Normally Rocks Off's first post of every week is our selections for the best shows happening in Houston for that given Monday through Thursday. This week we'd like to try something a little different.
Houston being what it is (a city we love, of course), the weekday live-music options can be somewhat limited. Recently Rocks Off has found ourselves filling up our weekly best-shows post with a few of the same recurring shows: Free Radicals at AvantGarden, Tianna Hall at Sambuca or John Egan at the Big Easy (Mondays); Little Joe Washington at Boondocks (Tuesdays); Paul Ramirez Band at the Continental Club (Wednesdays).
We encourage you to visit one or more of those gigs again this week if you're so inclined. We also pledge to work a few more local early-week recurring gigs into the best-shows soon. But just for this week, we're going to highlight one show, Scoremore's Jambalaya festival. Not only is it just about the only non-recurring gig in Houston between now and Thursday worth mentioning; we're not going to lie, we have a bunch of Jambalaya tickets to give away -- like a lot -- and we need to do it rather quickly.