Jerusalem is a band which rendered a new meaning to the Christian music by giving a rock channel to it. The music they produced became a pioneer for Christian rock and young artist followed in the footsteps of Jerusalem. The band was formed in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1975 and continues to produce brilliant Christian hard rock music to the day. Jerusalem tickets for their live concert are not only a treat for the fans of the band but for anyone who wants to experience a live hard rock Christian music at its best.
The band started off with their targeted audience the youth. The music of the band comprises of inspirational lyrics and heavy music which primarily describes the relationship of the band with God. In the beginning, the band had to face controversies because of the new style of Christian music they had introduced and did not perform in a lot of churches. For at least three years, the band toured all over and was only after the touring that it was recognized by the recording companies. Jerusalem was signed first of all by Prim. The band released its debut album with the title of Jerusalem. The album was a hit and sold thousands of albums, considering how less exposure to this type of Christian music the music world was. The success of the album canceled all the expectations of its record company which expected it not to do a good business.
Ulf Christiansson, Anders Mossberg, Dan Tibell, Klas Anderhell, Peter Carlsohn, Reidar I. Paulsen and Michael Ulvsgard are the talented men who make up this amazing band Jerusalem. After the success of the first album, the touring of this Christian band became even more extensive, in and around Sweden. The second album of the band which came out in 1980 was titled Volym 2 and was also made into an English version which became popular internationally. After making it big in Europe, it was time to take the popularity to other continents. The work of Jerusalem was brought to United States and Canada after the American record labels brought their music to their country after watching the performance of the band in the Greenbelt Festival in England. The next album was released in Europe and USA in 1981. The album was titled, Kingsman (Warrior), and was a huge hit in both the continents, bringing the band to a series of US tours which continued over the many next years.
With the fourth studio album, Jerusalem tried experimenting making their rock music more melodic but the result was not to successful among the fans of the band. The band has two live albums and several compilation albums in addition to the studio albums titled, R.A.D, Those Were the Days, Prophet and Dancing on the Head of the Serpent. Out of these, Prophet is probably the most famous studio album of the band.
Jerusalem is a legendary Christian music band which has made this genre all the more better by adding rock to it and has attracted listeners on a large scale. Though the band took up some time in getting recognized, it became highly popular once it got its breakthrough and gave the Christian masses something to adore. Jerusalem tickets have attracted a high demand in sales since the time the band became popular. In spite of so many Christian bands in the music scene, Jerusalem has maintained a steady position among all and is one of the most sought after bands. The way the band managed to take the Christian music by storm in US was extraordinary and the spark still hasn’t died. The band has gained popularity not only in its native land but also among the Christians all over the world. Jerusalem tickets are a precious commodity when they come out in the market. So the next time this brilliant band is scheduled to perform at a venue near you, do make sure to grab some tickets to experience what good the concert holds!
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Currently the average price for Jerusalem tickets is $503. The date and location for this event is 7-Oct-18 at Chicago Symphony Center, Chicago. The minimum get-in price for Jerusalem tickets is $156.
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