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The Digs are a four piece country-psych-folk-rock band based in Los Angeles, California.

The Digs’ version of the song “Had to Run Around” is on the Emitt Rhodes tribute album entitled Long Time No See; A Tribute To Emitt Rhodes. Joining The Digs on the recording is Probyn Gregory of Brian Wilson’s band on trumpet, French horn and melodica.

The Digs’ version of the song “Is Yours Is Mine” is on the Gene Clark tribute album entitled The World Turns All Around Him; A Tribute to Gene Clark. Joining the band on this recording is Jason Falkner on organ and harmony vocal and Josh Schwartz (of Beachwood Sparks) on guitar.

The Digs established their MySpace page on January 21, 2005.

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A review of a recent live show by The Digs:

“Rounding out the musical portion of the evening sometime around midnight was The Digs, and I felt god-damned ashamed of all the idiots that just had to rush off to bed and couldn’t stick around for the last act … Top to bottom, The Digs are a professional act with Psychedelic, old-school country, folk and all around Americana roots. They gave us a flawless set and ended with something like a southern rock acid jam that lasted for several minutes, and sent bass guitarist Scott, one of the best bass guitarists the City of Los Angeles has ever turned out, atop his bass amp showing off what one can do with an intellectual insight into music theory and the soul of an artist — and finally compelling him to prod at the acoustic tiled ceiling with his guitar at the close.

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