Denny and his friend Eugene form a singing group ( Denny and the Dreamers) so they can enter and win the local radio contest at the state fair. Denny wants to use the prize money help in realizing their dream. Wally (the local Minister's son) joins the group to help make it a trio. When they discover they need $50 to enter the contest, they set about getting a sponsor. Wally has a connection with Big Stuff Auto ( they already sponsor his Father's church bingo games), and since Big Stuff is also selling the Chevy that Denny wants - it seems all will work out. Skip comes from Big Stuff Auto to check out the group, and gets recruited on the spot to make the group an even quartet.
Trouble is, Big Stuff Auto's owner is 'Big Eddie' Franklin, father of Lois, who broke Eugene's heart many years ago at the Springfield High Junior Prom. When Lois shows up to help the group get ready, Eugene breaks into a million pieces; Wally and Denny each fall in love with her as well; and Lois begins flirting with these delightfully goofy young men to help them perform better as a group. Meanwhile, we discover that SKip has already beendating Lois, and Lois is already madly in love with him. But Lois' flirting has caused more heartache and problems with all four of our boys.
Will they perform as a group? Will they reconcile? Will they smooth out all the edges? Just like any other Roger Bean show, of course they will. And they'll keep on singing hit songs all the way through to the finale at the state fair.