The Bad Influence is a country rock band from Port Hedland WA. They are an indigenous group with members from all over WA who have come together to play country music but also rock'n roll with The Bad Influence twist.
The Bad Influence has a diverse group of members ranging from all parts of Western Australia. Two of their members residing in Port Hedland and the other two down south in Perth and Quairading. The band have and were supporting artist such as Brad Hall through his music career.
They have played on big stages such as the Australia Day Survival Concert, the opening of the North West Festival and Port Hedland’s Nindji Nindji festival were they played before Troy Cassar-daley. They also love playing at pubs and functions including performing for mining companies for NAIDOC week. They also supported Brad Hall at the Marble Bar Muster, playing before Lee Kernaghan, as well as performing on multiple occasions at the Marble Bar Races.
The Bad Influence play mostly country, rock n roll and alternative covers, and they have also been working on some originals!