Fri Aug 13 2021

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley

818 3rd Ave. S Nashville, TN 37210

$20.00

All Ages

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Given the choice, Sam Riggs would take skydiving over watching movies on any given Sunday. That sense of daring is a key element in his brand of country, a rock-infused sound with a chip on its sonic shoulder from a guy who counts Garth Brooks, Foo Fighters, Eric Church and A Day To Remember are among his influences.

A St. Cloud, Florida, native, Riggs’ career took off after he set welding aside and quit college in a series of events he calls “the ultimate gamble.” His risky nature and rebel spirit show through in the music, and that no-fear approach to life is quickly setting him apart. “I need to push it to the edge,” he says. “I don’t know how to be any other way.” A growing audience has found him. To date, Riggs has racked up nearly 30 million streams on Spotify, 7.82 million views on YouTube and 30 thousand subscribers. A number of his singles hit the upper levels of the Texas charts, including the showstopper “Hold On And Let Go,” the thumping concert re-creation “High On A Country Song” and his vulnerable “Second Hand Smoke.” After signing a publishing deal with Major Bob Music in February 2019 and releasing the next evolution of his sound entitled, “Love & Panic” in June, Riggs and his team are cutting new music and focusing on securing a major label record deal in Nashville while he continues to tour the country.

Sam Riggs

  • Sam Riggs

    Sam Riggs

    Country

    iven the choice, Sam Riggs would take skydiving over watching movies on any given Sunday. That sense of daring is a key element in his brand of country, a rock-infused sound with a chip on its sonic shoulder from a guy who counts Garth Brooks, Foo Fighters, George Jones and Blink-182 among his influences.
    A growing audience has found him. To date, Riggs has 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, including the ultra-country “Hold On And Let Go,” the thumping concert re-creation “High On A Country Song” and his vulnerable “Second Hand Smoke.” To top it off, Riggs picked up the Texas Regional Radio Award in 2016 for Top New Male Vocalist. Riggs’ music is making waves nationally, too – the 2016 indie release Breathless debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.
    A St. Cloud, Florida, native, Riggs’ career took off after he set welding aside and quit college in a series of events he calls “the ultimate gamble.” His risky nature and rebel spirit show through in the music, and that no-fear approach to life is quickly setting him apart.

    "I need to push it to the edge,” he says. “I don’t know how to be any other way."

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Sam Riggs

Fri Aug 13 2021 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley Nashville TN
Sam Riggs

$20.00 All Ages

Given the choice, Sam Riggs would take skydiving over watching movies on any given Sunday. That sense of daring is a key element in his brand of country, a rock-infused sound with a chip on its sonic shoulder from a guy who counts Garth Brooks, Foo Fighters, Eric Church and A Day To Remember are among his influences.

A St. Cloud, Florida, native, Riggs’ career took off after he set welding aside and quit college in a series of events he calls “the ultimate gamble.” His risky nature and rebel spirit show through in the music, and that no-fear approach to life is quickly setting him apart. “I need to push it to the edge,” he says. “I don’t know how to be any other way.” A growing audience has found him. To date, Riggs has racked up nearly 30 million streams on Spotify, 7.82 million views on YouTube and 30 thousand subscribers. A number of his singles hit the upper levels of the Texas charts, including the showstopper “Hold On And Let Go,” the thumping concert re-creation “High On A Country Song” and his vulnerable “Second Hand Smoke.” After signing a publishing deal with Major Bob Music in February 2019 and releasing the next evolution of his sound entitled, “Love & Panic” in June, Riggs and his team are cutting new music and focusing on securing a major label record deal in Nashville while he continues to tour the country.

Sam Riggs

Sam Riggs

Country

iven the choice, Sam Riggs would take skydiving over watching movies on any given Sunday. That sense of daring is a key element in his brand of country, a rock-infused sound with a chip on its sonic shoulder from a guy who counts Garth Brooks, Foo Fighters, George Jones and Blink-182 among his influences.
A growing audience has found him. To date, Riggs has 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, including the ultra-country “Hold On And Let Go,” the thumping concert re-creation “High On A Country Song” and his vulnerable “Second Hand Smoke.” To top it off, Riggs picked up the Texas Regional Radio Award in 2016 for Top New Male Vocalist. Riggs’ music is making waves nationally, too – the 2016 indie release Breathless debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.
A St. Cloud, Florida, native, Riggs’ career took off after he set welding aside and quit college in a series of events he calls “the ultimate gamble.” His risky nature and rebel spirit show through in the music, and that no-fear approach to life is quickly setting him apart.

"I need to push it to the edge,” he says. “I don’t know how to be any other way."

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