Liberty Silver

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LIBERTY SILVER

 

DATE: Saturday July, 30th
EVENT: Soul Jazz in the Vineyard
STAGE: Soutbrook Winery
ADDRESS: 581 Niagara Stone Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake
TIME: 8PM – 11PM
TICKET PRICE: $49


BAND MEMBERS:

Artist: Liberty Silver

ABOUT YOU:

Multiple Award-Winning recording artist Liberty has been a supporting act or shared the stage with prominent and influential figures, that include US President Barack Obama, Bob Marley, Maya Angelou, Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu, Celine Dion, The Temptations, Oscar Peterson, Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight and former Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev.

HISTORY:

Liberty Silver has sold millions of records and CD’s worldwide, in multiple genres ranging from R&B, Jazz, Multi-Platinum dance tracks, Reggae, Pop, Country and Gospel.

She has performed at some of the most celebrated festivals including; Antigua Jazz Festival, Ottawa Jazz Festival, Jamaican Air Canada Jazz Festival, Barbados Jazz Festival, to name a few.

Liberty Silver co-hosted the televised World Basketball Championship ceremony with TV Star Alan Thicke. Hosted her own TV series called Centre Stage Chronicles.

Co-Wrote and performed the official Olympics theme song for the 1996 Atlanta, Georgia, and 2004 Athens, Greece Olympic Games.

YOUTUBE:

https://www.youtube.com/user/LibertySilver1/videos

OTHER:

A Vocal Master Class

AWARDS:

Multiple Juno Award-Winning Artist
Grammy Award in association with the song and for her performance on the song “Tears Are Not Enough” with the world-renowned group Northern Lights
Five Black Music Awards
Three Rock Express Awards
Shuremic Award Best Female Vocalist
Bob Marley Memorial Award
CHIN International Songwriting Award
African Achievement Award for Arts & Entertainment
The ABC Award for the Top 100 Canadian Black Business
Women Of All Time
Top Female Jazz Singer Winner and Female Vocal and Original Composition Award Nominee at the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards

Three Genie Nominations

PRAISE/QUOTES:

“Liberty Silver’s performance was as tasteful as Beethoven’s Sonata” – Paul Sanderson (Globe & Mail)