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SAM RIGGS – “The only thing standing between you and what you want in life is air and opportunity. Take a deep breath and go get it.” His father’s words made a huge impression on Sam Riggs, and the Texas singer/songwriter is a relentless adventurer, a guy who pursues music, flying and mountain climbing with equal amounts of passion. This Austin based artist counts Garth Brooks, Foo Fighters, George Jones and Blink-182 among his influences. His music has become an essential piece of the red-dirt scene in Texas, though it’s earning a distinct spot in the national consciousness as well. To date, he’s racked up more than 2.2 million streams on Spotify and over 600,000 views on YouTube. A number of his singles hit the upper levels of the Texas charts and to top it off, Riggs picked up the Texas Regional Radio Award in 2016 for Top New Male Vocalist.
Friday, December 13 – House-band 8 pm | SAM RIGGS at 10:30 pm
KEVIN FOWLER –was born in Amarillo, Texas. His father introduced him to country music when he was a child and began piano lessons as a young child. When he was twenty, he realized that he wanted to seriously pursue a career in music and moved to Los Angeles to attend the Guitar Institute of Technology. For the next year, he learned how to play the guitar and began writing songs. He headed to Austin, Texas to concentrate on Texas Country Music. His debut album “Beer, Bait & Ammo” propelled his career. “Before Somebody Gets Hurt” hit #1 on the Texas Music Charts. He recorded an album “Live At Billy Bob’s” in 2002. This marks his 37th appearance at the World’s Largest Honky Tonk. His 2019 album “Barstool Stories” confirms the dream that Kevin Fowler keeps living, making great music and having fun doing it, while inviting the audience to do the same.
Friday, December 20 – House-band 8 pm | Triston Marez at 9:30 pm |KEVIN FOWLER at 10:30 pm
JOSH WEATHERS – is a Fort Worth based soulful singer songwriter. Josh has been performing at Billy Bob’s since 2011, and has developed a loyal following in his hometown and beyond with his high energy rock n’ soul live show. His fan base grew when a video of him singing the classic Dolly Parton hit “I Will Always Love You” went viral. People compare him to John Mellencamp, Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder.
Friday, December 27 – House-band 8 pm | JOSH WEATHERS at 10:30 pm