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What does TMMB stand for?

TMMB stands for The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (band)

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During the encore, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones joined the Dropkick Murphys for the Jonathan Papelbon-endorsed, Woody Guthrie poem set to music, "I'm Shipping Up to Boston," while Barr, who was wearing a Brian Johnson-inspired cap throughout the evening, belted AC/DC's "TNT" as the evening's ender.
Necktie Killer cites as influences such third-wave ska bands as Reel Big Fish, Mad Caddies, Sublime and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
Then the swing craze hit, everyone forgot about ska, and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones were soon relegated to the independent-label sidelines again.
HHHHH THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES LET'S FACE IT (Mercury) This raucous, eight-piece band from Boston have been pushing their own brand of ska and metal for over 10 years - think Madness meets Megadeth, via The Damned.
What's unique about ska is that a host of young West Coast bands have wrought its newest incarnation, from the Jamaican mento adaptation of American R&B (Desmond Dekker, Jimmy Cliff, The Skatalites, The Wailers, The Maytals) to the British punk/ska explosion of the late '70s (The Specials, The English Beat, Madness, UB40) to the third wave of the early '90s (The Toasters, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Fishbone).