Kelly Silver

Looking in a mirror
(K. Silver/A. Ruotolo)
You are the One
(R. Silver)
Fever
(K. Silver/B. Allecca/M. Brown)
Wash away the pain
(K. Silver/B. Allecca/M. Brown)
Make Believe
(K. Silver/A. Ruotolo)
The Last Dance
(R. Silver)
Voices Calling
(K. Silver/A. Ruotolo)
Make my day
(T. Visconti)
Control
(T. Visconti)
Feel the heat
(B. Allecca/M. Brown)
Dreaming of
(K. Silver/CT)
One and Only Lover
(R. Silver)
In a heartbeat
(K. Silver)
Chat me up
(K. Silver/A. Ruotolo)
Hit it on my website
(K. Silver/A. Ruotolo)
Make me scream
(B. Allecca/M. Brown)
Illusion
(Ashley Ingram/Lee John/Steve Jolly/Tony Swain)
Pray tomorrow comes
(R. Silver)

The Strange Angels

Cash
(K. Silver/CT/Sean Lee/G. Roche)
Wrong
(K. Silver/G. Roche/The Next Room)
How Long
(K. Silver)
Come on Party
(R. Silver)


Kelly Silver.....


...was born into a musical family just outside London; her mother, a singer and dancer, her father, a drummer and artist manager. 
        By the age of five she was performing on stage in her mother’s cabaret show. By six, Kelly had won awards for her dancing and would go on to win many more, not only for her dancing, but also for her for talents as a singer and pianist. 
        As an actor, she landed her first role at seven playing Kira in Jim Henson's film “The Dark Crystal”, by the time she was nine she had landed a role on the BBC television series “Kids International”. She and the group went on to perform at the West End's Dominion Theatre with the internationally acclaimed comedy team Cannon and Ball.
    Tragically, when Kelly was just ten, her mother passed away suddenly.  Emotionally unable to care for Kelly and her brother, their father left them in the care of their uncle, who raised them as his own. Kelly was able to return to performing two years later, appearing in another BBC television show, “You Should Be So Lucky” and in many amateur productions including playing the roles of Annie in “Annie” and Nancy in “Oliver”.  By this time, she was developing yet another talent, songwriting.
     At sixteen, Kelly left home to pursue her dreams of becoming an astronaut and part-time dental hygienist…. and, of course, go to a professional theatrical school where she spent the next three years training in dance, voice and drama. Upon graduation, she decided to focus on singing. She has performed in the Hackney Empire and opened for the UK chart topping act, “2 Unlimited”.
        As a recording artist, Kelly sang “Dangerous Games” featured in the Austrian film “Love Games”, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. The song was penned by her brother, the award-winning songwriter, Richard Silver. 
        Kelly has recorded for many producers including the renowned Tony Visconti. She has performed for the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and has appeared as a vocalist on the records “Thirteen Stories”, “Living in America” and the children's record “Guess Who Zoo”. She also returned to school to study Audio Engineering, a skill she uses in recording her original material.  
        Kelly has also written and recorded as part of the duo “The Strange Angels” and continues to work as a vocalist at numerous private and corporate events.  
 
Ms. Silver is currently based in New York.


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