Digger formed in the Lehigh Valley in the mid–1990s and signed to Hopeless Records in 1996. The group recorded several albums for the label and toured widely until 2003, when the departure of the group's bassist and guitarist resulted in their canceling their tour to support the Keystone LP. After replacing the members, the group continued touring and recording up until the summer of 2004, when they disbanded.
Schlong added to 25 And Hopeless show line up
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Digger reunites, announces shows
Hopeless celebrates 15 years with new retrospective
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