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Penguin Band
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Full Name The Club Penguin Band
Species Penguins
Gender Male
Position Visit Stompin' Bob, G Billy, Franky, and Petey K's pages for more information.
Appeared See Appearances
Color Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green
Clothes Items Visit Stompin' Bob, G Billy, Franky, and Petey K's pages for more information.
Related To Unknown
Friends With Cadence, Rocky, CeCe, Zendaya, Cole Plante, Violetta, Sabrina Carpenter, Aunt Arctic, Rockhopper, Rookie
Meetable Character? Yes

The Penguin Band (AKA The Club Penguin Band) is a popular musical band of mascots in Club Penguin. The Penguin Band is Club Penguin's only official band. It is made up of four members: G Billy, Petey K, Stompin' Bob and Franky.

Like other famous characters, the band members could be seen during certain parties on random servers waddling around and talking to Penguins. It should be noted that the Penguin Band are not always together when on the island as they can be met individually.

Band members[]

Main article: Franky

Franky is the band's lead singer and is often labeled as the most 'popular' member of the group; as such he is usually the focus of many of their tracks. He is a yellow penguin who knows how to play the guitar[1], the keyboard[2], and sing. According to the 2011-2012 yearbook, he is the mascot most likely to invent a new musical instrument.[3] He is, like the rest of the band, extremely talented in music; his talent was even the inspiration for Cadence to pursue a singing career.[4]

Main article: Petey K

Petey K is one of the band's guitarists.[5] Prior to their redesign, he used to play the piano[6] and the accordion[7]. He is known to be very relaxed, occasionally cracking the odd joke (which is often directed at his band mates). He is a thrill-seeker and, according to the 2011-2012 yearbook, he is the mascot most willing to start a food fight.[3]

Main article: Stompin' Bob

Stompin' Bob is the band's electric bass player.[8] He is a self-taught musician who is known to practice constantly. As such, he has more of a serious personality towards their music than his band mates, an example of this would be that he has often said he would be writing poems if he was not a musician. In addition, the yearbook for 2011-2012 said he would be the mascot most likely to 'rock the house'.[3]

Main article: G Billy

G Billy is the band's drummer.[9] He is the strong and silent type, founding member and the grounding force of the band.[10] In addition to the drums, he can also play the flute.[11] According to the 2011-2012 yearbook, he is the mascot most likely to call you 'dude'.[3]



  • The Penguin Band first appeared in Penguin Chat.[12]
  • In Penguin Chat 3, all three band members were Old Blue and played different instruments.
  • In 2005, the three current band members changed to unique colors.
  • According to The Journal of Captain Rockhopper, the band performed as Rockhopper left on his journey on the 8th of March 2005, prior to Club Penguin's official launch.
  • In 2006, they were a Hawaiian band, with little to no individualization between them. Until the Western Party, the band only had three members. Franky joined the band sometime before the party.
  • In 2008, they became a country band, and were finally meetable as mascots.
  • In 2011, they became a rock band, with unique clothing and new instruments.
  • In the Make Your Mark: Ultimate Jam, they appeared every 20 minutes with Cadence, singing at the Epic Show.
  • They appeared with slightly altered appearances in Anchors Aweigh.


List of appearances (in chronological order)[]

Event Rooms/Notes Date
Penguin Chat 2 Penguin Chat Igloo 2003
Christmas Party 2005 Night Club December 22–25, 2005
Winter Luau Night Club January 27–30, 2006
Valentine's Day Celebration Night Club February 14, 2006
Western Party Night Club (first appearance of Franky) July 14–17, 2006
Lighthouse Party Lighthouse September 22–24, 2006
St. Patrick's Day Party 2007 Night Club March 16–19, 2007
Summer Kickoff Party Beach June 8–18, 2007
Fall Fair 2007 Pizza Parlor September 21 – October 1, 2007
Surprise Party Night Club November 23–26, 2007
St. Patrick's Day Party 2008 Night Club March 14–18, 2008
Music Jam 2008 Iceberg, Back Stage (not a performance, first appearance as mascots) July 25 – August 5, 2008
Penguin Play Awards 2009 Back Stage (meetable) March 20 – April 9, 2009
Music Jam 2009 Iceberg (performance), various locations (meetable) July 17–26, 2009
Music Jam 2010 Iceberg (performance), various locations (meetable) July 8–19, 2010
Music Jam 2011 Iceberg (performance), various locations (meetable) June 16 – July 5, 2011
Make Your Mark: Ultimate Jam Epic Show (were also meet-able during construction), various locations (meetable) July 19 – August 2, 2012
The Fair 2014 Amazement Park February 20 – March 6, 2014
Music Jam 2014 Music Cruise July 17–29, 2014
The Fair 2015 Amazement Park May 20 – June 11, 2015
Music Jam 2016 Snow Forts November 4–28, 2016
Waddle On Party various locations (not a performance, meetable) (only Franky) 2017


In 2012, the Penguin Band began to produce music and collaborate with their friend, Cadence, on tracks. This music has appeared all over the island, and they sometimes perform their work at parties. In real life, these songs could be purchased on iTunes and in other digital music stores.

Appearing in DJ3K[]

  • Flipper Stomper
  • Penguin Band Boogie
  • Wild Wild West

Appearing in Club Penguin: The Party Starts Now![]

Other singles[]



Main article: Penguin Band/Gallery

See also[]


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