1962: A distinctive falsetto earns this quartet another number one 76



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Today in 1962, this classic hit soared to number one where it stayed for 5 weeks, just like the single before it.

This quartet were and are still extremely popular, and are easily recognised thanks to the singer’s distinctive falsetto.

Rock ‘n’ roll bands were just emerging at this time and this group set the stage – they were the first to hit number one on the Billboard chart.

The noticeable melody can be heard in some episodes of Happy Days as well as in Dirty Dancing.

Can you guess what this song is?


Listen to Frankie Vallie and The Four Seasons’ “Big Girls Don’t Cry” below:

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  1. Frankie Vali. So enjoy the voices of these men, I have seen the Broadway show(Jersey Boys) several times plus the movie,.I was dancing in the aisles. haha

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