BOBBY VALLI'S TRIBUTE TO JERSEY LEGENDS
Bobby Valli is originally from Newark, NJ, and is the younger brother of Frankie Valli of The Four Seasons. Singing, writing, producing and performing since the age of 15, he has recorded his own original work for several major record labels including Columbia and Metromedia.
Bobby’s television appearances include Upbeat, Scene 70 and The Jerry Blavitt Show. Recently Bobby's media appearances have included the PBS Special "Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop" that featured Bobby singing with Joey Dee and The Starliters. Bobby also sang in the finale, with brother Frankie, the super hit song “Let’s Hang On.” Another noted guest appearance was with good friend, Tony Orlando, on the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon in 2005, most recently on the Vinny Vella (of Casino and The Sopranos) Show in NY and on radio with Joey Reynolds. He recently appeared at Carnegie Hall in a special tribute with Bruce Springsteen.
In Bobby’s early career he was a part of Classics Four (IV), The Duprees, Larry Chance and many special guest appearances. Bobby has launched a new solo project, a musical tribute to his brother Frankie and other Jersey legends which includes songs from “Sherry” to “Oh! What a Night!”. Other artists include Frank Sinatra, The Young Rascals, and many more.