Exposé Online banner

Bill Mumy

Bill Mumy
Country
United States
Profile
Charles William Mumy Jr., best known as Bill Mumy, is an American actor and musician born February 1, 1954, in San Gabriel, California. After achieving fame as a child actor playing Will Robinson on Lost in Space, and being featured in a number of other movies and TV shows, starting in the early 70s, he formed a musical partnership with Robert Haimer known as Barnes & Barnes, recording novelty and avant-garde music. He has pursued a solo career and recorded and toured with a number of bands.
Website
http://www.billmumy.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (16)
Bill Mumy — Velour Bill Mumy — Velour
(Global Recording Artists, 2016, CD)
Bill Mumy — Ten Days Bill Mumy — Ten Days
(Global Recording Artists, 2015, CD)
Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin — Fish Drive Edsels Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin — Fish Drive Edsels
(Electric Phantom no#, 2012, CD / DL)
Bill Mumy — Illuminations Bill Mumy — Illuminations
(Global Recording Artists, 2012, CD)
Bill Mumy — Until the Big Bang Whimpers Bill Mumy — Until the Big Bang Whimpers
((Not on label) no#, 2011, CD)
Bill Mumy — Glorious in Defeat Bill Mumy — Glorious in Defeat
(Global Recording Artists, 2010, CD)
Bill Mumy — Carnival Sky Bill Mumy — Carnival Sky
(Global Recording Artists, 2009, CD)
Bill Mumy — Speechless Bill Mumy — Speechless
(Global Recording Artists, 2009, CD)
Bill Mumy — Circular Bill Mumy — Circular
(Global Recording Artists, 2008, CD)
Bill Mumy — Thank You Kindly Bill Mumy — Thank You Kindly
(Global Recording Artists, 2008, CD)
Bill Mumy — The Landlord or the Guest Bill Mumy — The Landlord or the Guest
(Global Recording Artists, 2007, CD)
Bill Mumy — With Big Ideas Bill Mumy — With Big Ideas
(Global Recording Artists, 2006, CD)
Bill Mumy — After Dreams Come True Bill Mumy — After Dreams Come True
(Global Recording Artists, 2001, CD)
Bill Mumy — Pandora's Box Bill Mumy — Pandora's Box
(Global Recording Artists, 2000, CD)
Bill Mumy — In the Current Bill Mumy — In the Current
(Renaissance RMED00199, 1999, CD)
Bill Mumy — Dying to Be Heard Bill Mumy — Dying to Be Heard
(Infinite Visions no#, 1997, CD)

Latest news

2020-07-22
Tim Smith RIP – Tim Smith, leader of the eccentric band Cardiacs, has died at the ago of 59 after many years of health problems. Cardiacs was known for intense and complicated music that combined punk energy with the rhythmic and harmonic sophistication of progressive rock. » Read more

2020-07-12
Judy Dyble RIP – Singer-songwriter Judy Dyble, who was a founding member of Fairport Convention and one of the distinctive voices of the 60s folk revival in Britain, has died at the age of 71. Her passing came at the end of a long illness, though which she continued to work. » Read more

2020-07-06
Ennio Morricone RIP – Famed composer Ennio Morricone has died at the age of 91. The creator of scores for more than 500 movies, some of his works have become the most recognizable sounds in the history of cinema. His soundtracks for Sergio Leone's Westerns made from 1964 to 1971, are iconic landmarks in film music, but he also composed for dramas, comedies, and other genres. He won the Academy Award for Best Original Score in 2016 for The Hateful Eight. » Read more

2020-06-14
Keith Tippett RIP – One of the giants of British jazz has left us. Keith Graham Tippetts, known professionally as Keith Tippett, died today at the age of 72. His work from the late 60s into the 70s and beyond includes some of the greatest jazz produced in the UK, and stands as an impressive oevre to this day. » Read more

2020-05-15
Phil May of The Pretty Things RIP – We were saddened to learn that Phil May, lead singer and founding member of The Pretty Things, has died at the age of 75. The band's 1968 album S.F. Sorrow is one of the enduring classics of the psychedelic era, and the group existed in various forms until finally retiring in 2018. » Read more


Previously in Exposé...

Surge - For the Time Being – Why is European mainland jazz ignored or worse yet, simply prejudiced as being lesser than US contemporaries? And does jazz have to be black to be good? These questions have been asked by reviewers...  (1998) » Read more

Amarok - Els Nostres Petits Amics – Hailing from the Basque country in northern Spain, Amarok is essentially keyboardist Robert Santamana and a rotating cast of other musicians on Spanish guitars, violin, oboe, and percussion, including...  (1994) » Read more

Swåp - Du Da – Swåp, you might recall, is the foursome of two Swedes – Carina Normansson (fiddle, vocals) and Ola Bläckström (fiddle) – and two Brits – Karen Tween (accordion) and...  (2006) » Read more

Cast - Beyond Reality – If anything, Cast are at least one of the best when it comes to promoting and marketing their music. A hundred "progressive" bands could learn a lot from the way they do things as...  (1997) » Read more

Various Artists - Czeching In – Well, well, well, I was as unprepared for this omnibus CD as one could be. Apart from Iva Bittová, Dunaj, and Už Jsme Doma, little other Czech rock music of a creative nature seemed to hit...  (1997) » Read more



Listen & discover



Print issues