Sam Riggs holds pop-up concert, will donate portion of profits to families of fallen first responders – About Your Online Magazine

WACO, TX – Texas singer-songwriter Sam Riggs held a pop-up show outside the Infamous Ink tattoo studio in Waco on Wednesday.

The band was promoting their new album, as well as recording the music video for their latest single, “Wasteland”.

“I feel like Waco, Texas, Waco Strong, man. They have always supported us a lot. They bought tickets, broadcast music, always come to show love, show their support. They have shown love and support for Infamous Ink over the years. It is an incredible city, and we are very happy to be here “, said the musician.

But the event was not just fun and games.

A portion of the money raised will be donated to the families of the first fallen respondents, and the band is matching the total.

“They are there for us, they are there to take care of us. I recently had an accident, a rollover accident, caught fire, and there were state police officers on the scene looking after everyone, the other family involved,” said Riggs. “Everyone was fine. Everyone left, but the police were there, police in general, day after day. At the end of the day, we have to promote the health, well-being and positivity of humanity.”

After the show, Riggs met with fans and signed some autographs.

The new album, entitled “Dark Sky”, is due to be released on May 14th.


Paula Fonseca