Liberty Silver was born to entertain. With a career spanning more than 35 years, her career started at the at of 12, when she opened for reggae legend Bob Marley at Madison Square Gardens in New York City. Six plus octave range.

She has won two Juno Awards.  One for Best R & B Soul Recording of the year for her hit song Lost Somewhere Inside Your Love and the other for Best Reggae/Calypso recording for the song Heaven Must Have Sent You, with Otis Gayle.

She appeared on the platinum selling 1985 African charity ensemble single Tears Are Not Enough singing a duet with Mike Reno of Loverboy in which se won a Grammy for that collaboration.  Her song “Love’s Eternity Gate went double platinum and won 5 Black Music Awards, and in 2005 she received the ACAA, for Arts & Entertainment.

Early in her career, she competed as a vocalist on Star Search – the equivalent to American Idol – where she won the competition several weeks in a row.

She has participated in many historic events including Nelson Mandela’s visit to Toronto.  She has toured the world and has opened for BB King, the Temptations and Harry Belafonte; and has performed or collaborated with Eddie Bullen, David Foster, Bryan Adams, Joni Mitchell and many others.

She has won numerous awards including, Jazz Report’s Female Jazz Singer of the Year. Her 1999 song, “Love’s Eternity Gate”, went double platinum and won 5 Black Music Awards, and in 2005, she received the ACAA, for Arts and Entertainment. She also co-wrote and performed 2 Olympic theme songs for Atlanta and Greece.

A lover of jazz music, she believes it is the blueprint for all other musics and continues to perform and appear at jazz music festivals across the globe.

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