Billy Briggs & X.I.T. Boys: Alarm Clock boogie Nov 13, 2010 | Hillbilly bop artists | 8 comments 8 Comments pier?cionki on 2010/12/08 at 03:30 Date Hello, I have browsed most of your posts. This post is probably where I got the most useful information for my research. Thanks for posting, maybe we can see more on this. Are you aware of any other websites on this subject the safe cig review on 2012/10/14 at 05:10 Just desire to say your article is as amazing. The clearness in your post is simply nice and that i can assume you are an expert on this subject. Fine with your permission allow me to grab your RSS feed to stay up to date with imminent post. Thank you a million and please carry on the enjoyable work. The White Noise App on 2014/02/26 at 11:58 I was finding out same things on different place. Finally get it from your blog site. So thanks for your post & hope to visit again for more valuable contents. B.K.Briggs Roberts on 2015/01/29 at 01:11 This is my daddy and he was Billy F. Briggs, Sr. Jr. is my brother. Half of these songs I never heard of. They were written before I was born, I guess. I miss you so much daddy! What a character you were!!!!! I love you! Betsy B.K.Briggs Roberts on 2015/01/29 at 01:17 My dad did not have a frustrated desire to play music in California. That’s a lie. He told me in l975 and l981 that he didn’t miss playing music for the public at all. He still played a regular guitar at home whenever he felt like it. B.K. Gene Jones on 2015/02/18 at 18:48 The name Billy Briggs takes me back in time to Amarillo, 1949-50. While Billy was at the Avalon I was playing steel with the Rogers Twins at the Star, my first full-time job with a professional band. Billy and his trio were a class act. D. B. Pippin on 2015/04/27 at 02:00 I met Billy Briggs in the mid 1940’s. He let me come into the station where he and the XIT Band were playing. I learned to sing his “Chew Tobacco Rag” and sang with him on the radio. He was a great guy. Larry Todd on 2015/06/11 at 17:13 I was a cameraman at KFDA TV in Amarillo when he and the boys played a program on Saturday afternoon. Fine men and a whole lot of fun. LT Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.