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|"There's nothin' I repect more than someone who can tell North from South without a compass." - Elvis Presley|
The Four Seasons,
who enjoyed their biggest hit in the U.K. with
"December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)", this week in 1976.
Be sure to read Gary James' interviews with the two men
who shared the vocals with Frankie Valli on "December 1963",
drummer Gerry Polci
bassist Don Ciccone
Did You Know?
According to the co-writer of "December 1963", Bob Gaudio,
the song was originally set in 1933 with the title
"December 5th, 1933" and celebrated the repeal of Prohibition.
Who sang that song that you have stuck in your head?
How high did it climb on the charts and in what year?
You can find out in our Who Sang That Hit? Section
Explore the facts behind the deaths
of some of the music world's biggest stars
Read all about Rock and Roll's Unsolved Mysteries
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