After a near fatal bike accident, the cancelation of his TV show, absolute devastation over learning that the Alamo indeed did not have a basement (and- oh yeah- a little jail time for subsequent unmentionable improprieties), Pee Widdy awoke one day to a clear blue sky and the sweet spring sounds of his favorite 80s music coming out of a back alley. With great exuberance unmatched since his Tony Award caliber performance to Tequila in an unknown biker bar, he pursued the sound- quickly stumbling upon America s Top 80s Dance band- Rubiks Groove-rehearsing in the infamous Cobra Kai dojo. Upon meet-ing the familiar sensei-Johnny (who also happened to be the front man for Rubiks Groove), Pee Widdy immediately won the favor of the incredibly good looking and talented star- asserting that Daniel LaRusso got in a lucky crane kick and that Johnny was clearly the superior warrior who rightfully deserved the All Valley tournament trophy, the hot Ali Mills, the 1950s canary yellow Chevy convertible, and subsequent stardom in such Hollywood blockbusters as Crossroads, Distant Thunder, and Beer League.
Impressed by his assessment, Johnny offered Pee Widdy the position of keyboardist and co-lead vocalist, which Pee Widdy quickly accepted. Since that fateful day, Johnny, Pee Widdy & the rest of the band have pursued musical excellence in Rubiks Groove with an undeterred I Know You Are But What Am I / Sweep the leg fervor that has shown all of its competition NO MERCY!