Every spring, we’re lucky enough to have a colony of frogs inhabit our backyard pond. These frogs make music with a passion. One will begin to trill, and another will join in, and soon the entire pond will be humming in harmony. It’s such a relaxing way to unwind at night under the stars. We turn on the underwater lights and watch them lazily swim, courting their mates with their songs. Some of these frogs sing all night.
AJ Dillon is trouble. The former lead singer of an indie band has no home, no money and no future. His grandfather is the only relative willing to take another chance on him. AJ arrives in Weeki Wachee, Florida, with his guitar, a few clothes and a bad attitude. The only good thing about Weeki Wachee is the ocean — the one place AJ feels at home.