It's a bit of the battle of the sexes in this Republic B war musical where a country and western band must go a little bit more rural to gain a radio contract, and that means actually working on a farm. Band leader George Bryon goes up against farm manager Ruth Terry, leafing to some chauvinistic behavior and one up- womanship from Terry and he'd crew. It's the silliest of plots, but the music is great, combining Nashville, bluegrass and hit parade, combining romantic, comic and Americana as the taming of the band comes to fruition through some womenly wiles and masculine charm. Don Wilson plays himself (with Paul Harvey as his partner) and a great comical supporting cast. There's even a scary dream sequence where a weather machine destroys New York City. Most of the music holds up pretty nicely today, and the corny comic bits might provide a smile if not full out snickers.