Why See Crash Test Dummies?
The Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm 25th Anniversary Tour
Perhaps the only band in the history of 90s pop rock able to make a hit single chorus out of an onomatopoeic word, Canadian rock quintet Crash Test Dummies defied grammatical conventions with the success of their 1993 song 'Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm', becoming alt-rock icons in the platinum-certified process. Seven studio albums and two hiatuses later and the band are reuniting to celebrate the 25 years of their breakthrough offering God Shuffled His Feet on the 'Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm Anniversary Tour' this fall.
A chance not only to hear their defining single in all its oddball glory live, fans will also be able to hear tunes like 'Superman's Song' and 'The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead' when Brad Roberts and co. perform the album in its entirety. Fusing folk and blues elements with Robert's distinctive and deep baritone vocal style, as well as his unique way of pronouncing every syllable and off-the-wall lyrics that include words like 'phalanges', 'nomenclature' and 'bronchi', the veteran outfit has lost none of their wonderful weirdness, bringing a youthful sense of fun to their live shows.
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