Digney Fignus | The Emperor Wears No Clothes

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The Emperor Wears No Clothes

by Digney Fignus

Americana singer/songwriter Digney Fignus delivers a contemporary piece of political satire that will tickle your funny bone and have you singing along before the end of the song!
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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Digney Fignus
Sculler's Jazz Club, Boston, MA, 3/8/11
CD Release Party "Last Planet on the Left"

It's Fat Tuesday and Dig and his band are ready to party. And for the next 2 hours they perform 25 original tunes spanning his career in front of a like-minded packed house. The set starts with the group marching through the crowd banging a drum and throwing out beads and then blazing through new songs "High Heeled Shoes", "Someday", "Why Work", "Giddyap", "Last Planet on the Left" and my favorite "Boom-Ba-Da-Da-Da-Boom", an up-tempo reggae composition. And this tight band is red hot! Digney on electric and acoustic guitar, fiddler Michelle Lambert, guitarist/lap Steel/mandolinist Chirs Leadbetter, drummer Russell Lane and bassist Wolf Ginandes are joined by Greg Hawkes Uke Trio member Tim Mann and their c&w/reggae/southern rock sound is sorta like Mellancamp meets Buffet with a bit of Charlie Daniels and Randy Newman thrown in. The 3 part harmonies are awesome and the less-spikey version of "The Girl With The Curious Hand" is superb. Dig Fig Lives. (A.J.Wachtel)



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