Joe Colledge | Table For One

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Table For One

by Joe Colledge

This New Jersey singer-songwriter brings back some straightforward, old-school cool, Tom Petty-style pop/rock songs, with a modern flair and undeniable hooks.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Best You Ever Had
3:29 album only
2. Table For One
4:10 album only
3. Lost Again
3:05 album only
4. Burden
3:05 album only
5. Deep Into You
3:50 album only
6. King Of Ecstasy
4:01 album only
7. Losing Faith (Goodbye)
4:50 album only
8. Vacancy Sign
3:05 album only
9. Bring It On
2:47 album only
10. Playin' Around
4:08 album only
11. Gift Of Love
3:20 album only
12. American Girl
3:56 album only
13. Blue Sky Days
3:51 album only


Album Notes
In an area with more cover bands per square foot than perhaps anywhere else in America, Morristown New Jersey’s Joe Colledge is rapidly becoming one of the most popular and sought-after original artists in the Northern New Jersey music scene today. The secret to his success is a high-octane show and a winning set list, which features inspiring original material penned by the talented singer-songwriter.

His latest recording effort is the new LP, “Table For One”, which highlights his true songwriting talent, heartfelt vocals, and a collection of addictive rock songs with a taste of modern Americana. A follow-up to his 2005 self-produced demo CD, “Convent Station”, this masterfully-produced album features catchy and melodic songs such as “Playin’ Around”, “Deep Into You”, and title track, “Table For One”. Listeners will also find themselves pressing REPEAT to rockers like “Burden”, “Vacancy Sign”, and an energetic cover of Tom Petty’s classic cover hit, “American Girl”.

If you’re a fan of Tom Petty, Counting Crows, and Train, you’ll soon become a fanatic of Joe Colledge after owning this album. Recently named Northern Jersey’s “Best Male Vocalist” by Morris County's Daily Record readers, Joe has also received considerable radio and Podcast airplay. With a series of recent publishing deals, his songs are in high demand as they are attracting attention from major media companies such as Fox, Disney, and Warner Brothers for Film & TV placement.

Says Colledge, “I just want to write and produce great music that will touch as many people as possible. I’ll continue to write and perform and see how far I can take things.” Joe Colledge is proud to carry on the Garden State’s great tradition of rock and roll, and who knows – his name might someday appear right alongside Springsteen and Bon Jovi in the Jersey Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall Of Fame.

Purchase “Table For One” today and find out for yourself what all the buzz is about!

“I was compelled to work with Joe Colledge because the truth and immediacy of his music is rare among today’s singer-songwriters. Unlike most of today’s pop artists, he doesn’t fabricate an image based on marketability. With Joe, there is no faking it – he sings straight from the heart exposing his true emotions without apologies.”
- Anthony Vitale, Producer, President of OMS Records



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Jersey Joe

My favorite CD 0f 2007
This is one of those rare cds where every song is great along with some super production (without being too slick).I found myself singing along to the entire cd only after a few listens. If you are looking for a feel good type of CD....this is it. I sure hope this CD reaches the masses. It is by far my favorite indie CD of 2007. Yep - It's that good.

Xavier P. (for

Excellent adult rock CD
Joe Colledge’s engaging adult rock collection “Table For One” will keep listeners groovin’ from start to finish! Great vocals define the beauty of “Table For One” – Joe’s cool, smooth tone rings with heavy appeal! “Lost Again” flaunts some great instrumentation, incorporating the graceful sounds of harmonica leads and organ backdrops. Musical hooks seem to be Joe’s specialty – every song is laden with fresh hooks, making these tunes unforgettable. The heart-felt love ballad “Deep Into You” ventures into Joe’s serene acoustic side. “Loosing Faith” demonstrates Joe’s passionate vocals and his comfort with wearing his heart on his sleeve. Moreover, the lyrics of every song on this CD are sincere and skillfully written with poetic fervor, covering life experiences that we all can relate to. Finished with brilliant production defined by great quality, “Table For One” is one CD that music lovers should not do without! Fans of Tom Petty and Counting Crows, quickly find your seat at this “Table For One” – You don’t want to miss out on this audio adventure!


The songs on this CD take you on an emotional ride.....from the depths of despair in Losing Faith (Goodbye) to the fun, cockiness of King of Ecstacy! This is the CD that I can't wait to get back to when I get to listen to my music.
Great work and I highly recommend it to anyone!


You won't want it to end!
Music that gets you matter how young or old you are. Great songs that tell a story and keep playing over and over again in your mind! Upbeat! Makes you want to sing along!

Jersey Todd

Awesome Awesome Awesome

When was the last time that an album just stuck in your head? That's what's happened to me and this particular album. Joe does a fantastic job making "pop" songs that are fresh but yet surprisingly familiar. His choruses should come with a warning label, as they are more addictive than cigarettes.

I had heard (and played) some of the songs previously, but the entire album, as a whole, completely works for me. I am strongly encouraging you to get hooked on this album.