Celebrate the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons with Frankie’s Guys. This fast-paced, energetic production brings the talented foursome to theatres across the UK to relive an era of timeless classic hits.

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons were one of the most consistent 60s super-groups and had a string of worldwide hits, selling over 100 million records and earning themselves a place in the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

This authentic live production will take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane as Frankie’s Guys put their own charismatic stamp on a catalogue of hits including Big Girls Don’t Cry, Can’t Take My Eyes of You, Sherry and Oh What A Night.

We sat down with star of the show, David Greigo, ahead of their performance at The Radlett Centre on Sunday, October 6.

How did you end up being part of the show?

“Frankie’s Guys was formed after the huge success of Frankie Valli’s comeback with both his own solo tours and Jersey Boys the movie and Broadway musical. We wanted to create a concert version of the show, with all the music people know and love.”

When did you first get involved with the show?

“The show has been running for around 3/4 years now.”

Have you ever seen any of the original artists live and if so how do they compare to your concerts?

“We keep missing Frankie Valli’s tours here in the UK as we are always touring ourselves - it’s certainly on the bucket list.”

What is your favourite track from the band?

“We all have different favourites but we all love performing our show opening, Oh What A Night!”

Tell us a little more about the band members and how you got together.

“A few of us have been singing together for many years. We always loved singing in four part harmony and the Four Seasons music was the perfect fit for us.”

What preparation do you need to do to get ready for the performance?

“Rehearse! Rehearse! Rehearse! A big part of our show is our dance routines and we like them to be ultra-polished and slick so no matter where we go or how many times we do the show we always rehearse before every performance.”

What can the audience expect from attending one of your concerts?

“Great music and lots of fun, we don’t take ourselves too seriously and we realise that the people who have spent their hard-earned money in general just want a great night out, and we work tirelessly to give them just that.”

What do you enjoy most about the performances?

“The audiences make our shows, we love them! We have had people travel from all over the world to watch us perform and the love just keeps on spreading.”

What has been the highlight of your career so far?

“We recently got to perform and travel to the other side of the world to destinations such as South Africa, Australia and South America. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity. Another highlight has to be seeing so many familiar faces in the crowds at all our shows and building up such a loving and loyal fanbase.”

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Sunday, October 6, 7.30pm. Details: 01923859291 radlettcentre.co.uk