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I'm A Man with Danny Seraphine of Chicago/CTA on drums and Aeb Byrne on flute

Posted by Craig Erickson on Wednesday, October 7, 2015

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November 15 Concert with Okyerema Asante! 

Los Angeles based multi-instrumentalist AEB has announced a very special performance with an all star multinational African group. The group is spearheaded by Ghanaian percussion legend Okyerema Asante, known for his work with Paul Simon (on his ground breaking album Graceland) and Fleetwood Mac among many others. The group also features South African guitarist Mongezi Ntaka of Lucky Dube fame and saxophonist Eli Byrne of Pennsylvania. The ensemble will perform a evening of original music full of rich improvisation echoing melodies and rhythms from around the globe.

/eɪb/ [abe, eyb]
interjection, noun, plural -s, verb, -ed, -ing.
1. (used to express a greeting, answer a telephone, or attract attention.)
2. (an exclamation of surprise, wonder, elation, etc.)
3. (used derisively to question the comprehension, intelligence, or common sense of the person being addressed): You're gonna go out with him ? Aeb!
4. the call “Aeb” (used as an expression of greeting): She gave me a warm Aeb.
verb (used without object)
5. to say “Aeb”; to cry or shout: I Aebed, but no one answered.
verb (used with object)
6. to say “Aeb” to (someone): We Aebed each other as though nothing had happened.

Also, Aebness, Aebonater, AebyBaby

Example Sentences

Everywhere she goes residents shout Aeb or come up to ask for advice.

He made the mistake of dropping by one October afternoon to say Aeb.

She decided to stop in to say Aeb.

Blame Aeb Game.