October 26, 2008

Coming Soon – The Fourth Season Old Neighborhood Tour

October 26th, 2008

By Audrey Rockman, Tour Coordinator

On Sunday, November 9, the Four Seasons Old Neighborhood Tour will, once again, be gathering up fans and hitting the road. You’ll recall that the first inaugural tour, with a reporter in tow, was in the winter- a snowy weekend in February that saw participants from all over the country.

The second tour, with cable television coverage (and several repeat tourists) on hand, was in the spring when we traveled up to Bergenfield for the first time to see the home where Bob Gaudio wrote “Sherry” and the school yard where Gaudio was interviewed for “CBS Sunday Morning.”

In July, just a month after the Four Seasons Lane dedication that gathered children from each of the four original Seasons, we embarked on our summer tour. After visiting with Bob Massi at Yesterday’s Treasures, we were on our way and able to include a new stop in Union at the former home of Charlie Calello to see inside a specially built rehearsal room for the group.

Each time the tour runs, there are new features, sights and information. You can use the search option here on the JB Blog and read the half dozen articles which have covered these unique tours or you can email me right away to get registered and experience the rich sights and sounds of the early Four Seasons for yourself: [email protected]!


  1. this 4th installment of the bus tour should be even better with new stops and bob massi to meet and greet seasons fans and talk about his dad , the late great nick massi.

    Comment by jim petrecca — October 31, 2008 @ 5:49 pm

  2. Sorry I’ll have to miss this one, Audrey; I’ll need to be abroad for business on November 9. The prior two tours were indeed enlightening, with not only Bob Massi and Jim Petrecca, but also with 4 Seasons and Frankie Valli historian, Walt Gollender and so, so many familiar faces. I’m sure it’ll be great.

    Comment by Howard Tucker — October 31, 2008 @ 9:22 pm

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