Jersey Boys Trailer

Clint Eastwood directs this adaptation of the Broadway musical Jersey Boys, which chronicles the rise and fall of the 1960s music group The Four Seasons. Broadway cast member John Lloyd Young reprises his role as Frankie Valli and Vincent Piazza portrays bandmate Tommy DeVito. Related Article: Jersey Boys: History vs. Hollywood

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 Dick Clark Frankie Valli Interview on American Bandstand (1978)

Dick Clark interviews Frankie Valli on the American Bandstand TV show in 1978. Frankie talks about the future, how he has remained a success, switching labels, and his knowledge of the music business.

 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons "Sherry" Live Performance

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons perform "Sherry", their first nationally released single and their first number one hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. The 1962 chart-topper remained number one for five consecutive weeks. Here, Frankie Valli performs "Sherry" in concert.

 The Four Seasons "Working My Way Back to You" Live (1966)

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons deliver a live TV performance of "Working My Way Back to You" in 1966. The performance comes following their 1964 label switch and the 1965 departure of bass player Nick Massi, depicted in the Jersey Boys movie. The song is about a man who cheated on his girlfriend and put her through emotional turmoil. After she leaves, he realizes that he still loves her and attempts to regain her affection.

 The Four Seasons "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" Music Video from 1975

The Four Seasons perform "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" in 1975. Drummer Gerry Polci performs the lead vocals with Frankie Valli supporting. The song was written by band member Bob Gaudio and his eventual wife Judy Parker. It originally had the title "December 5th, 1933" and championed the repeal of prohibition. At the urging of Frankie Valli and Parker, Gaudio rewrote the lyrics to be a nostalgic song about a man remembering his first intimate encounter with a woman.

 The Four Seasons "Who Loves You" Video (1975)

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons "Who Loves You" video featuring Valli on lead vocals, John Paiva on guitar, Gerry Polci on Drums and Don Ciccone on Bass. The "Who Loves You" music video was recorded in 1975 and provides a good look at how the band's appearance changed over the years. The song was used in the trailer for the Jersey Boys movie.

 The Four Seasons "Walk Like a Man" Music Video (1963)

Watch The Four Seasons "Walk Like a Man" music video from 1963. It features the foursome singing at a dance hall overlooking an interesting variety of energetic fans unleashing dance moves that could have only come out of the 1960s. During the recording sessions that produced the hit song, producer Bob Crewe would stop at nothing for the perfect take. After realizing that a fire had broken out in the room above the studio, he blocked the studio door and continued recording until firemen had to force their way in and pull Crewe out.

 The Four Seasons "Big Girls Don't Cry" Live Performance (1962)

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons perform their hit song "Big Girls Don't Cry" live on TV in 1962. Valli performs alongside bandmates Tommy DeVito, Nick Massi and Bob Gaudio. Like in the Jersey Boys movie, Gaudio says that he came up with the song while watching the 1955 Rhonda Fleming/Ronald Reagan movie Tennessee's Partner. In the movie, Fleming's character is slapped in the face, to which she replies, "Big girls don't cry."

 Frankie Valli Jersey Boys Interview

Frankie Valley explains how the writers came up with the concept for the musical, which is told from four different points of view (or seasons). Frankie talks about sharing the true story while making sure not to offend anyone involved. Early footage of Frankie Valli and his bandmates is shown.

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