The Band

Becky Kimble
Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar

Becky is a guitarist and vocalist. Recorded in Nashville as a singer/ songwriter at Dixianna Records In 98. Almost Gone and Been There Done That were a couple of her songs recorded. She's been playing music alongside her mom and dad since she was 4. First time on a stage was 12 in her parents' country band called Proud Country. Music was always a close part of her family growing up and raising her family to keep music close to their hearts. "You never know where it can take you if it's your calling"

Goes Like This Acoustic Band was a variety band started 6 years ago with Don Kimble (Dad) and still goes strong with as many as 2-5 pc group. Country, Rock, Pop, Blues, Alternative are amongst some of the genres that they cover

Becky's worked with a lot of local musicians in years past on different projects some of which remain part of Goes Like This.

Keith Williams
Lead Guitar, Vocals
Keith started playing at 15. His talents include playing percussion, guitar, keyboards, brass and woodwinds as well as sing. He majored in percussion and had a Minor in brass at Duquesne University. Played the Jersey Coast circuit for a few years. Been playing professionally for almost 50 years. He always says, "I still find it very hard to believe they pay me to do this". While being in several bands, he also plays solo quite a bit. Upon being asked to join Silver Springs, he decided to give being in a band one more chance. "I'm so glad I did! I love working with top quality players".
Steve Poole
Keyboards, Vocals

Born in London, England September 19th to parents Jack and Janet Poole that were living in England at the time my Dad was in the Navy. Started singing at 18 months because my Mother played records and sang to Me and my three Sisters. I learned to play guitar listening to my uncle's Peter, Paul and Mary records . Also at Bill Brown's Musicland down town East Liverpool. Played trumpet in High School at ELHS . My first band I started was (Poor Little Rich Kids). best known Band I played in for 7 years was(Eclipse) Formed 1977 to 1984. Got out of music for the next 17 years to raise kids.

I got back into music in 2001. Bought an acoustic guitar and keyboards. Started playing out with good friend Fred Ludovici. Got into various local bands and played with a lot of area musicians. I've played with Billy Greer from Kansas, Chris Anderson and Randy Threet from the Outlaws, Pat McDonald and Shannon Wickline from Charlie Daniels Band and John Parrendo from Blackhawk.

I've opened for David Allen Coe, Emerson Drive, Ricochet, Paul Scott, Justin Moore, The Clarks and The Outlaws.

I've been playing keyboards for (The Mad River Men) for 15 years at present time. And looking forward to this journey with Silver Springs. I feel that I have been Blessed in my life for having the ability to do what I love to do.... Play Music ! Thank you to all the people that have supported me all of these years to make this possible. Peace and Love !

Bob Lunieski
Bass, Vocals

Bob has played Bass in the Pittsburgh music scene for over 40 years. Starting with Front Page a popular Disco band, enjoyed time with 8th St Rox, and country bands Crazy Cowboy, Michael Christopher Band, Stampede and Saddle Up.

He's also played Acoustic guitar, keyboards & harmonica in various projects. Musical influences were and still are The Beatles, The Byrds, Flying Burrito Bros. & Steely Dan.

"I always loved good harmonies, keyboards and 70's music, so I jumped at the opportunity when asked to join Silver Springs and experience the music of Fleetwood Mac first hand with all the talented & wonderful people in this band."

Adam Reckner

Born and raised in Columbiana County, Ohio Adam was taught by his dad to play drums. While in his dad's lap he would play the sticks while his dad worked the pedals, by the time he was 4 Adam could play drums himself. Adam has played in various bands in the area including: Stonehorse, Killjoy, Hat Trickz, The Lazy River Band, The Flashpoints, and others. Adam has a deep sense of music, a great knowledge of it, knowing a lot of music trivia, has a great collection of music memorabilia, and of course, drums.

Sue Rance
Sue started singing at the age of 4 with her father Mike Rance. He had a band for many years and she learned from him. Sue was a state trooper for 30 years. She sang for the patrol national anthem for countless events and was in a band with other patrol officers for 6 years. Their name was moving violation. She is extremely excited to be apart of Silver Springs and to continue singing into the future.