Here Come the Mummies

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Not to be confused with The Mummies.
Here Come the Mummies
Origin Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Genres Funk, Rock, Blues, Hard Rock, Ska
Years active 2000–present
Labels Sphinxter Records [1]

Here Come the Mummies is a funk band, best known for its live performances. It consists of various professional musicians based in Nashville, Tennessee. There are rumored to be several Grammy awards among the members,[2] though this is difficult to verify, as the identities of band members are kept "under wraps." Members are believed to be under contract to various record labels, hiding their identities so as to prevent contract disputes while performing.[3] They have performed at venues primarily in the South and Midwest of the United States.




Current members of the band are:

  • Mummy Cass - Guitar, Lead vocals: Mummy Cass(annova)
  • Java Mummy - Percussion, Vocals: Java (born 1974 B.C. as J Mummy Love)
  • Eddie Mummy - Drums, Vocals
  • Spaz Mummy - Keyboards
  • K.W. Tut - Bass, Vocals: K.W. 'Big Bomb' Tut
  • Mummy Rah - Tenor Sax
  • The Flu - Baritone Sax
  • Midnight Mummy - Baritone Sax
  • The Pole - Bass
  • B.B. Queen - Trumpet


On June 5, 2012 Here Come The Mummies announced via their web site that Oozie Mummy would no longer be performing with the band.[5]

  • Oozie Mummy - Trumpet, Vocals
  • Teste Verde - Trumpet
  • Bucking Blanco - Trumpet
  • Ramses Mummy - Bass
  • Hoser - Saxophone


Studio albums[edit]

  • Terrifying Funk from Beyond the Grave (2002)
  • Everlasting Party (2003)
  • Single Entendre (2008)
  • Carnal Carnival (2010)
  • Bed, Bath & Behind (2011)
  • Introducing the Tiny Tuts (2012)
  • Cryptic (2013)


  • A La Mode (2014)
  • Pull It Off (2014)
  • Shocker (2014)
  • MuertoDiesel (2014)

Live albums[edit]

  • Undead Live (2009)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Hits & Mrs. (2012)
  • CuriosiTease Volume 1 (2013)


  • Bob And Tom Dead Air Disc 2 (2009)[6]
  • Fired Up! Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2009)[7][8]


The band's song "Dirty Minds" has been featured on the television shows Big Shots, The Loop, and Scrubs, as well as the movie Fired Up!, also appearing on the Fired Up! official soundtrack.

In 2009 and again in 2010 the band played on the Bob and Tom morning show. They have since become one of the show's favorite musical guests.[9]


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