Silver In December
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Silver In December

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The best kept secret in music


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Self-titled EP, Full-length "My Black Book". Songs from the record " My Black Book" are currently on ( and homemade music videos can be found at (search "Silver In December")


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As young kids as freshman in Greencastle Senior High School Chris Lien, brother Nate Lien, and life-long friend Ryan Young loved music and dreamed about once playing in a band. They soon got together to "jam" and found themselves playing together quite a bit. They had played for a while without a bass player and soon started their search for the missing piece of the puzzle. Their good friend Peter Michaels finally found his place as he jumped into the line-up. There after naming the quartet Silver In December. Everything was set to show the world what they had instore for it. After a good while of playing local shows at their high school in front of their friends they decided to record a three-track EP called "Silver In December". As they found that only the people that normally watched their shows were buying the self-title EP they had the idea to get on a tour from Indiana and surrounding states even all the way up to Canada. Playing with numerous bands as Coinslot, Don't Let Go, Led By Last and even as far as opening for Hawthorne Heights. The tour lasted about three weeks, soon there after record their full-lengthed albumn titled "My Black Book" in March of 2006 produced by Jake Robinson who was also associated well-known artists such as Mariah Carey. it took them about seven months to finish the record and they sold up to 400 copies. After their successful sales of the record and the tour they had found themselves stuck between school and work. Then struck horrible news that the Silver In December bass player Michaels was quiting to pursue a job that he had recently aquired and could no longer play. The band, which was closely ready to start recording a new record in December of 2006 through January of 2007, would now have to search for a new bass player that could step in for not only upcoming shows and tours, but to help with the new record. Chris Lien at this time was attending Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis where he had a fellow resident of the campus' dorms, Scott Seabolt, approach him with an idea of practicing with Chris and the others to see what they thought. The band had soon after sceduled a meeting/run-through of the set list of songs that Silver In December had previously put out. Scott had practiced the songs that Chris burnt on a CD and traveled with Chris to "tryout" for the new spot. After the run through Nate Lien commented, "I think hes got them all." The new line-up of Silver In December has quickly jumped back to pace and plans to start recording the new record in December and book another three week tour of the summer of 2007. Keep a sharp eye out for tour dates and new songs!