Silver Junction History
 
Beginnings
The origins of Silver Junction stem from a trip that Eileen and Bob made to Colorado about 7 years ago.  The idea for the band name “Silver Junction” derived from their exploration of the many ghost towns near the Denver area. Eileen and Bob had been playing mostly blues prior to the concept of expanding their music selection to include classic rock, blues, southern rock and a bit of country.  They contacted a variety of local musicians and tried various combinations.  While going through different lineups, Jefrey Woodall arrived on the scene with his vocal and guitar talents, initially around 2010.  During this time, the band became very solid with tight vocal harmonies and instrumentation.  However, the original bass player and guitarist/keyboardist suddenly jumped ship to start their own band, and Jefrey decided to go the solo route, while also trying out other band combinations.
 
Revolving Door Theory with Jesse
Jesse Larrimer, bass player extraordinaire, who knew Eileen and Bob from the blues circuit, came on board and remained with them through a variety of different combinations.  There was a lot of talent coming through the revolving door, but just not what they were looking for.  A few combinations came close but just didn’t seem to gel.
 
Jefrey’s Return
Jefrey, Eileen and Bob discussed reviving their previous association, but this time with bassist Jesse who was already a fixture.  Once again Silver Junction was revitalized and, with Eileen on drums and vocals, Jesse on bass, Jefrey on guitar and vocals, and Bob on guitar and vocals, Silver Junction has become a success in the Central Pennsylvania area, performing at select clubs and festivals.  The band’s music continues to evolve and their fan-base continues to grow.