Nick Massi was a genuine person in the Four Months (performing on a number of the band’s biggest strikes, such as for example “Sherry,” “Big Women Don’t Cry,” “Walk Just like a Guy,” and “Rag Doll”), offering the bass vocal parts and supporting arrange the band’s brand vocal arrangements. Created Nicholas Macioci in Newark, NJ, on Sept 19, 1935, Massi honed his performing skills with many rings during his teenage years, before starting up with the fantastic Frankie Valli in an area band known as the Four Enthusiasts. By the first ’60s, the music group had transformed their name towards the Four Months and by merging doo wop vocals with unforgettable love tracks, the band liked an astounding 17 strikes within the Billboard Best 40, touring the globe along the way. Sick and tired of the hectic life-style by 1965, Massi remaining the music group. The music group was inducted in to the Stone Hall of Popularity in 1990 and 11 years down the road Xmas Eve, Massi succumbed to tumor in his hometown of Newark.