Live and Unsigned faces Advertising Standards Agency probe over prize claims

Ipswich band Underline The Sky filed the complaint after winning the rock category, the BBC reports.

The group say they have not received the all-expenses paid trip to perform at a festival in India, a slot on the main stage at Birmingham's Hellfire Festival and a £1,500 amplifier.

Events director for Live and Unsigned organisers Future Music Chris Grayston conceded that the band did not receive the exact prizes advertised but told the BBC that this was due to events ...

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