The plot of the show takes place post 1967 to early 1970s. While the story is fictional, the atmosphere replicates the mandopop club scene in Hong Kong genuinely. The show played a number of mandopop songs that originated from Taiwan. As much of the HK bar scenes were heavily dominated by mandopop music. Many of the sets and TV charity shows were televised at the time, and recreated for the series. Even MC Lydia Shum was acted out to replicate the time era.
Kam Yin (Liza Wang Ming Chuen) plays a former renowned Shanghai singer along with two others that make the "Three Golden Flowers". In the description of the story, World War II broke out at that time, Kam Yin was separated from her son. Years later, Kam Yin was a teacher for a singing group in a Hong Kong bar. The prominent singer of the time, Ling Fung (Roger Kwok Jun On) and Kam Ying met, but they do not get along at all. Every time they meet, something happens. Whether it was an argument or a fight.
Laan (Charmaine Sheh) is Ling Fung's childhood friend who had a crush on him ever since. She makes her way out of the village side to find him, but there is something with her voice. When they first met, Laan was from mainland China who seemed woefully uneducated and naive about everything. Laan started off as Ling Fung's student, and she was shy at first. They would develop a romance relationship that hits on and off, with Ling Fung's singing career in the middle. Eventually Ling Fung would experience a reverse of fortune. Ling Fung would end up selling sugar cane for a living, while Laan became the popular popstar. Someone informs the police with indications that Fung is a swindler of love and money. The chief investigator chases this case until the death and because of this, Fung can no longer continue working in the musical world. At this time, Fung accidentally finds out that the person who informed the reporter was Yin! Later, Yin finds out that her long lost son was actually Ling Fung all along...