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New Jerusalem: "...little Zeppelinesque type stuff. I like that, myself!" - Pete Cummings, Radio Personality: KUPD, 97.9 FM, Tempe, AZ, USA.

Mission: To help fulfill Matthew 28:18-20 with Music & Preaching Ministry.

Vision: To reach over 10,000,000 souls with salvation in Jesus Christ.

NJ's music is for classic hard rock fans into Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, Whitesnake, Guns-n-Roses and The Black Crowes - but with positive lyrics, messages & vibes! Great for guys 25-55+ who like classic hard rock; kids 7-25 into rock-n-roll; gamers & trading card fans.



An official NJ Trading Card remains in the "Redemption" game. NJ music is used for the soundtrack in the game "Saints of Virtue". "Take Me Home" is featured in the Rick Schroeder film "What We Did That Night"/"Murder At Devil's Glen", also with Tara Reid. TMH hit #1 on AIR1. "Living In the Light" reached #11 on the Christian Loud chart. "Con Express", starring Sean Patrick Flanery & Arnold Vosloo, includes "Final Stand".

NJ film & tv info available @ IMDb - imdb.com/name/nm1538141

thurane's Singer-Songwriter music ministry is an acoustic guitar & tracks outreach for expressing the love of God & reaching both the churched & unchurched. "I actually began ministering as a soloist to launch New Jerusalem," says thurane, "I was searching for a vocalist who could create the sounds that I couldn't achieve vocally in New Jerusalem, which turned out to be Randy Householder."


Facebook - on.fb.me/m2lTY5




thurane & Dave Reeves of Neon Cross are developing new material, info:


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  • Oct 17, 1999
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