Born Nicholas Macioci in Newark, New Jersey on September 19, 1927, Nick was the bass singer and bass guitarist
for the Four Seasons.
Nick played with several bands before joining the Four Lovers in 1959. After the group evolved into the Four Seasons, his was the memorable bass voice on such hits as "Sherry" ("why don't you come out"), "Big Girls Don't Cry" ("silly boy" and "silly girl") as well as "Walk Like A Man," "Dawn," and "Rag Doll" to name a few.
Nick had an incredible ear for harmony and he was responsible for most of the group's vocal arrangements.
He left the Four Seasons in 1965 and was temporarily replaced by Charles Calello who in turn was replaced by Joe Long.
Music wasn't Nick's only talent. He was also a terrific artist.
Sadly, he passed away in 2000.