Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
A group of four musicians and their female lead singer are anxious to get a job in the resort area of the Black Sea for the crowded summer months, so they jump at the chance to play at the Golden Sands hotel when a local entrepreneur says he has it set up for them. But they can only go on the condition that the lead singer is replaced with the entrepreneur's girlfriend - not exactly a vocal rival by any means. Desperate for this opportunity, the four say yes and take off, only to find that their engagement is in a local bar and not the promised hotel. Meanwhile, they have problems of their own as one of them is after the new singer but gets nowhere, and the boyfriend of the preceding singer is depressed that she's not there. To make things decidedly worse, the new lead singer has a limited repertoire, to say the least, and in the end, opts for taking off with an Italian tourist who has promised her a better gig elsewhere. This does nothing for the job prospects of the band, but a lot for their experience in the ways of the fickle world.
girlfriend, music, on-the-road, singer, stipulation