Tommy DeVito, an unique member of famed New Jersey group The Four Seasons, died of COVID-19 on September 21. The 92-year-old had been hospitalized with the virus earlier this month. DeVito’s buddy, actor Alfredo Nittoli, confirmed his dying on Facebook, writing: “My expensive buddy Tommy handed away in Las Vegas at 9:45 final night time with deep remorse I’m scripting this sitting in his lounge I used to be knowledgeable by his daughter Darcel there will probably be a service in New Jersey.”
Bobby Valli, the brother of The Four Seasons’ Frankie Valli, additionally confirmed DeVito’s dying:
DeVito and Frankie Valli carried out collectively from 1954 in The Four Lovers and The Variatones and based The Four Seasons collectively in 1960, alongside Bob Gaudio and Nick Massi. The years that adopted had been full of chart-topping songs like “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Rag Doll” and “Dawn (Go Away),” in response to their website’s bio. DeVito and the opposite founding members had been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
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