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Kelly Silver, founder of Silver Lining Entertainment, 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. She soon began winning awards for dance, as well her skills as a singer and pianist, including the British Arts Awards, “Best All Round Entertainer”. She landed roles on the BBC television shows Kids International and You Should Be So Lucky. She performed onstage with UK comedy duo Cannon and Ball and appeared in stage productions as Annie in Annie and Nancy in Oliver. She also began developing another talent, songwriting. At sixteen, Kelly left home to attend a professional theatrical school where she trained in dance, voice and drama. Upon graduation, she decided to focus on singing. She was the opening act for UK chart-topping act, 2 Unlimited. As a recording artist, after moving to New York, she has worked with many notable producers, including Tony Visconti (David Bowie, T. Rex), Kelly sang ‘Dangerous Games’, featured in the Austrian film Love Games, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. 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. Kelly began putting her diverse musical background to use as a DJ, and has performed at numerous clubs and private events. She also returned to school to study Audio Engineering, a skill she uses in recording her original songs and in live performances.


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