googled06bb313055e587a.html Rock N Roll Rehab for the Control Of Rock and Roll Starring Greg Piper and The Tooners: Greg Piper & The Tooners' ROCK & ROLL REHAB REALITY SHOW

Greg Piper & The Tooners' ROCK & ROLL REHAB REALITY SHOW

The Rock & Roll Rehab television series is to VH1’s Behind The Music what The Colbert Report is to The O’Reilly Factor. Based on the fictitious twelve step program for the control of rock and roll, The Rock & Roll Rehab TV Series is a satirical and heavily illustrated look back at the history and time period of a specific genre of rock and roll as seen through the eyes of the members of the show’s guest band. The Rock & Roll Rehab Show is a half hour series that is part reality show, part documentary, part cartoon show and part talk show. 

Host Greg Piper (A Day In His Life, Just Imagine) is an aging Classic Rocker who has been there and seen it all and is here to help other rock and roll addicts tell their sad and sometimes tragic stories of lives wasted in the vein quest to live a rock and roll lifestyle. 

A musician and comedian, Piper interviews each week’s episode’s guest band as if their stories are much more interesting, exciting and entertaining than they actually are. He is assisted in this by Rock & Roll Rehab’s team of writers, animators and illustrators who don’t let the facts get in the way as they create a story based on the real band members but with a large degree of creative license. The band’s members play themselves in fictional stories and adventures either as live actors or as cartoon characters in animated shorts. Commercials are shown within the show pushing the guest band’s music and merchandise and the Rock & Roll Rehab Twelve Step Program For The Control Of Rock & Roll.

Based on the books, The Official Rock & Roll Rehab Handbook ( and The Official Rock & Roll Rehab Members Guide (Kindle) by Neal Warner.

Greg Piper - Show Host

Greg Piper was born into a show business family whose parents were traveling actors in their own theater company, performed with Red Skelton on his television series and later co-created the hugely popular TV game show, Concentration. Greg, a actor, singer and songwriter, has been leading original and cover rock bands since high school and started his theatrical career as the lead role of ‘Villain’ in the melodrama production of Curse You, Villain. Since the Eighties Greg has toured the world with the leading Beatle tribute act Revolution with whom he performed at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio in connection with the premiere of the John Lennon exhibit. He has appeared as an actor and musician in the live musical stage shows, One Night Only, A Day in His Life, Just Imagine and the live Rock & Roll Rehab Show at the Hayworth Theater in Los Angeles.

Join Greg Piper each week as he explores the world of one particular rock band or rock band member's dream world. Some of his adventures include:

* Getting The Band Back Together
Piper tries to reunite a feuding band while telling each member what the others have said behind his back.

* What Could Have Been Part 1
Piper finds a classmate of a failed rocker, someone whose career path seemed much more secure, and finds out where he is today. He always finds people worse off today than the rocker.

* What Famous Band Would The Rocker Have Liked To Join Part 1

Piper gives the rocker a makeover in the style of different rock and roll genres.

* What Famous Band Would The Rocker Have Liked To Join Part 2
Piper has a rocker superimpose his licks over the recordings of his favorite bands to see if he would have been compatible.

* The Groupie Test
Piper shows young girls photos, videos and recordings of the guest rocker back in the day but tells them they’re all recent and asks if they’d like to meet him now.

* Don’t Quit Your Day Job
Piper takes a rocker out for a day to work at a nine to five job the rocker thinks he may have wanted to have had if he didn’t have music.

* Rocker For A Day
Piper takes a rocker out on the town to see how he would have handled a night of hard Rock & Roll partying had he been successful.

* The Wrong Choice
Piper makes a rocker record overdubs using instruments he’s never used before to see if he should have played a different instrument than the one he did.

* The Apology
Piper takes a rocker to the home of the rocker’s idol in order to get an apology from the idol for ruining the rocker’s life.

* The Party Animal
Piper has the rocker’s friends recount stories of when the rocker was really loaded and then have the friends act out his behavior.

* The Marketing Campaign
Piper creates a ridiculous marketing campaign for the rocker’s old record that the rocker then has to implement.

* The Testimonial
Piper makes the rocker speak to the class of Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp to try and make them quit the camp.

* The Rocker Shreds
Piper gets the rocker’s old band back together to overdub a new audio track to one of their old videos in order to get the band on Youtube with the other “Shred” videos thus elevating them into the ranks of Eric Clapton, Eddie Van Halen, Carlos Santana and other superstars.

* The Fantasy
Piper brings a rocker to a club to see a band that has been formed as a tribute band to his old band. The band gets girls in the audience screaming and a "record executive" signs the tribute band on the spot in front of the rocker (who may or may not get the joke). The musician portraying the rocker then gets pissed off and quits the tribute band in front of everyone.

* The Psychic
Piper takes the rocker to club to hear a young up and coming singer songwriter whose songs all seem to be rip-offs of the rocker’s old band’s songs with lyrics that mirror the rocker’s life all too closely.

* The Comedian
Piper takes the rocker to a club to hear a band but instead they see a comedian whose jokes are all about the style of music played by the rocker.

* The Fans
Piper takes the rocker into a bar where actors pretending to be fans convince the other patrons that the rocker is famous so the rocker can see how differently strangers would react to him if he had succeeded.

* The Remix
Piper has the rocker’s music “remixed” for today’s market and takes the rocker to hear it previewed at a dance club.

* The Autograph Signing
Piper has a Heavy Metal rocker dress up in his old leather outfit from the Eighties in order to go to a autograph signing, then drops him off at a gay leather bar.

* The Ultimate Fan
Piper introduces a rocker to another rocker who idolized the first rocker’s band so much that he tattooed the band’s logo and their faces all over his body and ruined his life chasing his own rock and roll dream and now wants an apology from the rocker.

* The Video
Piper tells a rocker that a Hollywood production company has produced a music video for his old song. The video is terrible. Then the production company gives the rocker the bill for it.

* The Movie
Piper tells a rocker that a Hollywood production company is producing a movie based on the rocker’s old band’s story and they show him the trailer. In the trailer all the band members are portrayed as cool and good looking except for him, he’s portrayed as ugly, fat and stupid.

* The Comeback
Piper tells a rocker that he’s put together a new band to back him up so he can revive his career but the band turns out to be kids who makes the rocker look ancient.

* The Coach
Piper tells a rocker he has to teach a class in rock and roll to school children which includes how to revive someone from a heroin overdose and how to tell if a groupie has Herpes before it’s too late.

* Lost In Translation
Piper uploads a rocker’s music video to Youtube and includes a foreign language translation which is completely different than what the song lyrics actually are. Then the rocker screens the video for people who speak that language to see their reactions.

* The Ringers
Piper brings a rocker to a concert in a park where a band is playing old cover tunes. A member of the band collapses onstage from illness or drugs and the band asks the audience if anyone can fill in. Piper pushes the rocker up on stage to fill in. The rocker thinks he’s a real good musician and the band seems to be real mediocre, playing old songs, but once he joins them they start playing Jazz Fusion versions of the tunes and the rocker has to keep up or do the Walk Of Shame.

* The Audition
Piper takes a rocker to a band rehearsal where they are auditioning new guitar players. The rocker is a real good musician but the guitar he’s given to play is rigged to go out of tune and play bad notes.

* I Want My MTV
Piper screens a rocker’s old music video for him making him think it’s being shown on MTV’s Pop Up Video Show. All the captions on the “Pop Ups” are humorously insulting to the rocker and the band.

* DNA Don’t Lie
Piper takes a rocker to the taping of a “Maury Provich” type of TV show where a woman claims she was a groupie for the rocker back in the day and she wants a paternity test to show he’s her baby’s father. The “baby” turns out to be thirty-five years old and looks and dresses exactly like the rocker did back in his band days.

* Here Comes The Judge
Piper insists a rocker deliver subpoenas to famous songwriters claiming copyright infringement against his original tunes. However, most of the songs he claims sound just like his were hits before he wrote his, some even before he was born.

* The Trouser Trout
Piper introduces a rocker to a groupie who used to make plaster casts of rock stars cocks and claims she made one of his. She then produces a plaster cock that looks diseased and deformed and the rocker has to somehow prove it’s not his.

* What Could Have Been Part 2
Piper interviews the old girlfriends of a rocker to find out what his life might have been like if he had quit his band and settled down with her.

* The Toll
Piper accompanies a rocker to a medical exam where he sees how much rock and roll has affected him physically over the years such as his hearing, sight, muscles, mind, aging and liver.

* Modern Music
Piper has a rocker judge a singing competition in which two of the contestants are amateurs but one is a singer for a new million selling band to see if he knows what’s considered good music today.

Part of the Rock & Roll Rehab Show involves the adventures of its animated spokesman, Bob. Bob is a middle-aged family man who hasn’t yet given up his rock and roll dream. His segments are part of the Rock & Roll Rehab organization’s promotion spots and appear within the course of the show.

1. Bob finds his teenage son’s iPod is load with soundtrack music and tries to come to terms with the fact his son may be gay if he’s listening to show tunes. All of his hard work to become open minded is for naught when he discovers the “show tunes” are the soundtracks to ultra violent video games.

2. Bob presents his band’s CD to a record company pretending he’s the band’s manager and then scrambles to find kids to pretend to be the musicians when the record company is interested but thinks it’s a band of young people.

3. Bob’s constant embarrassing of his young daughter and teenage son forces him to attend a meeting of Rock & Roll Rehab which does more harm than good.

4. Bob’s band’s feud with his neighbor kid’s garage band reaches a new low when both bands are up for the same gig.

5. Bob gets the chance to meet one of his Rock & Roll heroes to find that success can lead to even more unhappiness than failure.

6. Bob mistakes a saleswoman’s aggressive sales technique as the overtures of a groupie.

7. Bob and the band make a music video and see themselves for the first time with devastating results.

8. Bob finds his first guitar in a pawn shop and sets him on a quest to find all his old equipment which, to his horror, he finds his now worth a small fortune.

9. Bob’s new boss at work is not as understanding of Bob’s Rock & Roll personal style as his previous supervisor.

10. Grand Bob, Bob’s father, takes him on a fishing trip where he learns of the legend of the mysterious Monster Hunters.

11. Bob becomes jealous when his wife reveals she was a groupie for an old Seventies band.

12. Bob takes his kids on a camping trip and his “roadie” skills save the day when the camp site turns out to be in the path of a lemming migration.

13. Bob takes his kids to a glow in the dark miniature golf course where he thinks he’s having an acid flashback showing him all the things he did and didn’t do right in his quest for Rock & Roll success, until they turns the regular lights on.

14. Bob’s band mate, Jim, puts out an ad looking for “groupies” and gets more than he bargained for.

15. Bob’s band gets hired to be part of a large outdoor rock festival which turns into a survival course for the old rockers.

16.  Bob’s wife gets angry when his band accepts a gig at a Nevada bordello.


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