from some of the biggest names in music including tuxedos worn by Dean Martin & Sinatra, I couldn’t help but feel nostalgic about the era of great music with horns and vocalists and great production. With that said, the arena was comfortable and the crowd was mostly senior, and I’m guessing pretty Italian too, myself included. For a Jersey Boy to enjoy a performance by a Jersey Legend with a lot of other Jersey boys and girls was extremely emotional for me. Our Heroes are gone or getting very old and they made the soundtracks of our lives. There are not many true LEGENDS left. So to get the chance to celebrate a tremendous talent and lifetime body of work was beautiful. The music is timeless and was performed very well, the band is chock full of talent and his singers got the moves and the look. It doesn’t matter whether Frankie is lip syncing or not, because you are there with him singing the songs together. If you have the opportunity to see a Legend on a stage like that, grab it and don’t judge so hard, because they have earned the right to grow old on stage. We are all getting older too. At the end of the day all that really matters is being with the people you love, getting together and enjoying their company. I really enjoyed those 2 hours, time and money well spent!
Jay from Minneapolis, Minnesota
PRIOR LAKE (MYSTIC LAKE), MINNESOTA, GREAT SHOW!! (9/30)
Frankie Valli, ever the showman, still getting out on tour and making people happy. An inspiration in and of itself in these times. The band, updated arrangements, The Four Seasons vocalists, and vocal solos—all terrific. Frankie lets the instrumental soloists run free and it keeps things interesting. There is a little tweaking, such as lowering a key here or there to fit his range, and sometimes sneaking in autotune on the high phrases. Really, who cares—he’s 87. He keeps his voice in good shape and is a real gentleman. (By the way my impression was that the video monitors are way behind in the on-stage performance, not the other way around. Distracting). Terrific show—thank you for the fantastic memories of the ‘60’s and ‘70’s.
Pk from Saint Paul, Minnesota
Loved the songs. Did anybody else get a feeling that
FV was not singing live? Saw some evidence of it but I
could try to be convinced otherwise
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