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A unique combination of real life and fiction, the Naked Brothers Band are the project of the Wolff brothers, Nat and Alex, who started a band when they were in preschool. Their mother, writer/director Polly Draper, turned their adventures into the 2005 film The Naked Brothers Band, which in turn inspired the 2007 Nickelodeon TV series of the same name. Nat Wolff, who was still just 11 years old when the show went on the air, is the Naked Brothers Band's singer and songwriter; Alex, who was eight at the time, is the drummer. On the show, keyboardist David Levi, guitarist Qaasim Middleton, and bassist Rosalina round out the Naked Brothers Band's lineup, while Cooper Pilot is the group's manager. The movie featured a slightly different group of kids, with the Wolff brothers and Levi joined by Joshua Kaye and Thomas Batuello. In both versions of the Naked Brothers Band, songs like "Crazy Car" and "If That's Not Love" show off the kids' flair for 21st century bubblegum pop. The Naked Brothers Band series earned Nickelodeon's best debut ratings in seven years. The group's self-titled first album arrived late in 2007, with I Don't Want to Go to School appearing in 2008. ~ Heather Phares