Sunhead King is not just the name of a musical group, it is a frame of mind. In Spain gypsies would gather for festivals of dance. The objective was to obtain ultimate freedom within each person. This was called finding the "Sun in your Head." This allowed the individual to soar like the great bird in search of the soul penetrating rhythms of the land. The band Sunhead King was assembled from Chicago's most unknown. Complete strangers brought together by chance and fate, the band formed in the latter part of 2001. The band members are: Jeremy Groh (guitar) Eugene Plascak (drums) RoB Van Hyfte (vocals) Will Zellner (bass) Sunhead King is composed of art, music, philosophy, and theater majors from various colleges across the Midwest. The music itself is intelligent and thought provoking. Their down beat rhythms and eclectic sounds make Sunhead King an instant attention grabber. Sunhead King has made great strides on the Chicago music scene. Building a strong and loyal following, the band has performed at major clubs such as Metro, Double Door, Abbey Pub, Elbo Room, The Note, Martyr's, and Wise Fools Pub. The musical history of the band ranges from experimental and underground jazz, funk, rock, ethnic, and heavy metal. A full length independent self-titled CD was released in 2004, produced and engineered by Manny Sanchez (engineer of Billy Corgan's most recent project, Zwan). The single, "Scrape Me Off The Floor" is played on Chicago's local radio station WXRT. Sunhead King not only gains the attention of it's audience musically, but also prides itself on delivering a theatrical, exciting performance--an element forgotten by many bands today. Contact Sunhead King at firstname.lastname@example.org.