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The Big Diggity


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When you sit back and listen to the neo-soul grooves of The Big Diggity, you are immersed in lyrical style and rhythmic collaborations. Ride, the group’s fall 2004 album, is an eclectic set of compositions that arouse deep emotion and sentiment. This Louisville band is all about balance: The music is a sweet mix of cutting-edge neo soul, a dash of hip-hop, a smattering of old-school jams, saucy vocals, and flavorful, flowing beats.

Band members are lead vocalist Lamont Conner, Mauriece Hamilton on saxophone, rap lyricist Mr. Theo, brothers Sherman (bass) and Nathan (guitar) Buschemeyer, Woody on keyboard, Jacob Englert on percussion, and Brian Lambert on drums.


Program 701

A visit to Owensboro to watch the international touring company of 42nd Street prepare for its Tokyo opening, Murray stonemason Russell Dawson, and the soulful sounds of Louisville band the Big Diggity. (#701)

Program 709

A visit to Owensboro to watch the international touring company of 42nd Street prepare for its Tokyo opening, Murray stonemason Russell Dawson, and the soulful sounds of Louisville band the Big Diggity. (#709)

Program 816

The Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, visual artists Victor Sweatt and Ron Thomas, and music from BALADNA and Big Diggity. (#816)





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