The history of the No-No Boys began at the University of Northern Colorado. Initially, the band played at house parties, but eventually ventured out to play at area bars in Greeley. In the summer of 2000, The No-No Boys were offered the chance to make a CD with a new record label, Island Fire Productions, in Hawaii. Excited, the band relocated to Honolulu in September to take advantage of this opportunity. In November of 2001, The No-No Boys efforts were finally available publicly with the release of "Unexpected Turbulence"; the first professional recording made by the band. 2005 marked the release of the bands self produced sophomore album "hipNOtherapy".
Noteworthy accomplishments include multiple on-air performances with local radio, Top 5 music video rankings for Oahu based program, and providing the music for a local Nissan commercial. The future looks bright for The No-No Boys as they thrill audiences with their unique blend of island, rock, and reggae.