The first time many of us heard Frankie Valli was during the opening credits of the mega-hit film musical Grease. For others, those who were conscious from 1962 to 1967, as part of the 4 Seasons, Frankie was the teen dream who toppled their bouffants with “Sherry Baby,” “Walk Like a Man” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry”­—in a three-octave falsetto, no less. But whenever you met him and that incredible voice is no matter. He’s here, he’s at the Performing Arts Center, and you’re either a clueless Gen Y-er or a lazy old fool not to check out this legendary hunk of babe­—who still has... More >>>