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Sun, Jan 12


Cape Cod Museum of Art

Digney Fignus Band - Sunday Afternoon Concert at the CCMoA

Singer/Songwriter Digney Fignus is renowned for his infectious melodies and energetic performances whether with his full band, as a trio, duo or soloist. Critic John Jones of No Depression magazine calls him hands down "The best Boston musician."

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Digney Fignus Band - Sunday Afternoon Concert at the CCMoA
Digney Fignus Band - Sunday Afternoon Concert at the CCMoA

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Jan 12, 2020, 2:30 PM

Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA


Digney Fignus - songwriter, lead singer, guitar, harmonica, and ukulele

Chris Leadbetter - guitars, mandolin, and lap steel

Tim Fiehler - bass

Dave Dillon - drums

Gary Urgonski -washboard and spoons

Award-winning singer/songwriter Digney Fignus, renowned for his infectious melodies and energetic performances, performs “a sophisticated blend of blues, folk, Cajun, and old-time music with a rock and roll heart.”  His songs have been featured on television and radio, and the band’s last three CDs have charted in the TOP 40 Americana and Roots Radio Charts, receiving international radio play.

Digney's big break came when he won the MTV basement tapes with his hit song and video "The Girl with the Curious Hand." This led to a release on Columbia Records that Digney co-produced with Leroy Radcliffe. Digney's latest CD, Last Planet on the Left, received national and international airplay spending a month in the TOP 40 on the National Americana Chart and reaching #6 on the International Roots/Rock Chart. Digney won the WZLX Boston Anthem contest with his song "Boston Town.” The song is featured on the CD Boston Town which was nominated for Record of the Year by the Mass Country Music Awards Association.  

His CDs Trouble on the Levee and Talk of the Town each scored high on NPR, Americana, Roots Rock, and College Charts.  Digney’s song "Party Down in Hell" was featured on Jerry Bruckheimer's show "Eleventh Hour" on CBS.  His song “Gumbo” was used on NBC’s Today Show, and “Boudreaux” was runner-up for Best Americana Song by the Just Plain Folks Awards.

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