Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Dreams change. Few dads dreamed as boys of their days changing diapers and sitting in the stands watching their kids play out what they wish to be doing.

Once upon a time, in a galaxy far away and long ago (i.e., prior to having a combined five kids) Scott Coane, 34, and brother Craig, 38, — self-proclaimed juke box heroes — dreamed of being 80s hair-rock stars. Now the Orinda, Calif., duo have found a new vision of life fulfillment, "parodying" adult hits by adding kidcentric lyrics. They're unlikely to outparody Nina Yankovic's dad Al [Earlier: Double Daddy Dare], but there are certainly worse ways for fathers to change than living out dreams of lipsyncing on the playground.

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