Erich Bergen, who played Bob Gaudio in "Jersey Boys," performs two shows at Feinstein's at the Nikko this weekend. (Courtesy Andrew Werner)

‘Jersey Boy’ Erich Bergen brings cabaret act to SF

Erich Bergen, best known for his role as Bob Gaudio of the Four Seasons in the blockbuster musical “Jersey Boys,” is looking forward to coming back to The City.

“This month marks exactly 10 years from when I landed in San Francisco for the first time, to launch the first national tour of ‘Jersey Boys.’ I was 20 years old and I had no clue what to expect. What I discovered was a city that I instantly fell in love with. It’s a magical place and it always fills my heart to come back.”

He brings his cabaret act — including show biz stories, songs and musical direction by Michael Orland of “American Idol” — to town for two performances this weekend.

The performer, currently appearing on the TV show “Madam Secretary” with Tea Leoni, offers more enticement: He says, “I’ve got some of the best musicians in town backing me up at Feinstein’s. If you hate me, at least come for them.”

He appears at 7 p.m. Nov. 5 and 3 p.m. Nov. 6 at Feinstein’s at the Nikko, 222 Mason St., S.F.; tickets are $65-$95.

Call (866) 663-1063 or visit www.feinsteinsatthenikko.com.

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