Budge over Britney, make way McFly, the moment has come for Birmingham's Killer Yogi.
The band has just made its first step on the long road to superstardom in a BBC teen-music competition, inspired by the hit film School of Rock.
Killer Yogi beat off stiff competition to be selected as one of the six finalists for a regional competition to find the best school rock band in town.
The 300 bands were narrowed down to the final six and a week of judging, featuring BBC Radio 2's Janice Long, begins on Monday, April 11. The judge's marks make up 50 per cent of the vote with the final decision being made by BBC Midlands Today viewers.
The six finalists are: Ripchord (Adams Grammar School, Newport, Shropshire); Her Lucky Seven (Bluecoat Church of England School, Coventry); Killer Yogi (South Birmingham College); Blotto (Lacon Childe School, Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire); So Called Enemy (Solihull College, Solihull) and The Myth (Fairfield High School, Hereford).
Each group of 14 to 18 year olds has the chance to win a selection of prizes. The winners will spend the day in a top recording studio to produce their own CD and video.
The winning band's school also receives £600 worth of musical instruments with the winners due to be announced on BBC Midlands Today on Friday, April 15.