Knock Knock

Knock Knock

Never has there been a band more loving, caring and devoted to each other than Knock Knock. From their tumultuous beginnings to their current, close-knit existence, the band redefines what it means to stay together.

Stirred from the ashes of Sacramento darlings Slumber Party, with Allen Campos on guitar, Allen Maxwell on bass and Nicola Miller on drums, they began their family together in 1999. Soon after, they welcomed Heather Conway to into the fold. Her rhythm guitar styling made the family complete.

Tragically, Knock Knock lost one of its founding members, Allen. One day, when the family was fixing their electric fence, he ended up on the outside, and never found his way back in. Grief stricken, the band struggled to keep the family together until Mike R Mike found his way to their compound. With some coxing, chanting and a bit of brainwashing, they convinced Mike that Knock Knock is where he belonged. They were right.

The band worked together, played together, had children together and built additions to their compound together until they fell under tragic times again with the disappearance of Nicola. The lack of her presence nearly brought the family down. It was only through the discovery of their deep love for Christine Shelley that they were able to overcome their insufferable pain.

Christine made her way to Knock Knock purely by accident. She was selling chocolate bars door-to-door to earn enough money to join her school band on a trip to Disneyland when she landed on the porch of the Knock Knock compound. Blinded by grief, Heather mistakenly thought Christine was their wayward drummer, returned to their ever-loving arms. Once the family discovered that it was not Nicola, they decided it was too late to turn back and Christine became the newest member of the family. The police are still looking for a certain high school band geek, last seen with a box of chocolates.