PRLog - Feb. 27, 2014 - LOS ANGELES -- The band of brothers features Jesse Crosson, Kyle Crosson and Jaden Crosson from Vacaville, CA along with Jacob Gill and Connor Gill from Cobb, CA known as the band Cheating Daylight competed against 850 participants during the 2014 Artists In Music Awards which became in summer of 2013 and became one of only 30 artists to receive this prestigious honor.
Cheating Daylight shows off trophy at AIMA
The awards ceremony began when Cheating Daylight put on a stellar performance to kick off the star-studded event at the legendary Jon Lovitz Theatre (formerly B.B. Kings) inside Universal Citywalk in Hollywood. The band appeared on the Red Carpet in front of dozens of cameras along side Artist In Cinema recipient Christina DeRosa (Extreme Movie, Kings of Van Nuys), K.D. Aubert (Turning Point), Joe Torrey (The Power of Love), and Olden Polynice (Former NBA player for the Seattle Supersonics center).
Later in the evening, Cheating Daylight was invited back on the stage to receive the Rock Artist of the Year award. For the band of brothers, this award makes it their 10th accolade of their young careers. In 2013 alone, Cheating Daylight was awarded New Artist of the Year at the Malibu Music Awards, RAW Artist of the Year at RAWards in Los Angeles, Rock Single of the Year for “Road to Somewhere” at the 23th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards making them the youngest and most decorated independent rock/pop artist inside of just three years.
Cheating Daylight is currently in the studio working on their third album scheduled for release later this year. The band will be announcing a West Coast and National tour coming this spring. For more information, go to www.cheatingdaylight.com, www.facebook.com/
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