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Who wrote Who Loves You Pretty Baby?

Who wrote Who Loves You Pretty Baby?

Bob Gaudio
Who Loves You/Composers

Did Frankie Valli Sing Who loves you?

Polci and Ciccone shared lead vocals with Frankie Valli, backed by producer Bob Gaudio and former Seasons bassist Joe Long. The title song established the band as stars of the 1970s (peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart).

Who was Frankie Valli’s wife?

Randy Clohessym. 1984–2004
MaryAnn Hanniganm. 1974–1982Mary Mandelm. 1957–1971
Frankie Valli/Wife

He married MaryAnn Hannagan in 1974, and that marriage lasted eight years. He then married Randy Clohessy in 1984; the couple had three sons and separated in 2004.

What were the original singers from the 4 seasons?

Frankie Valli
Don Ciccone
The Four Seasons/Singers
In 1960, the band known as the Four Lovers evolved into the Four Seasons, with Frankie Valli as the lead singer, Bob Gaudio (formerly of the Royal Teens) on keyboards and tenor vocals, Tommy DeVito on lead guitar and baritone vocals, and Nick Massi on electric bass and bass vocals.

Who Covered Who loves you?


Title Performer Release date
Who Loves You Four Seasons August 1975
So Many Reasons – Sherry – Big Girls Do… Gidea Park 1981
Who Loves You Red Squares 1990
Who Loves You The Pooh Sticks 1991

Who sang Who Loves You Pretty Baby?

Frankie Valli
Who Loves You/Artists

Does Frankie Valli have a son?

Francesco Valli
Brando ValliEmilio Valli
Frankie Valli/Sons

Did Frankie Valli have a daughter?

Francine Valli
Antonia ValliCelia Valli
Frankie Valli/Daughters

Who said Who loves you baby?

Telly Savalas
This line is spoken by Theo Kojak, played by Telly Savalas, in the TV show Kojak (1973-1978). It seems like cops and cop shows were a dime a dozen in the 1970s. Kojak set itself apart with its main character’s fondness for Tootsie Roll pops—he was trying to quit smoking—and his catchphrase, “Who loves ya, baby?”

Who was famous for saying Who loves you baby?

Telly Savalas, Who Loves Ya, Baby? Savalas became a pop-culture legend as the lollipop-sucking, baby-loving New York detective known simply as “Kojak.”