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Charlie Calello

Real Name:Charles James Calello
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American arranger - producer - conductor - composer.

Born in Newark, New Jersey on August 24, 1938.
Started his career in the 50's along with Frankie Valli in The Four Lovers, first replacing Nick Massi on bass from 1965 to 1966, and then becoming the arranger for The Four Seasons later on.
After his stint in the The Four Seasons he became staff arranger/producer at Columbia Records.
Has worked with top artists and super stars like Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Al Kooper, Bruce Springsteen, Laura Nyro, Barbra Streisand, Engelbert Humperdinck, Ray Charles, Juice Newton, Janis Ian, Barry Manilow, etc.
He charted three times as a singer (as Charlie Calello Singers) and six times as a songwriter--all between 1963 and 1979. His top singing song was "When I Tell You That I Love You", which made it to #32 on the U.S. adult contemporary chart. His top songwriter song was "New Mexican Rose" by The Four Seasons in 1963 which reached #36 in the U.S.

Sites:charlescalello.com , Wikipedia , Imdb , adp.library.ucsb.edu
In Groups:The Charlie Calello Orchestra, The Charlie Calello Singers, The Four Lovers, The Four Seasons
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