Four student bands from Knox Grammar School this week vied for rock glory in front of 1,500 of their peers in the annual Knox Battle of the Bands competition.
The competition was won by Amish Tech Support (Alex Stone, Harry Hemmings, Callum Thornton, Nick Roberts, Matt Tuttiett).
Judged 'best overall' for their impressive performance of My Chemical Romance’s I Don't Love You and their original song, Smoking Gun, the
band took home the first prize of a free recording session at Sony Music Studios as well as gift packs from Turramurra Music.
As well as having judges from Sony Music, the event included a professional audio-visual setup with large projection screens and the live recording of
performances by the boys. This was all run and operated by students from the Knox Tech Crew.
In other music news, last week Knox Year 12 student David Taylor finished as the top solo act in NSW and fourth overall at the National Youth Week ‘Youth
Rock’ event at Sutherland Entertainment Centre.