Things were going well musically for our crime fightin'
motorcycle super heroes. Burb Records signed The Super Cool Brothers
to a recording contract & released their first album on CD & cassette.
Even though it failed to impact the charts, Parents Entertainment
gave their album their seal of approval! The super hero band even
made their first music video. They drove their motorcycles on the
road & performed in an alley.
Super Cool Andy played a tympani drum roll. Then Super Cool Matt
& Joe played rhythm riffs on their electric guitars. Then SC Andy
joined in playing the drums as they took turns being the lead singer
(again to please every Lawrence Fan).
SC ANDY: Taking drugs is not that cool.
They don't make you strong,
Don't be a fool.
You wanna be strong, let me set you
Get your body pumpin & lift those
Believe in yourself, achieve your goal.
Playing sports or even rock & roll.
Just say No & you will see.
That you can really be drug free.
SC Joe played guitar solo #1, SC Andy played a drum solo & SC
Matt played guitar solo #2.
We find our super heroes cruisin on their motorcycles. Where are
they headed? To ROCK-TV! They were invited to appear on veejay Bill
Todson's show for an interview. When they arrived, they sang the
"Give us our ROCK-TV!"
Now we pick up the fanfic as Bill Todson interviews The SC Bros.
Except for The Flash who played a guitar
lick to beat a drug dealer or a Ninja
Turtles concert, no comic book super hero
would have the guts to play a musical
instrument in a super hero outfit. But
this super hero trio not only are
motorcycle crimefighters, they play as
a band. Why?
We wanted to spread our beliefs through
How did it start?
We were @ a music store. As SC Andy was
taking drum lessons, there was a robbery
@ the store. So we fought some crime.
Afterwards, a friend named Larry showed
us some song lyrics he wrote.
Then he had me play the guitar & sing in
my super hero outfit. I thought he was
weird, but then made me realize that it
was a cool idea. So we made him a
We write music, he writes lyrics.
Why do you sing together or take turns
lead singing in a song?
Equality. However, when SC Andy's voice
changes, our next album will have each
of us sing lead on one song. Joe has
a strong voice, he taught me how to
sing like him.
SC Andy, how did you get started playing
My brothers had a drum set when they
were kids. They gave it up, so I
started playing the drums. I like
playing soloes & they let me solo a
lot. I also like playing snare drum
Now you added a tympani. Why?
Because it was a gift from my friend,
Pool Watch's AC Lopez. Once I grow
bigger, I'll add another tympani.
Who played the guitar first?
I started playing when I was 6. I had
a baby Strat. Joe took up guitar when
he was 14.
Who's the super guitarist?
Matt. He can play rock guitar great!
Joe's also a cool jazz guitarist as
well as a rock guitarist. That's why
he plays that red hollowed-bodied
Matt & I teach each other guitar licks.
We want our fans to think we're both
equally talented guitarists!
I got a surprise for you. Although it's
part of the non-telecast Granny awards, you
have been nominated for Best Children's
Album! Thanks for coming & good luck!
As The SC Bros. left ROCK-TV, they meet another band, the
infamous Kitch N'Sink! (Any resemblance to this punful title band to a
popular singing group is purely coincidental & for parody!).
"Waht a joke you are to the music world!" snapped the lead
singer, "Playing 6 string guitar's lame, wearing those sorry super
hero outfits bites, & doing message driven song stinks!"
"At least were up for a Granny." said SC Joe, "Parents, teachers
& our fans do care!"
"You don't stand a chance!" he said, "You'll lose to Betty The
Cave-Girl; 'I like you, you like me, dinosaurs just makes me sick!'"
the gang laughed.
Outside the station, they find a guy sitting on SC Joe's bike.
"Get off!" he exclaimed.
"SC Joe, Kitch N'Sink's a bunch of phonys & I can prove it. My
name's Greg Lucas. Please take me to your hideout!"
So he handed Greg a blindfold & helmet as they drove back to the
At the penthouse, They were @ their private music studio as Greg
played SC Joe's guitar & sang. Greg's singing voice sounded exactly
like the lead singer's. When he was through, Greg explained,
"They stole my song & voice. They kicked me out because I play 6
string guitar. They're not teen idols, they're pirates!"
"Prove it!" said SC Matt.
Greg got their CD & on track #4, his voice matches Greg's.
That Saturday, we find Kitch N'Sink @ a pizza parlour as the SC
"I didn't know super heroes eat." quipped one.
"How about you sing one of your songs, please?" begged SC Andy.
One of the members sneaked over to a jukebox. There were no
Kitch N'Sink CDs in the jukebox, but a whole lot of Hamson & Super
"We don't feel like it." he said. Then they heard Greg playing
guitar & singing outside the restaurant.
"You stole our voice!" he yelled.
"You stole his song!" exclaimed SC Joe as they got into a fight!
SC Joe & Matt fought with their fists & SC Andy used his karate.
The manager broke up the fight & then pulled out a gun.
"FIB, investigative police! Kitch N'Sink, you're under arrest
for plagiarizing, Milli Vanilling & impersonating a teenybopper band!"
The FIB took them away & Greg thanked them for pulling that sting
operation. Greg got credit for his work & became a rock star himself.
The music world was shocked that Kitch N'Sink were phonies! The
Granny telecast was ruined now that their scheuled performance was
canceled. Host Eli Galveston had an idea to fill the time.
The night of the 44th Grannys came. QBC had the 3 hour telecast
live. We find host Eli Galveston on stage.
"Normally, our jazz portion would occur after family hour. We're
making an exception tonight because of this performance. Tonight, old
& young will come together. Legendary jazz vibist Michael Hampton
will jam with a youth, from 'Boy Conquers America', Kevin Matthews!"
The audience cheered as Kevin & Michael shook hands. Then they
got to their vibraphones & jammed. Michael played a jazz solo & Kevin
played his jazz part. Then Kevin played a hip-hop rock vibes solo &
Michael played a small solo. Michael respected Kevin playing rock on
About 20 minutes later, Eli Galveston said,
"I want you to meet some fine boys who have principles. Their
music reaches out to our youth. Here they are, The Super Cool
Fans screamed as they performed their theme song, with
respectable soloes from each brother. After their performances, Eli
went to them.
"Because you were too busy crimefighting & couldn't make the
earlier awards, I decided to tell you live on QBC that you boys won
your Granny for Best Children's Album!"
Fans screamed when our heroes got their award; an old lady in her
rocking chair listening to the radio. SC Joe made a speech.
"We want to thank our parents (rest in peace), our fans, parents
& teachers in believing in us & to our silent partner Larry!"
"Thanks!" they all said as they left the stage with their fans