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These days Briggs plays drums with Zack Walther in a band they call the Awe Hell’s.He also gives music lessons on various instruments, including guitar and drums.That's the plan, according to Karolyn Gephart, a member of the Friends of Downtown Friendswood Association.Even last year's cold rain couldn't dampen the enthusiasm of the crowd, which Gephart said was just under the first year's attendance of 3,000. "The founders decided that if they could have an event every year, have it in the downtown area and bring people in to have a good time, that would be a really good goal," Gephart said.If your hair isn’t long enough, William Edge stylists will give you a professional haircut for a donation to the Believing For Bryleigh Foundation.They will be cutting hair from 3 to about 6pm, so come out Sunday afternoon, June 8, to Billy’s Ice and support this great cause.Like any benefit concert, you never know who might show up to join in on the fun. The William Edge Salon joined the cause a few years ago and the results have been incredible.They not only cut your hair, they give each donor a professional haircut.
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"It was a cold day in March and even if wasn't quite what we wanted it to be, it did not dampen the spirit of FDFA," she said.
"People still showed up, and that's when we knew that this was going to continue." Organizers have seen online interest for the 2018 festival tickets sales earlier and stronger than previous years.
Good friend Justin Pickering helps with a lot of the details for the benefit and share’s the duties with Briggs.
At press time, these musicians were scheduled to play: Buster Jiggs, Mark Mc Kinney, Zack Walther, Scott Wiggins, Texas Renegade, Josh Grider, Drew Kennedy, Jeremy Halliburton, Whiskey Rodeo, Matt Easley, Stewart Mann, Poor J Brown, Tony Taylor and Seth James.