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Diddly Squat Profile - Exhumed finalists
Brisbane band Diddly Squat are turning heads and wagging tongues, all in an attempt to garner votes and win the ABC's Exhumed People's Choice award.
Members of the Brisbane band Diddly Squat have gone all out to drive votes their way in the ABC TV Exhumed competition People's Choice category. (ABC Multiplatform:Emma Sykes)
Merrilyn Bowers, Ann Leung, Kath Ridgway, Chris Hall make up Diddly Squat, the four-piece cover band which took out the joint winner title at the ABC Exhumed Brisbane final.
Now they're on their way to fame and, well, perhaps not so much fortune as part of the band competition, which will be televised on the ABC later this year.
Playing on the parody of the AC/DC rock classic 'It's A Long Way To The Top', members of Diddly Squat have created a larger-than-life billboard to drive votes in the 'People's Choice' category their way.
Their new 'tour bus' is a two-door ute, decked out with a massive sausage roll, complete with smothering of tomato sauce.
Why the sausage roll?
"It's a long way to the top and we want the sausage roll," Ann says.
"We thought we could make this giant sausage roll to sit on the back of the ute."
The finished sausage roll, which is made out of paper mache, weighs 65.4 kilograms.
Merrilyn says the team used approximately 19 kilograms of flour to create the masterpiece.
Diddly Squat were one of two joint winners announced at 612 ABC Brisbane's finals night, putting them in the running to be chosen as one of James Valentine's top six and perform at the Exhumed grand final on December 12 in Sydney.
They also have the opportunity to feature at the grand final if they're successful in taking out the 'People's Choice' category.
Check out Diddly Squat performing live in the studio below and at the ABC Brisbane event at the Kedron Wavell Services Club.