The 'Oh What a Night' tour presented by Dynamic Management is a musical tribute to 'Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons'. This show started its Australian Tour in August running until the end of September. It played at The Norwood Concert Hall for one night only on September 12th. The show staring Nick, Rick, George and Paul, last names unmentioned, is completely scripted and tells stories of the Four Seasons and how they formed. They spoke about how the band was originally called the four lovers. Written by 'George Solomon', Directed by 'Michael Chapman' and Publicised by Lionel Midford had amazing choreography by 'Paul Holmquist'.
The tribute concert featured all the original hits 'Sherry', 'Big Girls Don't Cry', 'Walk Like A Man', 'My Eyes Adored You', 'Working My Way Back To You', 'Let's Hang On' and 'Who Loves You', but also had a tribute to Grease. Most people including me didn't realise Grease was Frankie Valli's biggest solo hit, George came out in tight black pants dressed as John Travola in the movie Grease and danced the moves to 'Grease Lighting'. The audience went wild. They also paid tribute to some of the Four Seasons less advertised songs including 'Dawn', 'Ronnie', 'Tell it to the Rain', 'Ragdoll' and 'Candy Girl'.
The only difference between The Four Seasons and their Tribute band was their wasn't just one Frankie Valli, all the men took in turns as the lead singer and all had the voices to do so. All songs were choreographed beautifully with different formations and vibrant facials. Overall an amazing tribute to a band who will never be forgotten.
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