Jersey Rock

Hosted by Tom Hanley Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:30 pm

Rocking The Jersey Shore Festival in Seaside Heights Saturday 5/19!

Just six hours of practice is all it took for an Asbury Park Alternative Rock group to prepare for their debut show back in 2014.  Taking a cue from that experience, the band, formed by Gordon Sine, chose their name. A few years later, Just 6 Hours continues its evolution.  The Alt Rock outfit has a new lineup that, coincidentally, also only practiced for six hours before their first gig.

Just 6 Hours’ musical style draws influence from the likes of Nirvana, Green Day, Pierce The Veil, Black Sabbath and Metallica.  Their song-writing is inspired by life experience and the people around them. Personal involvement with their subject matter allows the band to produce deep, powerful songs that rock hard and carry a message.  

Just 6 Hours’ sophomore EP “Sober” is out now.  It’s a thoughtful effort that deals with the topic of addiction.  Check out the release now on the band’s soundcloud page!

Just 6 Hours will perform on The Hershey Motel Stage at The Jersey Shore Festival in Seaside Heights on Saturday 5/19 at approximately 4:00 pm.  The event goes from Friday 5/18 to Sunday 5/20 and features a number of venues and bands including Jersey Rock veterans Mind Riot, Wynward, Taylor Tote Band, Sell Yourself Short, Joshua Van Ness, Raftree, Stillphase, and Funeral Students.  There will also be food trucks, surfing and stand up paddle board lessons, motocross, BMX stunt shows, and more. All events are FREE!

Look for the Rat Pack on site all 3 days with you shot at tickets for 30 Seconds To Mars at The PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on 6/21!

Learn more about The Jersey Shore Festival at

Tune to Jersey Rock on 95.9 The Rat Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11:30 pm to hear cuts from Just 6 Hours’ “Sober” EP.  Singer Seth will call in to the show each night!

Stay on top of everything the band is doing at

Check out the video of Just 6 Hours’ EP release show at The Brighton Bar: