About Here Come the Mummies
This incredibly tight and saucy nine-piece pop/funk band performs its unique, high-energy show with all the members dressed as Egyptian mummies. They interlock tasty James Brown/Justin Timberlake-type grooves with polished showmanship — while cloaked head to toe in stylishly tattered bandages that Lady Gaga could only envy. Strangely enough, the band's filthy, sand-covered shrouds don't stop the ladies from screaming and gyrating, proving undeniably that "Everybody loves a sexy mummy."
The members of the band swear on their mummy's grave that they are in fact 5,000-year old musicians who were cursed after deflowering a Pharaoh's daughter.
Of course, there's also a ridiculous rumor that the band is a group of Grammy-winning songwriters and session players who have to hide their appearance because of contractual issues. But come on — how plausible is that?
Every Here Come The Mummies' show unearths a blend of solid musicianship, theatrics, seriously deep grooves, and bawdy humor. It's a spectacle guaranteed to make you giggle like a schoolgirl, as each song is carefully crafted by these mystery men and laden with hilarious double entendres.