Folk pop won the day for the Clifford Village Band who are now set to play their biggest gig to date thanks to a village talent contest.
The Leeds University students won the public vote at the Bramham We've Got Talent competition on Saturday.
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The group, who have already played a number of unusual places including a bed shop and tennis court, are now due to perform at the 2,000 capacity Limetree Festival in Ripon in August.
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Singer-songwriter Sam Murray, 20, said: "We are still in shock about it all really.
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"We didn't expect to win as everyone was really fantastic. Two thousand people – wow."
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Competition judges included Melvin Benn, the man behind Festival Republic which runs Leeds and Reading Festivals, Glastonbury and The Bill Chill.
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The panel had to pick the two top acts and then it was down to the audience to pick the overall winnner.
Melvin said: "On the (judging] panel it was an unanimous vote for you guys straight away."
Punk-metal outfit Blackout Retrospective from Wakefield were runners up in the competition.
The Candy Girls Scarcroft and Bardsey won the junior section for a polished dance set choreographed to Cristina Aguilera's Candyman song.
Bramham We've Got Talent raised 3,000 for a new village sports pavilion thanks to volunteers and supporters.
Annual fun run Give Us A Mile In Your Own Style is the sports and leisure association's next fundraiser in June.