Can't miss King Khan, BBQ show's garage rock sound
The King Khan and BBQ Show is a two-man band from Montreal, Canada, that sounds like it’s made up of five members with its loud, heavy sound, which mixes punk and soul and drenches every live show in energy, according to its Myspace. Made up of love songs, punk songs and riot-inspiring songs, its music is comparable to The Velvet Underground, 13th Floor Elevators, Black Flag, The Falcons and Sam Cooke.
The band’s self-titled first album was released in the U.S. by Goner Records and in Europe by Hazelwood Records in 2005, according to allmusic.com. A second album, "What’s For Dinner?," came out in 2006 on In The Red Records, and the band went on an international tour. The band released "Animal Party" and "Invisible Girl" in 2009.
The band will play at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Norman Music Festival on the Main Stage.