The Three Diseased make surprise appearance at Brigg Music Club celebrations and take home awards
Renowned North Lincolnshire punk band The Diseased were honoured with lifetime achievement awards when Brigg Music Club celebrated its 15th anniversary with a special free show at the town's Britannia Inn.
Three members of the band that formed in the 1980s were presented with the surprise accolades.
The Diseased's appearances at past Brigg Music events packed the venue.
However, on the 15th anniversary party night three band members went along merely as spectators - until being asked to step back into the limelight for the presentations.
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The group's locally renowned hits in the days when they entertained at long-gone venues like Brigg Corn Exchange included PC Hill (a tribute to a Brigg policeman of the time) and I Spent £4.30(which was then enough for a round in Brigg Servicemen's Club where they were members).
The music club celebration attracted a good audience of people - from late teens to middle age.
Master of ceremonies, on-stage performer and one of the founders of the club, Councillor James Truepenny, a former Town Mayor of Brigg, said: "We have spent the last 15 years trying to give a birthplace to original music and to new acts. We also feel our best is yet to come."