Liberty Silver is a multiple "Juno" and "Grammy" (collaboration) award-winning recording artist. She was originally discovered on the US based TV show "Star Search" hosted by "Ed McMahon."
Liberty Silver is the first black woman to receive a Juno Award. Her "Grammy" award (collaboration) was in association with her performance on the single "Tears Are Not Enough", that raised funds for relief of the famine in Ethiopia. Collaborating alongside some of Canada’s most celebrated artists in the group called "Northern Lights", which included Gordon Lightfoot, Anne Murray, Joni Mitchell, Burton Cummings, Bryan Adams, Neil Young and others
Liberty Silver has performed for/shared the stage with prominent and influential figures, that include; US President Barack Obama, Bob Marley (Madison Square Garden), Maya Angelou, Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu, Celine Dion, The Temptations, Oscar Peterson, Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight and former Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev.
Liberty Silver has recorded original songs and performed on studio recordings that have sold millions of units worldwide, including multi-platinum dance tracks. Her recordings include songs in multiple genres ranging from; R&B, Jazz, Reggae, Pop, Soul, Rock, Country and Gospel.
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Liberty Silver has performed thousands of shows, including some of the most celebrated events such as; Antigua Jazz Festival, Ottawa Jazz Festival, Jamaican Air Canada Jazz Festival, Niagara Jazz Festival, TRIUS Jazz Festival, Oakville Jazz Festival, Waterloo International Jazz Festival, Barbados Jazz Festival, The Beaches Jazz Festival, Orangeville Jazz Festival, Richmond Hill Jazz Festival, Hillebrand Jazz Festival, to name a few. She also performed at the Grand Opening of the Skydome (Rogers Centre - Toronto, Canada) with Oscar Peterson and David Clayton Thomas.
Liberty Silver co-hosted the televised World Basketball Championship ceremony with TV Star Alan Thicke and co-wrote the theme song for the event. She also hosted her own TV series called Centre Stage Chronicles and co-wrote and performed the official theme songs for the 1996 Atlanta, Georgia and 2004 Athens, Greece Olympic Games.