Liberty Silver (born 1961/1962 in Detroit, Michigan) is a Canadian singer, based in Toronto, Ontario.
She won two 1985 Juno Awards, one for Best R&B/Soul Recording of the Year ("Lost Somewhere Inside Your Love") and the other for Best Reggae/Calypso Recording ("Heaven Must Have Sent You" with Otis Gayle).
As a teenager, she performed in a reggae band which performed in New York City as an opening act for Bob Marley at Madison Square Garden.
She performed on the 1985 African charity ensemble single "Tears Are Not Enough", singing a duet with Mike Reno of Loverboy.
- ^ Brownstein, Bill (26 July 1986). "Making waves: Silver set to take over Le Portage". The (Montreal) Gazette. p. D6.. Indicates Detroit birthplace with Kingston, Ontario childhood.
- ^ Brownstein, Bill (4 August 1986). "Silver was a bargain unlikely to be repeated". The (Montreal) Gazette. p. C5. Identified as 24-year-old.
- ^ Barr, Greg (3 February 1989). "Liberty Silver: Unleashing that amazing voice". Ottawa Citizen. p. B3.