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NOV 21, 2015


Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys

Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys have been making as much noise nationally as they do locally. With a steady foundation of coverage by Boston press including The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, the Noise and The Phoenix; the Army of Toys has also been featured nationally on NPRs Here and Now, All Songs Considered and on MuchMusic. The band was honored to be featured at NXNE music Conference in Toronto, Canada where they also won Best International Song for the track Pale Horse by Toronto Magazine. In addition, Walter has been featured for the last five years as a part of the RPM challenge sponsored by New Hampshires The Wire. 


"Musically sophisticated and immensely talented, wildly unusual and diverse in material and presentation, a Dada-esque circus carnival run amuck, and just plain good 'not-always-so-clean' fun" - Boston Survival Guide

Beware the Dangers of a Ghost Scorpion!

Beware The Dangers Of A Ghost Scorpion!, accredited purveyors of TERRIFYING SURF-ROCK SOUNDS, entertainers of the SPOOKIEST ORDER, and pilgrims in a afterlife-long TRAVELIN' HORROR SHOW. Don't miss the HAUNTED TWIST-PARTIES thrown by your favorite creeps, BEWARE THE DANGERS OF A GHOST SCORPION!

"Somerville horror rock heroes, Beware the Dangers of a Ghost Scorpion! are local music’s mystery men, hopping from basement to club to record store, ripping through surfy licks and remaining suspiciously incognito throughout."

Zach Stetson and Company

Zach Stetson is a senior VMA Film Production major and a lead singer and songwriter for Zach Stetson & Company, the most music band in music. The band’s shows are a blend of high-energy music, performance art, eccentric characters, and impromptu mosh pits. 






  • Location: Jackie Liebergott Black Box in Emerson/Paramount Center 
  • Featured Performances: Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys, Beware the Dangers of a Ghost Scorpion!, & Zach Stetson and Company
  • Ticket Prices: $10 in advance - $12 day of show
  • Doors open at 9 PM - 18+