The Four Lovers struggled during the mid to late 1950’s, but did manage to produce a minor hit during 1956 with “You’re The Apple Of My Eye” for the RCA label.
During early 1962, they signed with the Vee Jay Label and changed their name to The Four Seasons. It was their first step on the road to their induction into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame during 1990.
Their first single release for Vee Jay was “Sherry.” It was an up-tempo piece of pop that featured Frankie Valli’s falsetto voice rising above the mix. It would top the American singles chart for five weeks and was the first of their five number one hits.
The Four Seasons would go on to place 48 songs on the American charts. Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons are still on the road today.