Vee Jay Records Reaches Settlement With The 4 Seasons May 15th

On May 15th, 1965, The Four Seasons announced they had reached a court settlement with Vee Jay Records, which would allow the group to record for Mercury Records.

The 4 Seasons stayed with Mercury Records but agreed to cut one final record for Vee Jay Records.

Vee Jay agreed to pay the band, and their producer, Bob Crewe, approximately $200,000 in partial settlement of past royalties.