Tell me more about ‘Sherry’ and the impact it had on popular music.

‘Sherry’ was released by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in 1964, and quickly became one of their most popular songs. With its catchy melody and upbeat tempo, it helped to define the sound of early 1960s pop music. 

Despite its popularity, ‘Sherry’ faced a lot of criticism from critics and listeners alike. Some people criticized the song’s suggestive lyrics and risqué music video, while others pointed out that it was overshadowed by other pop hits like The Beatles’ ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’. 

Nevertheless, ‘Sherry’ remains an iconic song in the history of popular music. It has been covered by countless artists and continues to be a popular song choice for karaoke nights around the world. 

Other notable songs by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons include: 

1) “December, 1963 (Oh What A Night)” 

2) “Walk Like a Man” 

3) “Working My Way Back to You” 

4) “Let’s Hang On!” 

5) “Dawn (Go Away)”