Fiona Silver is a pixie-sized powerhouse, born and bred in New York City, with a take no prisoners punk ethic. Silver is not only a singer, but also a songwriter, producer, guitarist and, “rockstar, period.” [Beautiful Savage Magazine] Her evocative artistry encompasses the doe-eyed playfulness of 1960s girl groups (a nod to one of her personal mentors, Ronnie Spector), along with strains of vintage soul, edgy pop, and gritty Rock N Roll. Her latest EP, Hostage of Love, is a masterstroke both vulnerable and rebellious. Inspired by events from her tumultuous life, filled with dire beauty and vital sorrow, Fiona has emerged as the dynamic artist she is today, mesmerizing audiences with an essence of seductive charm and a captivating innocence. Known largely for her powerful voice and soulful twist on gritty Rock ‘N Roll, Silver melds and bends genres together to create her own sound, capturing both raw power and pure honesty. U.K.’s Phoenix Magazine, named her a “female pioneer smashing glass ceilings… torching patriarchal rock.”
After touring North America with 4x Grammy Winner Gary Clark Jr., Fiona Silver continues to rise upon the music scene. Legendary Rock ‘N Roll DJ Rodney Bingenheimer (who broke bands like Joan Jett and the Ramones) premiered Silver’s songs on KROQ and Sirius XM, calling her music “beyond amazing.” Silver has the added distinction of being endorsed by Telefunken Microphones, Reverend Guitars and Luna Guitars. Since the release of her debut album Little Thunder, Silver has also released a slew of singles, toured extensively throughout North America, opened for bands like Black Pumas, Andrew W. K., performed alongside Carlos Santana and had the honor of being in Gwen Stefani’s band on television for NBC’s Christmas and New Year’s specials in Rockefeller Center.