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Rocking The Jersey Rock Showcase at Jamian’s in Red Bank on 2/2!

Middletown Rockers Sunsets From Jupiter met in high school. After playing in a number of cover bands, Andrew Ahlborn, Tom Hicks and Clay Kunego began writing their own music.  They Added Danny Mitchinson to the lineup in early 2019 and never looked back. Playing a number of local venues, including The Legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, Sunsets From Jupiter is definitely aiming for the stars!

Speaking of aiming for the stars, Sunsets From Jupiter’s debut album “An Alien Feeling” is out now.  The 10-song LP draws influence from Radiohead, The Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age, David Bowie, and Pink Floyd.  Their sound straddles the genres of Grunge, Rock, and even Disco. You can score a copy now at sunsetsfromjupiter.com!

Sunsets From Jupiter will help kick off the 2020 Jersey Rock Showcase Series at Jamian’s in Red Bank on Thursday 2/20!  Joining them on the bill are Vendetta Rose, The Extensions, and Nick Ryan And The Mess. Doors are at 7:00 pm. Admission is free.  The show is ages 21+.

The Jersey Rock Showcase Series is made possible by Yuengling and Shorepoint Distributing.  Enjoy $3 Yuengling Lager drafts, $3 Yuengling Lager bottles, and $3 Yuengling Golden Pilsner bottles at Jamian’s on 2/20!  Learn more HERE!

Ahead of their performance at Jamian’s in Red Bank, Sunsets From Jupiter will rock The Stone Pony in Asbury Park in support of Lauren Gill on 2/26! Learn more at stoneponyonline.com!

Tune to Jersey Rock on 95.9 The Rat Thursday night at 11:30 to hear a great cut from Sunsets From Jupiter’s “An Alien Feeling” album.  Clay Kunego will call in to the show!

Learn more at sunsetsfromjupiter.com!

Check out Sunsets From Jupiter performing at The Light Of Day Winterfest at The Stone Pony!

Light of Day Winterfest 2020 at The Stone Pony

Asbury Park, New Jersey January 19, 2020 All songs written by Sunsets From Jupiter (Ahlborn, Hicks, Kunego) Except The Weekend (Modern Baseball) and The Man Who Sold the World (David Bowie)