Summer Camp Mad Rock Stories

July 11, 2018

Floopy Noopers

Floopy Noopers return home to St. Charles after playing sold out Subways across the tri-state area. Their plane landed in New York to be greeted by a mob of screaming cousins. Band members were whisked off in a yellow submarine to hold a press conference. Despite a successful tour, rumors spread on social media about tensions growing in the band. Band members Ricardo and Mortamor apparently got into a food fight on stage throwing pieces of mush at each other. A rogue piece got stuck in Mlepnos’s hair which required an 8-hour operation to remove. The group’s lead flute, Dio said the food removal procedure was a success. The remaining band members Paul Rudd and Vankman said this was worse than the nosegrind to fakie contest the two had on stage in Riprip, Kentucky. The band heads back into the studio this fall to work with the legendary producer Meatball. It’s expected to be the most anticipated album of 3018.

Super Six

Super Six was formed in 1 B.C. in the great city of Equestria. When the band first came together they didn’t have any money to buy instruments. Instead, they played a sponge, dust buster, and a broom. The band members lived together in a cupboard and played music into the night. Their next-door neighbor said the music sounded like a screeching snail. The band saved up some money by knocking on doors asking neighbors if they needed a janitor to work around the house. The band saved up 100 dollars and 12 cents and bought some real instruments. After 5 months of hard practice, the band was asked to play a concert with Pluto. They were an instant hit. The band was approached by the president of Alfalfa Records who just so happened to be in the audience. That night they signed a record deal for 11 dollars. The band released their first hit single later that year called “Eggplant for Breakfast”. After summer camp the band plans on going on tour to play in Wendy’s across Rhode Island.

Violet Vipers

Violet Vipers was formed in 1961 in the great city of NYC. When the band first came together they didn’t have any money to buy instruments. Instead, they played a lamp, toilet and a pan. The band members lived together in a cave and played music into the night. Their next-door neighbor said the music sounded like a screeching rubber duck. The band saved up some money by knocking on doors asking neighbors if they needed an astronaut to work around the house. The band saved up 15 dollars and bought some real instruments. After 25 months of hard practice, the band was asked to play a concert with Mickey Mouse. They were an instant hit. The band was approached by the president of Ookboo Records who just so happened to be in the audience. That night they signed a record deal for 35 dollars. The band released their first hit single later that year called “Liver for Breakfast”. After summer camp the band plans on going on tour to play in Coscos across Texas.

 

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