The Four C Notes

The Four C Notes

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The sounds of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons will be in the spotlight this New Year's Eve in Munster.

Theatre at the Center will present The Four C Notes in concert during a New Year's Eve celebration at the theater on Sunday.

John Michael Coppola, member and founder of The Four C Notes, said he's looking forward to bringing the holiday show to the theater. Coppola, who performed in a past Chicago cast of "Jersey Boys" brought his solo "A Jersey Voice" show to Munster a couple of years ago and said he enjoyed performing at the theater.

"I hoped we'd be asked back," Coppola said. The Four C Notes, which is considered the premier Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons tribute group in the nation, regularly performs around the Chicago area, the Midwest and other areas of the country.

Singer Coppola said he's long been interested in music and theater.

"I've been performing since I was six years old," he said, adding he's had many years of professional theatrical experience as well.

The Four C Notes will perform a 90-minute show starring a great deal of The Four Seasons' biggest hits from "Sherry" and "Rag Doll" to "Dawn" and "Candy Girl."

About the popularity of the iconic Four Seasons' songs, Coppola said "It's the music itself. It's very catchy and of course, the story lines in each of the songs are very relateable," he said.

Coppola said The Four Seasons, being a group of blue collar guys, appealed to an every day "blue collar audience."

The singer said he likes Theatre at the Center's intimate atmosphere. "You can see everyone's faces," he said about being on stage at TATC.

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Features reporter

Eloise writes about food and entertainment for The Times, subjects she has covered for over two decades in and around the Region. She was the youngest of eight children in a Chicago household filled with fantastic cooks and artists.