If there's anything Houston is known for more than live music, it's food trucks. So leave it to Swedish trio Peter, Bjorn & John to combine the two. What else would you expect from a band named after a popular sandwich?
Seriously, it's hard to find decent food on tour. If Rocks Off came all the way from Sweden to play a show, we'd want something besides a deli tray from Kroger. As part of PB&J's "All You Can Eat Tour" - in which, as you can see above, they have thoughtfully depicted Texas as a big juicy raw steak - they're teaming up with Oh My! Pocket Pies to give away some filled pastries and stuff 4 p.m. this afternoon at Warehouse Live. (Burgers, fries and desserts are also available.)
Rocks Off supposes a "whistle-stop" tour would have been too obvious. Stay for the show, too. Houston's Oax is opening, and we hear good things. Seems like a mid-'90s, Sebadoh-ish indie-rock sort of thing. Here's a preview:
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