The Jaywalks (formerly known as 'Who's Ya Daddy') are a punk pop Australian band. In 2004, they were recognized by
Guinness World Recordsfor being the youngest group of musicians banned from commercial radio airplay for their song "I Like Fat Chicks". [Glenday, C. [Ed.] (2007) Guinness World Records 2007, p. 186.] [Mann, M. (2007) " [http://www.northernstar.com.au/localnews/storydisplay.cfm?storyid=3745982&thesection=localnews&thesubsection=&thesecondsubsection= Fat chance storms home] ", " [http://www.northernstar.com.au The Northern Star] " August 23, p.3.] [Dawson, J. (2006) " [http://www.echo.net.au/archives/21_08/pdf/p06.pdf Jaywalks pick up pocket rocket loot] ", " [http://www.echo.net.au Byron Echo Newspaper] " August 1.] At the time of the ban being announced, the average age of the three piece group was 12 years and 26 days. Ironically the banned song won a Dolphin Award for Best Pop Song in 2006. [Porteous, P. (2006). " [http://www.abc.net.au/northcoast/stories/s1760365.htm Beyond the red carpet at the Dolphin Awards] ", Australian Broadcasting Corporation October 11.]
* [http://www.myspace.com/thejaywalks The Jaywalks]
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