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Everlasting Party

Here Come the Mummies

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I've Been MUMMIFIED

OMG...saw this band last nite in Nashville, TN. Seriously, was not ready for it to end! Shoulder to shoulder people...all eyes rivited on the Mummies. Energetic, entertaining, insanely gr8 songs and players (Horn section is just SICK MAN!)....what else could you want? Never in my life has a $5 cover bought me so much! ROCK ON MUMMIES! Go see them and BUY THIS MUSIC!

The Mummies Rock!

This is the coolest group in thousands of years! Their music is catchy, well played, with great lyrics. If you get a chance to see them live, go do it! They are all dressed as mummies, head-to-toe, and they perform live just as well as they do on their CDs.

Simply...Amazing

I saw them in Evansville Indiana. It was non stop once they got on stage. From their awesome entrance, to their last song, the whole place had a great time. Great original and creative music...A must have. Did I mention they really do dress like Mummies in their live shows? Awsome!

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

While there are plenty of funk bands alive and kicking in the United States, there's only one that's made up entirely of mummies, that being Nashville, Tennessee's Here Come the Mummies. Careful to keep their identities, pun intended, under wraps, the band perform their funk/R&B jams completely wrapped up while using aliases like Eddie Mummy, Bucking Blanco, and Mummy Cass. Though they rose from their collective graves in 2000, the group has had an impressive output, starting in 2002 with their...
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