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Stephen James as Franki Valli

The Night Owl in Birmingham

Friday 10th August 2018

8:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

A one man Frankie Valli tribute act by Stephen James, brilliantly sewn together by an American narrator & aided cleverly by video projection.

 
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Stephen James as Franki Valli on Friday 10th August 2018

Friday 10th August

The Night Owl are delighted present

Stephen James as Frankie Valli

A one man Frankie Valli tribute act by Stephen James, brilliantly sewn together chronologically by an American narrator, aided cleverly by video projection, which forms a back drop to the whole show.

This is more than just another Frankie Valli tribute act, as the show spans three decades of music, telling the story of the struggle Frankie Valli faced before his sudden rise to fame in 1962 with The Four Seasons, the domination of the 60′s charts with three consecutive No.1 singles, the fling with the Northern Soul and Motown scene, right through to the 70′s worldwide million selling album 'Who Loves You'.

This is The Frankie Valli Story, a top tribute to the life and music of Frankie Valli.

The show features all of the hits of Frankie Valli both as a solo and as part of The Four Seasons, some of which include:

Sherry, Big Girls Don't Cry, Walk Like A Man, The Night, You're Ready Now, Grease (Is The Word). Bye Bye Baby, Working My Way Back To You, Begging and many more.

Doors open 8pm

£6 early bird, £8 advance tickets from theticketsellers.co.uk

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Price includes entry to Barefootin' club night after

Music Genres: 

60s, Rock, Rock & Roll

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