Ronnie 45 by The Four Seasons

February 17, 2012

The Four Seasons placed 13 singles in the top 10 on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart during the 1960s with four reaching the number one position.

“Ronnie” is probably one of their lesser known big hits as it was released between “Dawn (Go AWay)” and “Rag Doll.” It was similar to many of their best songs with tight harmonies and Frankie Valli’s falsetto floating above the mix. The melody may not have been as strong as their best material but it was still catchy pop and perfect for AM radio play during the mid-1960s.

It reached the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart April 11, 1964, and peaked at number six.