The legendary Liberty Silver was the first Black woman in Canada to receive a Juno Award in 1985, not to mention receiving an additional Juno the same night! Liberty Silver, the Grammy winner and two time Juno Award winnershaped the foundation of R&B/soul for an entire generation of black female singers in Canada! 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, Sir Bob A. Geldoff, B.B. King, Sheryl Lynn, Maya Angelou, Desmond Tutu, Celine Dion, The Temptations, Harry Belafonte, Don Rickles, Joan Rivers, Brian McKnight, Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, Jeffrey Osborne, J.T. Taylor, SOS Band, Oscar Peterson.The Canadian-born diva has been performing all across Canada and the world, her archives include: Antigua Jazz Festival, Ottawa Jazz, Jamaica Air, Canada Jazz Festival, Demurrer, International Jazz Festival, Beaches International Jazz, Guyana U.S. – Embassy- Habitat for Humanity, New York- Unveiling of Statue of Liberty, Barbados Jazz Festival, Greece- Technopolis, Trinidad Carnival 96, Mobile Alabama New Year’s Jam 2007.
Liberty Silver collaborated with various musical artists called Northern Lights for the humanitarian track entitled “Tears are not Enough”, which generated over 16 million dollars for Ethiopian Famine Relief and was nominated for over six Grammys… Her voice can expand 6-1/2 octaves. She won 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 Alan 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.