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New single released!

The Emperor Wears No Clothes

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Last Planet on the Left

THANK YOU: KVNF, WFUD, WIKX, WMKY,WMUD, WQBR, WXLV, RadioFreeAmerican, and Wildman Steve Radio

Last Planet on the Left further cements Digney Fignus's standing as one of the most complete and thought-provoking songwriters gracing the roots/Americana landscape. Lyrically positive and musically as brilliant as ever, these 12 songs have more hooks and lures than a fishing tackle box. IfLast Planet on the Left doesn't get you moving, check your pulse and see if you're still alive!"  

 - Reb Landers,The Alternate Root

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Harwich’s Digney Fignus Finds His Niche

Singer/Songwriter’s Latest Pokes Fun At Politics

As five men on stage do their best to imitate scowling Russians, a woman in a blond wig prances up, coffee cup in hand, and does a little dance around the leader as he pantomimes the opening line from the song filling the studio.

By: The Cape Cod Chronicle

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SILVER CIRCLES REVIEWS May11

Figtone Music, Last Planet on the Left

Like good wine, Dig has mellowed with age: his great voice is a little deeper now and maybe wiser and a little more authoritative, but just as expressive as always; he does weary, bitter, and affectionate especially well. This CD is alt/country with a bit of rock and reggae mixed in and all tunes are written by Dig Fig himself. The opening cut, “High Heeled Shoes,” with its cool harp and fiddle, has a real barnyard feel. “Someday” and the title song, “Last Planet on the Left,” with their great lap steel, takes it back home to Nashville. The ska in “Boom-Ba-Da-Da-Da Boom” is an uptempo delight, and the country blues piano in “Why Work?” is pure bar room. “She Should Have Known” and “The Reverend’s Daughter” are C&W weepers and “Crossed the Line” is great country/rock and may be the hit of the CD. The last cut, “Four Horsemen” is almost spiritual in its mood and delivery. This Dave Minehan-engineered project sounds better and better song after song. Mellencamp meets Buffet.

By: A.J. Wachtel



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