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Here Come the Mummies…again!

Where: The Blue Note
When: Saturday, March 18. Doors 7:30 | Show 8:30
Tickets: $21.50 advance | $24 day of show
Opener: Hound Sounds

Get ready CoMo, Here Come the Mummies are coming to get funky for a special St. Paddy’s party this Saturday. This isn’t the first time Here Come the Mummies have graced the stage, it’s the third time they’re playing for us this year! Is it obvious we can’t get enough of them? Now, a look back onto some of HCTM best moments onstage in Columbia…

1. March 24, 2016

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HCTM brought their brand of “terrifying funk from beyond the grave” to our stage for the first of their three 2016 concerts at The Note. Their sound has been described as a cross between Fitz & the Tantrums and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones. This particular show highlighted how fun their indoor shows thanks to their killer production.

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2. 9th Street Summerfest 2016

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Here Come the Mummies were just one of the amazing acts that headlined in our Summerfest series last summer. Even in the extreme heat, these mysterious guys donned their full mummy disguises and took the time to meet a few fans after the show.

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This could be you!

3. This Saturday!

These guys are sure to put on an energetic show in the spirit of continuing St. Paddy’s Day celebrations. Don’t miss one of the most unique groups around and come with a little extra cash because their merch is to die for. (Har har har.)

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Also be sure to check out the opening band Hound Sounds coming to us from St. Louis!


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2016 in one infographic

There are 365 days in a year and between The Blue Note and Rose Music Hall, we had 552 total events this year! Thanks for loving live music as much as we do, CoMo. It’s been a great year!

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Kacey Musgraves lights up Summerfest

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A tinsel foil fringe curtain reflected the light from neon pink and green colored cacti to illuminate 9th Street during the second Summerfest of the season on Saturday, April 30. Kacey Musgraves took the stage with band members clad in matching hot pink suits with sparkling seams and cowboy hats.

The Katy Perry reminiscent stage set couldn’t have fit better with beauty pageant theme of the country singer/songwriter’s most recent album, Pageant Material. Concert-goes of all ages packed the street to see Musgraves perform, wearing everything from cowboy boots to tiaras to shirts with the word “Biscuits” across the front. She of course played “Biscuits,” along with her other hits like “Blowin’ Smoke” and “Follow Your Arrow.” In addition to the songs off her album, I found myself singing along to her cover of TLC’s “No Scrubs” and struggling to keep up as she rattled off the names of cities in “I’ve Been Everywhere.”

The show, which had been threatened earlier in the day by weather forecasts calling for storms and heavy rain, ended with clear skies and a cool breeze as people made their way home and employees restored 9th Street back to normal, ready to be transformed again for the next Summerfest on Friday, May 20.

This post was written by Cameron Evans, contributing writer for The Blue Note and Rose.