Sam Riggs

Sam Riggs
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With the passion and devotion Sam Riggs and The Night People bring to the stage, it`s no wonder the Texas Country music scene is quickly making room for one of the best acts to ever sweep across the region. From Austin, Texas, Sam and his band have been working the stages and crowds since the fall of 2010, with the release of his debut EP Hairpin Trigger Heart, which garnered attention from Lonestar Music and radio stations everywhere. Equally skilled as a headlining and opening act, the band is now looking to step into the shoes of their predecessors, and the venues they perform in. Their second EP, Lighthouse was released in August 2012 with both single releases charting on the Texas Music Chart and Texas Regional Radio Report. They are now working harder than ever to develop their ever-increasing fan base, having shared the stage with the likes of Joe Diffie, Randy Rogers Band, Eli Young Band, Pat Green, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Aaron Watson, Cory Morrow, and Casey Donahew among others, Sam and his band have learned from the best and continue to build the their own original sound. With the momentum and determination that radiates from this band, combined with their hard-hitting live show and soul-searching lyrics, Sam Riggs and The Night People are steadily becoming a sound to be reckoned with in the Texas and national scene.

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Average Rating : 5              Total Reviews: 1

Sam Riggs  10/29/2013            
This is definitely a record that everyone should own. The individual compositions are well thought out and the songs are written beautifully. As a whole, the record just sounds good. Every song embeds itself in your brain and never leaves. I find myself randomly singing these tunes throughout my day. Do yourself a favor and buy this album. Also, check out the band live. They have a high energy set that won't disappoint.
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