Aaron "Ab" Abernathy w/ band Nat Turner - Valentine's Day Show
Aaron "Ab" Abernathy w/ band Nat Turner
Feb 12, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Bohemian Caverns
Washington, DC
Ticket sales ended Feb 12, 2016 5:30 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Valentine's Day Weekend

Aaron "Ab" Abernathy - vocals/keys

Dinner and Show Package

Prix Fixe Menu
2 course meal
(choice of app or dessert w/ entree & glass of wine or champagne)
*price includes tax and gratuity

Arugula Salad
dried cranberry, crumbled feta cheese, and candied pecans

Winter Squash Soup
savory butternut squash with a touch of honey and cream

Grilled Salmon and Penne Pasta
mushrooms, sundried tomato, shaved parmesan, white wine cream sauce

Half Roasted Chicken
roasted rainbow potatoes, baby spinach

Warm Vegetable Salad
caramelized root vegetables, herbed brown rice and lentils, cumin yogurt, balsamic reduction

Warm Chocolate Cake
w/ whipped cream and candied walnuts

Salted Carmel Cheesecake
w/ whipped cream and raspberries
Aaron Abernathy, professionally known as AB, is a multi-talented entertainer - musician, singer, songwriter, and producer. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, AB comes from a long-line of historical pioneers including Civil Rights Leader, Rev. Ralph David Abernathy and student of the same high school music program as the late R&B great Gerald Levert.

AB's detailed-oriented passion for the craft is influenced heavily by the unstoppable showmanship of James Brown; the supreme vocal talents of Prince and Marvin Gaye; the inspired lyricism of Stevie Wonder; and the fearless originality of George Clinton.

His professional music pursuits began on the historical steps of Howard University, where he formed the band AB and The Souljourners and developed a buzz on the local DC music scene with the release of his self-produced debut album Lyrically Inclined 1.3: The Odyssey. After graduating from Howard, they embarked on a US Tour. The band's talent and showmanship style caught the eye of several artists, most notable Eric Roberson and Slum Village. Eric Roberson featured AB in NYC based showcases and on his 2009 single "Howard Girls." Slum Village hired AB to be their musical director from 2005-2010, revamping their performances from the traditional DJ and Emcee format to live band hip-hop experience. He also was featured on the single "Dance" from their 2010 album Villa Manifesto.

In 2009, AB transitioned his musical director talents to underground hip-hop heavyweight Black Milk. In addition to touring the US, Europe, and Australia with Black Milk, AB has been featured on his last three albums Tronic, A.O.T.Y., and No Poison No Paradise. Songs include: Reppin' For You, Oh Girl, and Parallels.

AB has also been spotted working with Grammy-nominated artists including Jack White, The Foreign Exchange, and Eric Roberson. more >>>
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