Bobby Valli as Himself
Singer-entertainer extraordinaire, Bobby Valli has been touring America for over four decades. Bobby is very proud to say he is the younger brother of music icon Frankie Valli. Bobby Valli sings Frankie Valli (The Jersey Boys) as only a Valli can, in songs and stories. Tony Orlando said it best when Bobby appeared on the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, “You will not believe the voice. Lightning did strike twice in the Valli family.” Bobby Valli’s most notable recording, “America, A Home for You and Me,” is a song he sang and wrote honoring our American heroes, the men and women who serve and protect our country. (CD and DVD available.) During his musical career, Bobby sang with national recording acts such as: The Duprees (“You Belong to Me,” “My Own True Love”) Joey Dee and The Starliters (“The Peppermint Twist”) Classics IV (“Traces,” “Stormy”). Invited to sing at Carnegie Hall with Bruce Springstein along with members of The Young Rascals, the act was titled Bobby Valli and His Jersey Guys. 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. 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.