Listen to the one-of-a-kind voice of Bobby Valli.
The ever so talented Bobby Valli has a list of upcoming shows that you must attend to truly enjoy a night of fine music. Bobby Valli, originally from Newark, N.J., and the younger brother of Frankie Valli of The Four Seasons, has been singing, writing, producing and performing since the age of 15. Valli has proudly recorded his own original work for several major record labels such as Columbia and Metromedia.
You may have also recognized Bobby Valli on screen as he appeared in Upbeat, Scene 70 and The Jerry Blavitt Show. In the finale, Valli sang alongside his brother, Frankie, in the phenomenal hit, “Let’s Hang On.” Valli guest appeared with good friend, Tony Orlando, on the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon in 2005 and on the radio with Joey Reynolds. Not to mention, he performed in the great Carnegie Hall in a special tribute with Bruce Springsteen.
Bobby performed on a PBS Special, Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop, and had the distinct pleasure of singing the closing number, “Let’s Hang On,” with his brother, Frankie Valli.
In Valli’s own shows, he recreated the magnificent sound of the American icon Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, his brother Frankie Valli. This allowed him to launch a musical tribute to his brother Frankie which includes songs from “Sherry” to “Oh, What a Night!” Due to the infamous positive feedback and growing success, he was invited to perform in other countries starting with the Philippines in November 2007.
Bobby has been featured, appearing in musical acts, on Richard Nader’s and Bowzer’s oldies shows, with a multitude of other famous recording artists, such as Rock and Roll Hall of Famers: Dion, The Drifters, The Shirelles, Jay and The Americans, and many, many more. The list goes on and on.
“My most memorable moment was doing the PBS special, Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop with all those famous groups I had grown-up listening to,” said Valli.
With all the great hits and wonderful memories created, Bobby Valli continues to perform in major concert venues across the country, from Atlantic City to Las Vegas. As a true Valli, in songs and stories, he never fails to provide the audience an astonishing performance that will be talked about for years to come.
Upcoming shows include:
- The Bar – Wednesday, July 13 in Bloomfield, N.J.
- Suffern Free Public Library – Saturday, July 23 in Suffern, N.Y.
- Lina’s Restaurant and Lounge – Friday, July 29 in Bloomingdale, N.J.