9/13/14-Bob Crewe, prolific writer

todaySeptember 13, 2014


Bob CreweBob Crewe, the veteran singer, songwriter and producer who penned a string of hits for the Four Seasons, including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man” and “Rag Doll,” died Thursday at the age of 83. Crewe’s brother, Dan, confirmed the songwriter’s death to Rolling Stone. Crewe made an indelible impact on pop music, co-writing the ubiquitous “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” in 1967 for Frankie Valli (as well as “My Eyes Adored You”) and Labelle’s 1974 hit “Lady Marmalade” alongside tracks for Michel Jackson, Roberta Flack, Disco Tex and Peabo Bryson. He also scored an instrumental hit with The Bob Crew Generation: “Music to Watch Girls By.”

Written by: Barry Scott

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