Music Creator
Vocals, Woodwinds, Piano
Music Style
Neo-Soul, R&B/Soul, Jazz, Country Contemporary



Location: TORONTO, Ontario, Canada
Website: None



From the basement mini-concerts as a young girl to opening up for Bob Marley at the Madison Square Garden, Liberty Silver has been singing around the world and touching lives by her musical stanza. Liberty has opened for-

-U.S. President Barack Obama
-Bob Marley                    
-B.B. King
-Sheryl Lynn                     
-Maya Angelou
-Desmond Tutu               
-Celine Dion
-The Temptations          
-Harry Belafonte
-Don Rickles                    
-Joan Rivers
-Natalie Cole                   
-Jeffery Osborne
-Gladys Knight
-SOS Band
-Oscar Peterson              
-Mikhail Gorbachev          

Collaborated with many musical artists throughout Canada for a humanitarian track called Tears are not Enough. She has sold millions of records/CDs throughout the world, with all types of music from R &B, jazz, multi-platinum dance tracks, reggae, pop, country music, and gospel.

Her voice can expand 6-1/2 octaves. She won her 7 consecutive weeks on Star Search and in the mid-1980's she took the Canadian music scene by storm when she received 3 coveted Juno Awards for best R & B Single and Best Reggae/Calypso Recording. That same year she was nominated for Most Promising Female Vocalist and collaborated on a Jazz Album nominated for a Juno Award, making history as the only multiple Juno Award Winner and Nominee besides Bryan Adams.

Liberty also co-hosted the World Basketball Championship ceremony with TV Star Allan Thicke, hosted her own TV series Centre Stage Chronicles, and co-wrote and performed the official Olympic theme for the 1996 Atlanta, Georgia, and 2004 Athens, Greece Olympic games.


-1 Grammy
-5 Black Music Awards
-3 Rock Express Awards
-3 Juno Awards
-Shuremic Award for Vocals
-Bob Marley Memorial Award

-Chin International Songwriting Award performed in Italian

-The Michigan State Music Competition

-3 Genie Nominations for Acting
-Top Female Jazz Singer Award

-2005 African Achievement Award for Arts and Entertainment

-Nominated for the Best Female Vocal

-Original Composition Award at the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, honouring George Benson

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