Back Story: Originally formed as a trio consisting of Sean Dzugan and brothers Dan and Chris Arwady, a band once called The Brothers II began to gain momentum in it's hometown of Arlington Heights, IL. Local success soon encouraged the band to start writing, performing, and recording original material. Buoyed by strong musicianship and a barrage of influences, the songwriting soon began to speak for itself, drawing a number of loyal listeners. It wasn't long before the group acquired two new members, bassist Manny Fassbinder and saxophonist Brian Krock, and changed it's name from The Brothers II to Sure Fire Groove. With a fresh book of exciting material, Sure Fire Groove hit the studio in late 2007, producing and engineering it's own debut album, "Wooden Horse." Released in early June, 2008, the album is an embodiment of exceptional musicianship, strong songwriting, and professional production. Sure Fire Groove is: Sean Dzugan - Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Vocals Dan Arwady - Percussion, Vocals Chris Arwady - Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Piano, Vocals Brian Krock - Saxophones, Piano, Guitar, Vocals Manny Fassbinder - Bass, Vocals.