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Technotronic is a Belgian Techno band formed by Jo Bogaert in the late eighties. Together with Ya Kid K, he wrote the hit single Pump Up the Jam which meant the start of the Belgian hip hop scene. Bogaert later on worked together with different vocalists. Originally, Bogaert used a model in order to promote the song. Only later on, Ya Kid K was allowed to appear.
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Only later on, Ya Kid K was allowed to appear. Valli has been the lead singer from then until the present time. Originally, Bogaert used a model in order to promote the song. Nick DeVito and Majewski left the group in 1960 or 1961 and were replaced by Bob Gaudio and Nick Massi. As the lead singer of the Four Seasons, he had a string of hits beginning with a #1 hit "Sherry" in 1962. Bogaert later on worked together with different vocalists. About the same time, Valli Italianized his name to its current form. Together with Ya Kid K, he wrote the hit single Pump Up the Jam which meant the start of the Belgian hip hop scene. After a few name changes afterwards, the group was renamed "The Four Seasons" in 1960.
Technotronic is a Belgian Techno band formed by Jo Bogaert in the late eighties. They redubbed themselves "The Four Lovers" and had a top 40 hit with "Apple of My Eye" in 1956. In the mid-1950s he split up with the Travellers and joined The Variety Trio, which consisted of Tommy DeVito, twin brother Nick, and Hank Majewski. He cut his first single in 1953 at 16 with The Travellers, as "Frankie Valley & the Travellers", or according to other sources, as a solo career as "Frankie Valley". Valli started his singing career in 1952.
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with The Four Seasons in 1990. Valli Scored over 25 top-40 hits with The Four Seasons, a handful of top-40 hits dubbed as a solo act in the late 1960s, one dubbed as The Wonder Who? in 1965, and again in the mid to late 1970s. Frankie Valli (born May 3, 1937 in the Italian First Ward of Newark, New Jersey as Francis Stephen Castelluccio) is best known as lead singer of The Four Seasons, one of the biggest music acts of the 1960s, which continued from then to the 1970s disco scene to the present day.