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The Great Lion of Judah is an Indie Rock band based out of New Jersey. The band started by Jameson as a way to connect the local community through outreach in New Jersey. Although, their currently is no set band, Jameson has a group of traveling musicians who are willing to play when available. 
They just released a new record titled "The Lion Has Roared," which was Produced and Engineered by Chris Badami at Portrait Recording Studios. You can listen to the first single off of the record called "Redeeming Love." The record was written and inspired after coming home from a missions trip. As the lead singer and songwriter of the band wrote: 
 "I just came home from a six month missions trip, and I needed to express what I saw and experienced in the U.S. as well as what was happening all over the world . I spent some time traveling around the United States, Costa Rica, China, and Thailand.
While I was stationed in Florida for three months I lived in an army tent with a community and began to write songs. It was a very humbling experience, and I was able to find myself in the process. I hope that the songs that I write can inspire you to find yourself, and give you hope and a purpose." ~Jameson Rucci 
You can listen or purchase the new record on all major platforms including i-Tunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, Deezer Music, Tik Tok, Soundcloud, Amazon, etc.. Please also check out the lyric video for Redeeming Love on their Youtube Channel or on the website. 

The Great Lion of Judah uses their music and platform as an opportunity to spread awareness for a greater cause. Human trafficking is a tragedy that occurs in the state of New Jersey, In the United States, as well as all around the World. 

For more information on what you can do to help please visit the End It Movement website at"Born out of the belief that even one person trapped in slavery is too many, #ENDITMOVEMENT is a coalition of the leading organizations in the world in the fight for freedom." (End It Movement Website)

We can all make a difference no matter how big or small it may be. 


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