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The original Tony and Grammy winning star of Jersey Boys on stage and screen, John Lloyd Young, sings the Four Seasons and other giants of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Tony and Grammy Award winner John Lloyd Young originated the role of Frankie Valli in Broadway’s Tony Award winning Best Musical and international hit, Jersey Boys, going on to win the Lead Actor Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theatre World Awards, becoming the only American actor in history to win all four leading actor awards for a Broadway debut. Young made his West End debut, playing the role at London’s Piccadilly Theatre, and he re-created his award-winning Broadway turn onscreen for director Clint Eastwood in Warner Brothers’ film adaptation of Jersey Boys (2014)
Young played to sold-out crowds of 17,000-plus as Marius in Les Misérables at the Hollywood Bowl, was the first-ever guest star invited to appear on Fox-TV’s Golden Globe and Emmy-winning hit, “Glee;” guest starred opposite Michael Chiklis on CBS’ drama, “Vegas;” and played the title role in the family comedy film Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay! opposite Lainie Kazan. Mr. Young has played Carnegie Hall, the White House, Lincoln Center, New Year’s Eve in Times Square, Radio City Music Hall, the New York City Marathon, San Francisco’s Feinstein’s at the Nikko, Yankee Stadium, Dodgers Stadium, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, McCarter Theatre Center, New York’s Town Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and the National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Marvin Hamlisch.
Music Direction by Tommy Faragher
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John Lloyd Young has a disciplined one-in-a-million high tenor shading into falsetto that he can direct through the stratosphere…
Stephen Holden, New York Times
The theatrical find of the year.
Ben Brantley, New York Times
Mr. Young sings (classics) with such an angelic voice and flawless technique that even those who object to the idea of teeny-bopper pop in the shrine of the American songbook would have to give in.
The Wall Street Journal