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Mummies to haunt Clyde Theatre again

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Here Come the Mummies will be at The Clyde Theatre on Oct. 22.

Nick Braun

Whatzup Features Writer

Published August 3, 2022

After another outstanding performance at this year’s Three Rivers Festival, the mummified funk masterminds Here Come the Mummies will return to town aboard The Pyramid Scream Tour on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. 

This time around, the ancient artists will take their talents to the stage at The Clyde where they will melt faces with their cunning song-craft and unrelenting live show. 

This all-ages show will be general admission with tickets selling for $25, allowing more room for you to get down and funky. 

Opening the show will be everyone’s favorite hairy saxophone-playing friend, Saxsquatch

Tickets on sale at, by calling (800) 514-3849, The Clyde box office, all Wooden Nickel Records locations, Neat Neat Neat Records, and Sweetwater Sound. 

Troubadour Dale Watson coming to Brass Rail

A big shoutout to the Brass Rail as Tuesday, Oct. 22, they welcome Texas troubadour Dale Watson to town. 

Watson’s self-coined “Ameripolitan” genre is an amalgam of honky-tonk, rockabilly, Western swing, and outlaw music that carries on the tradition of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson. He has stayed true to that over his 40-plus-year career by ignoring trends and focusing on songs from heart and soul. 

Tattooed and always dressed to the nines, Watson is a true entertainer that will be sure to take folks at the Rail on one hell of a musical ride. 

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of show, and can be purchased via   

Roots & Boots Tour, Too Fighters visit Wabash

The Honeywell Center and Eagles Theatre in Wabash are already booking into 2023 with the recent additions of the Roots & Boots Tour and the Too Fighters.

The Roots & Boots Tour will roll through the Honeywell on Friday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m., and features Aaron Tippin, Sammy Kershaw, and Collin Raye, three voices that defined ’90s country music. Combined, the three have amassed more than 40 Top 10 radio hits and sold over 25 million albums. Now they will join forces for an explosive night of hits and will be a powerhouse country concert you won’t want to miss. 

The next evening, Jan. 28, the Too Fighters will perform at Eagles Theatre at 7:30 p.m. The band have paid homage to the legendary Foo Fighters for more than 10 years by recreating their sound, look, and electric stage presence. They frequently play festivals and venues around Chicago, performing Foo Fighters hits from every album spanning their career. 

Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday, Aug. 5, at 10 a.m. at, with Roots & Boots tickets starting at $49 and Too Fighters tickets starting at $25.

Screening, Q&A with Earth Girls actress

Famous Monster Pizza down in Decatur latest meet-and-greet with a film star will be Sunday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. 

While you are enjoying some pizza, there will be a screening of the 1998 film Earth Girls Are Easy starring Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, Jim Carrey, and Damon Wayans. The film also includes Julie Brown, who will be on hand for autographs, photos, and a question-and-answer following the film. 

Brown’s film credits include Bloody Birthday, Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment, Clueless, and Like Mike. From 1989 to 1992, Brown starred in MTV’s comedy/music video show Just Say Julie

The $30 tickets for this event can be purchased at    

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