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Singer-guitarist Matt Riggle co-founded the pop-punk trio Ed Banky's Car with his late brother, Bobby, in 1993. After the unexpected loss of his brother, Riggle joined the already established power-pop group, The Fitz, in 1998, but by the end of the year, the flame had gone out and a yearlong break ensued.
In the fall of 1999, Riggle went to Deedle's Room Recording, the low key, but not low end studio owned and operated by Deedle LaCour, previously of Kid Tested, The Indigints and The Briefing Room. The two discussed starting another band, one that could pick up and carry on where Ed Banky's Car had left off. Upon leaving the studio, Riggle had acquired a new guitarist and a newly mixed demo that would turn out to be the first batch of 41GB songs and the first of many LaCour-Riggle productions. Drawing more from the Kid Tested pool, Matt Morris and Matt Pittman joined 41 GB. Morris, fresh from an 8-month tour with punk band Squad Five-O, willingly stepped in as drummer. Pittman took charge of bass duties until Tanner Leaser replaced him in 2002 when Pittman’s other job, guitarist for Red Animal War, became full-time.
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