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The lives of a tween rock band led by real-life singer-songwriting/musician brothers Nat and Alex Wolff.

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The series depicts the daily lives of creator/executive producer Polly Draper's sons who lead a fictional world-renowned rock band from New York City. As a mockumentary, the storyline is an embellishment of their real lives and the fictional presence of a camera is often acknowledged. Lead vocals and instrumentation are contributed by the siblings; they wrote the lyrics themselves. The show stars Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff, the lead singer-songwriter and drummer, respectively. Nat's fictional female admirer and real life friends--including the guitarist who had no prior acquaintance with the family--feature as the supporting band members, with the siblings' genuine father and Draper's husband as their according-playing dad and Draper's niece as the group's babysitter. Written by Eli Allen and Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Real Brothers. Real Music. Not really naked.

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With the exception of Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff, who write the songs and play musical instruments, none of the actors who portray the band's members appear on the actual recordings. See more »

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Regarding the credit "Consulting Producer Tim Draper", Tim - who also plays Principal Schmoke - is Jesse's real life father, Polly's brother, and thus Nat and Alex's real life uncle. See more »

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Talented Kids and Family
29 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Growing up I was a huge fan of the band. Nat is a gifted and prodigious singer-songwriter and keyboardist. Alex is a talented and prodigious drummer. Some of my favorite songs by them growing up included, but not limited to, "Catch Up With the End", "I Indeed Can See", "Nowhere (I Miss My Family)", "Girl of My Dreams", "Proof of My Love", "I've Got a Question", "Your Smile", and "No Night is Perfect".

Their mother, award-winning actress Polly Draper was the star of ABC's hit television drama 'thirtysomething' and created, wrote, ran (as executive producer), and directed the Naked Brothers show; their father, the successful jazz pianist/recording artist Michael Wolff, former band leader of the original Arsenio Hall Show, produced and supervised the music and appeared as their dad on the show. (The show also produced two charting soundtrack albums and Nat and Alex wrote all the music; their father produced it).

I had the chance of receiving an autograph by the brothers in the mail in August 2007 (through a jazz saxophonist who is friends with my parents), asked the family a question at the TimesCenter Stage in January 2008 (which can be seen on YouTube), won an online contest to appear as an extra on their show, and met the family backstage after their concert a few months later. They are exceptionally nice people.

The show was one of the biggest shows on Nickelodeon (the premiere in January 2007 produced Nickelodeon's highest ratings in 7 years for kids aged 6-11) and was canceled in June 2009 (after 3 seasons) because the network wanted to extend the summer-filmed seasons from 13 episodes to 60. Polly and Michael wanted them in regular school "to keep them exposed to the real world."

The boys are now in big-time, theatrical movies. Nat was recently in a movie called "Admission" with Tina Fey (who everyone thinks looks like Polly), and Alex is going to be starring in a movie alongside Brendan Fraiser next month called "Hairbrained" which won Alex Best Actor at the Brooklyn Film Festival this year.

Sources claim that Polly is writing and directing a new film and Oscar-winner Fred Roos, of The God Father Part II fame, will be producing it.

This show is so unique from others because it portrayed talented kids writing their own music. Nat and Alex are also the youngest artists ever to receive a BMI (Broadcast Music Incorporated) Cable Award in 2007.


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