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Cornbury Festival Battle of the Bands 2012

PUBLISHED: 16:52 22 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:05 20 February 2013

Cornbury Festival Battle of the Bands competition 2012.

Cornbury Festival Battle of the Bands competition 2012.

The Battle of the Bands took place recently at Chipping Norton School

CORNBURY FESTIVAL: June 29-July 1

The Battle of the Bands took place recently at Chipping Norton School.

The winner was judged by Hugh Phillimore, Tim Mountain (organiser of Commotion Festival near Kingham) and staff at Chipping Norton School. The winners now get to play at Cornbury Festival 2012.

The following bands came in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place and all will get to play at Cornbury Festival:

FIRST PLACE: The Reaper Floppy-haired Year 7s and 8s with their original songs.The local four-piece consists of Joey Kenny (vocals and guitar), Harry Winks (guitar), Joe Llandles (bass) and Callum Woodward (drums).

SECOND PLACE: Sam John and his Disciples - Funky Sam John with a backwards cap and his band played a funk cover.

THIRD PLACE: The Wayward Sisters. Three sisters from Chipping Norton School singing Pricetag by Jessie J, in Acapella!

Corbury Festival takes place this year from June 29 until July 1 at The Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire. Email: mail@cornburyfestival.com or visit http://www.cornburyfestival.com/

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