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The Mummers are a band based in the English seaside town of Brighton, centred on London-born singer/songwriter Raissa Khan-Panni, composer Mark Horwood before taking his own life in September 2009, producer/writer Paul Sandrone and co-producer/manager Alastair Cunningham

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Discography
    • 21 Studio albums
    • 22 Extended plays
  • 3 External links
  • 4 References

Biography

Khan-Panni, once better known as Raissa, is a singer whose origins include English, Chinese, Indian, and Mexican She was raised in the South London district of West Norwood, and as a child studied classical music, learning the piano and then oboe She spent her school-days busking in Leicester Square and later all over Europe, before returning to study music in Bristol In 2000 she enjoyed critical acclaim across the media spectrum, most notably with the album Believer released by Polydor Records and the single "How Long Do I Get" which was played extensively on UK radio stations

Despite the acclaim, by 2001 the solo projects were winding down and Khan-Panni returned to work, waitressing full-time in a Brixton restaurant She describes this period as "a time of having nothing again" when, after several years of excitement, she returned to the mundane and the ordinary However, she was still writing lyrics which began by documenting this period of her life but soon spun out to a fantasy world as her mind wandered while working

In September 2009 Mark Horwood took his own life The band states they intend to 'honour his spirit completely'

Discography

Studio albums

  • Tale to Tell 2009 – Big Bass Drum

Extended plays

  • Mink Hollow Road 2011 – Big Bass Drum

External links

  • Official Website
  • The Mummers at BBC Music

References

  1. ^interview in The Guardian
  2. ^ Paul Lester 2012 "The Mummers:'We're honouring his spirit completely'" The Guardian Retrieved 10 November 2014 

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