Colossal Street Jam has had a year of extremes. With their guitar player Sal Marra battling Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, the band took a step back from recording and performing. As 2022 progressed one extreme shifted to another as brighter times appeared to be on the horizon. The high-powered jam band got back out playing shows and finished work on their new album “No Way To Live.” The release was celebrated with a special listening party at The Novins Planetarium in Toms River back in October.
Colossal Street Jam will close out 2022 knowing they accomplished much in the face of adversity. One of those accomplishments is the broadening of their performance territory. Long a staple of the New Jersey music scene, especially Red Bank, Colossal Street Jam has set their sights on New York City. Their next performance will be at Sony Hall in Times Square with Led Zeppelin tribute act Lez Zeppelin on Friday January 6.
Colossal Street Jam has a limited number of both seated and standing tickets available for the show. They are also planning a bus trip into Manhattan. You can score tickets and get a seat on the bus by messaging the band HERE. If the band runs out of tickets, you can score admission via ticketmaster. However we highly recommend reaching out to Colossal Street Jam first!
CD copies and limited edition vinyl of Colossal Street Jam’s upcoming album “No Way To Live” will be available in January. Learn more at colossalstreetjam.com.
Tune to Jersey Rock on 95.9 The Rat Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11:30 pm to hear cuts from Colossal Street Jam’s new album “No Way To Live.” Singer Gene Potts will call in to the show each night!