Deborah Silver has mastered the art of delivering a thoroughly entertaining show. Together with special guest artists from TV and the Broadway stage, Silver transports audiences to the days of glamorous Las Vegas showrooms with a hint of Grand Ole Opry. With a complete book for symphonies, a trio, or anything in between, Deborah brings lush arrangements of classic songs that journey through almost every genre blending gems from the Great American Songbook with jazz, blues, pop, Broadway and country favorites. Audiences across America instantly become fans, not just because of her vocals, but because Deborah Silver is a one-woman variety act, complete with comedic timing and infectious energy. As a true entertainer, Deborah Silver knows how to throw a party for her audience.




Deborah Silver's album, The Gold Standards, an out-of-the-box smash, entered at #1 on Billboard's Traditional Jazz Albums Chart, #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers Album Chart (new artist across all genres), #2 on Billboard's Jazz Album Chart and #10 on Billboard's Independent Album Chart and the Billboard Top 200.

Silver launched her commercial recording career in the company of legendary Grammy winners - including producer Steve Tyrell; arranger Alan Broadbent (who won his first Grammy for Natalie Cole's "Unforgettable") and two-time Grammy winning vocalist Jack Jones, who duets with her on "I've Got a Crush On You". Multi-platinum jazz singer Ann Hampton Callaway is featured on "The Glory of Love".

Deborah Silver has delighted sold out audiences nationwide at Lincoln Center and Feinstein's 54 Below in New York, Catalina's Jazz Club in Los Angeles and The Colony's Royal Room in Palm Beach. In Los Angeles, she played Diana Morales in A Chorus Line, hosted for both Showtime Network and Disney. Other television credits include The Young and the Restless, Days of Our Lives, Santa Barbara and Golden Girls.