In 1964, "Vinnie and the Dreamers" and their 16-year-old lead singer, Vince Pirelli, made the crowds go wild. It was a magical time. Now more than 30 years later, Vince, now 50, is tending bar in a trendy Bay Ridge Bistro and playing weddings. Vince, a widower of ten years, wants no part of his past. As a single parent he is all consumed by his children, in particular his daughter Tina who is battling leukemia. When Vince's buddies from The Dreamers kidnap him for a blowout in Atlantic City, Vince finally gives voice to the pain and disappointment of 30 years. After a soulful reunion of "Vinnie and the Dreamers," Vince returns home with a renewed confidence.