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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.
"It's a great asset for the community," said Carol Marcantel, president of the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce.
"The (festival) committee has worked hard over the last four years and they've done a great job of promoting our city and the downtown area." Tickets are for adults and free for children 12 and younger; VIP tickets also are available.
We have it in the summer, so we get cool short haircuts and then we start letting it grow again.
Today she remains the President of their Board of Directors. The hair collected by Locks of Love is used to make wigs for patients who have lost their hair to alopecia and cancer. Local musician Matt Briggs hosts the New Braunfels ‘Locks of Love’ benefit every year and it has become a true labor of love.
This year's musical lineup will include Roger Creager, Zane Williams, Bri Bagwell, Two Tons of Steel and Saints Eleven. They wanted to pull off organizing a music festival in March that would coincide with Texas Independence Day and include not only music, but games for the whole family and food vendors.
"These people did it, and it was amazing," Gephart said.
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 first Texas Music Fest, held in a parking lot of a shopping center at the corner of FM 518 and FM 2351, drew up to 3,000 people.