Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Calling all Astro Zombies, Misfits tribute band playing Halloween.

What better night than Halloween for a tribute to horror punk pioneers The Misfits?

Calling all Astro Zombies, Misfits tribute band playing Halloween.

What better night than Halloween for a tribute to horror punk pioneers The Misfits?

Drummer Chris Wilson of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, arranged the show to benefit West Philly’s People’s Emergency Center. He’ll perform Misfits tunes as TV Casualty with Ted Leo singing, Atom Goren of Atom & His Package and Brian Sokel of Franklin and AM/FM on guitar, and Andy Nelson of Paint it Black and Affirmitive Action Jackson on bass.

The Horror Business takes place Saturday with sets at 10:30 and midnight at Kung Fu Necktie (1250 N. Front) so be sure to ask Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight? Tix are $8 and to go Where Eagles Dare you must be 21+ for this Ghouls Night Out, so we’re afraid that you Teenagers from Mars will not be admitted.

We should warn you, they want your Skulls.
 

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