Jamon Abercrombie

About

Jamon Abercrombie has been leading worship since 1995, and continues to lead worship for Disciple Nows, camp events, retreats, worship events, festivals and more.

Modern influences of Chris Tomlin, Charlie Hall, Darius Rucker, Kristian Stanfill, Billy & Cindy Foote, Jon Shirley, Brad Paisley, Mike Chatman, David Crowder, Todd Agnew, Andrew Peterson, Bebo Norman, Caedmon’s Call, Zac Brown, Darrell Evans, Paul Baloche, Matt Redman, Mark Roach, Ted Burden, Lee Sisney and more have helped shape the unique modern-acoustic-rock-driven style that Jamon uses to bring energy and passion to each event; whether an all-contemporary, blended or all-traditional worship set.

Worship is our response, both personal and corporate, to God — for who He is! And what He has done! Expressed in and by the things we say, and the way we live.

In 1996, Abercrombie joined with a couple of friends while at Southwest Baptist University (Rayden Hollis and Rusty Gunn) to form a trio called ‘audience of One’. With two guitars and rich harmonies, the group quickly made a name for themselves throughout the mid & south west. Weekend retreats, disciple nows, festivals, concerts, coffeehouses, college campus events became the focus of the band, filling every date available. Based in Missouri the group reached to Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Illinois.

In the spring of 1998, Abercrombie left ‘audience of One’ to focus on his baseball career, and finish working towards his degree, while still doing events as a solo artist.

In 1999, Jamon’s wife Jennifer accepted a call to serve as youth minister at Macedonia Baptist Church in Springfield, Missouri. Continuing to lead worship in a solo capacity, Abercrombie began receiving more and more bookings for concerts and worship events, and enlisted the help of bassist Rob Selvidge.

In 2000, while on a mission trip in Cancun, Abercrombie hooked up with Clifton Felton and Scott McNew. After returning from Mexico, Felton and McNew (drums and electric guitar) joined Abercrombie and Selvidge to form ‘autumnSoul’.

autumnSoul continued to lead worship for Macedonia Baptist Church’s youth services, and began booking worship events, concerts, festivals, retreats, camps, coffeehouses, and more. For three years autumnSoul traveled from Springfield, MO throughout Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma, before moving to the Kansas City area.

Jamon led worship Wednesday night youth worship service at Nall Avenue Baptist Church in Prairie Village, Kansas, and for youth/college events throughout the midwest.

In April 2007, Jamon and family moved to the St. Louis metro where his wife took the position of Children’s Minister at FBC O’Fallon. Jamon became involved in leading worship for a new ministry in the St. Louis area called neXt, a next-generation bible study aimed at equipping next-generation leaders in reaching the next-generation for Christ; as well as filling in as Guest Worship Leader at FBC O’Fallon as well as other churches in the region.

December 2009 marked the return to Kansas City for the Abercrombie family. Jamon’s wife, Jennifer, is now the Director of Kid Ministries at First Baptist Church of Raytown. Jamon is now leading worship for services on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Thank you for your interest in Jamon Abercrombie Music & Worship. God bless!

Jamon Abercrombie’s travels include:
in Missouri: Springfield, Branson, Buffalo, Nixa, Ozark, Rolla, St. Louis, Columbia, Jefferson City, Kansas City, Raytown, Lee’s Summit, Clinton, West Plains, Ava, Collins, Camdenton, Osage Beach, Nevada, Kirksville, Maryville, St. Joseph, Joplin, Blue Springs, Harrisonville, Booneville, Pleasant Hill, Weston, Liberty, Mountain Grove, West Plains, Neosho, Marshfield, Lebanon, Willard, Rogersville, Wentzville, O’Fallon, Ellington, St. James, Ferguson, Fenton,
in Kansas: Iola, Kansas City, Prairie Village, Overland Park, Olathe, Wichita, Selina, Topeka, Pittsburg, Lawrence, Manhattan, Emporia,
in Oklahoma: Tulsa, Miami, Cushing, Oklahoma City, Stillwater, Davis, Lawton, Ada, Claremore, Shawnee, Norman, Broken Arrow, Bartlesville, Ardmore, Duncan, McAlester,
in Texas: Dallas, Austin, Amarillo, Lubbock, San Antonio, Houston,
in New Mexico: Artesia, Carlsbad, Roswell, Albuquerque, Clovis, Hobbs, Alamogordo,
in Tennessee: Memphis, Cordova, Germantown, Eads, Collierville, Nashville, Jackson,
in Alaska: Juneau, Ketchikan, Hoonah,
in Arkansas: Little Rock, Ft. Smith, Fayetteville, Clarksville, Gentry, Jonesboro, Searcy, Springdale, Eureka Springs, Mountain Home, Van Buren, Russellville,
in Colorado: Breckenridge, Denver, Dillon,
in Nebraska: Omaha,
in Washington: Seattle, Tacoma,
in Florida: Orlando, Daytona, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, St. Augustine,
in Arizona: Tuscon,
in Illinois: East St. Louis, Chicago, Springfield, Jacksonville,
in Mississippi: Southaven, Olive Branch, Biloxi, Jackson,
in Louisiana: New Orleans, Kenner,
in Belize: Belize City,
in Caribbean: Grand Turk, Nassau, Freeport, St. Thomas, San Juan,
in Canada: Victoria,
in Honduras: Roatan,
in Mexico: Cancun, Nogales, Playa del Carmen, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Progresso,
in Nicaragua: Leon, Managua, Trujillo,
in Puerto Rico: San Juan