Patterson and Steele are a plucky young pair who open up a coffee bar and record production company. Their search for a singing sensation takes them to their own handyman, Dene, who shows some vocal talents. He and some of the fledgling company's other singers start making their mark on the
charts, which leads the record pressing company to attempt a business takeover. Things look dark for the kids until an American company merges with them, solving the dilemma handily. Standard formula suffers from some bad acting and fluffy plot line.