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Jimmy Abegg aka Jimmy A, is a guitarist, composer, director, photographer and artist, currently living in Nashville, Tennessee.

In the early 1980s, Abegg formed the pop-rock band Vector with Steve Griffith[?] and Charlie Peacock[?]. Abegg also toured and worked heavily with Peacock on his solo career.

In the early 1990s, Abegg began a solo career of his own, releasing two albums Entertaining Angels in 1991 and Secrets in 1994. Around the same time, he was also asked to be a part of Rich Mullins' all-star Ragamuffin Band.

In addition to his recording career, Abegg is also an artist and photographer, who has created album covers for a wide range of artists including Vector, Terry Scott Taylor, Michael W. Smith, This Train[?], Rich Mullins and others.

Abegg is also an accomplished video director, that has had a long running relationship with director/artist Steve Taylor and photographer Ben Pearson[?]. The trio has created a long list of music videos for artists like Taylor himself, Sixpence None The Richer, Fleming and John, Rich Mullins and others.


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