AAA Records announce their Bad Influence award for 2022
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We’re onto the eighth day of the AAA Records annual Awards.
So far we’ve seen Jayden Hitchcock from EarsPeeled pick up the Award for Best live Event, Plastic Mermaids take the prize for Album of the Year, Dick Taylor was crowned Isle of Wight Music Legend, Silas Gregory named as Innovator of the Year, The Chesterfields were awarded Single of the Year for ‘Mr Wilson Goes To Norway’, Fox Rawding was honoured with Live Act of the Year and the amazing Platform One for Nigel Hayles Award for Services to Isle of Wight Music.
Bad Influence of 2022
Andy Barding from AAA Records explained,
“And our goldie lookin’ disc for the Island’s Bad Influence of 2022 goes to Grade 2!
“Our friends from Ryde have had a sensational year – full of touring, recording and generally setting a rocket off under the global punk rock and oi scene.
“Their last album, Graveyard Island, was a bona-fide smash. And they’ve got a newie to follow in February.
“We’ll next see the boys in action at their tenth anniversary show in Ryde in February. That’ll be amazing. Then they’re off on tour with – woah – Rancid.
“As well as their own headlining action. Global ambassadors for our Island, they are.
“Keep it up chaps! And thanks Jack for popping in for a chat and to pick up your richly deserved Award this week!”
Find out more
You can find out more about the band by visiting their Website, following them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube.
You can also listen to their music via Spotify.
Monday, 26th December, 2022 2:19pm
By Sally Perry
Filed under: Island-wide, Isle of Wight News, Music
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