The Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania-based pop-punk trio Digger comprised singer/guitarist Chris Benner, bassist Matt Gregorac and drummer Mike “Maniac” Fisher. After arriving at the eye of California’s Hopeless Information in 1996 carrying out a live radio overall performance on WMUH-NJ, the music group inked a cope with the label and produced their debut the next year using the LP Powerbait. Rounds of touring occurred prior to the group came back in 1998 using the Promise of the Uncertain Long term; Monte Carlo made an appearance in early 2000. The EP Trainwreck was released in-may 2001, and Digger adopted up late another year using the full-length Keystone. In early 2003, the music group was pressured to cancel its countrywide tour to get the record when bassist Ben Stephens and guitarist Garrett Hoskins all of a sudden remaining to pursue additional passions; Benner and then-drummer Mike Kelly rather looked for substitutes. Tattoo Broken Hearts EP, including several live songs, arrived in Apr 2003 via Italy’s Wynona Information and immediately after Digger announced fresh users Warren Cooke (bass) and Tim Wright (acoustic guitar) becoming a member of on. Touring adopted, and even though some arbitrary fresh songs made an appearance online aswell, Digger officially announced its dissolution in the summertime of 2004.