Music is Pete's life. He's happiest when playing his Fender P-Bass. He doesn't care about prestige or getting girls; it's the quality of the music that matters. Then he meets the Carlisle brothers. They can't sing and they can barely play, but ...
somehow they have a following. Pete can't resist, and he joins The Tiny Masters of Today. When the band gets a chance at real stardom, Pete wonders if he's ready. He knows the music should come first . . . but who knew selling out could be so much fun?