Sylver Logan Sharp, the most authentically soulful, acoustic instrument to emerge in a decade. Combining classical training with a natural ear for R&B, gospel, jazz and pop forms, Sylver’s voice is a resonant force that goes straight to the heart. Her sultry, sassy vocal arrangements are best highlighted by accompaniment that wraps around her singular interpretive style.
Her first solo release, "Right Through Me" is a song that fits this vocal niche. It embodies Sylver’s penetrating, sonorous sounds and sets her a cappella tones in a comfortable place that oozes emotional truth.
"Just add water", says producer Nile Rodgers, when discussing Sylver’s versatile talents. Her passionate, unique style captured Rodgers and the co-creator of CHIC, the late Bernard Edwards, who would ultimately choose Sylver as lead singer of the reunion group formed in 1991.
After years of fronting bands and performing background vocals with artists such as, Jean Carne, Yolanda Adams, Donna Summer, Glenn Jones and Tony Terry, Sylver’s stage presence can be described as captivating. Her voice has been heard on chart topping singles such as "CHIC Mystique", "Your Love", and the hit track "Lady Marmalade", released in France. It was this recording that garnered Sylver the title "Chanteuse Extraordinaire" at the National Radio Convention in Antibes, France and awarded her the "Les Etoiles de L’Or de la FM".
Sylver’s radiant voice can be heard in the films "Curdled", "Ricochet", "Rush Hour 2" and "Eventual Wife" and on the stellar award winning CD "More than a Melody" and the "Experience" CD, both by Yolanda Adams. Sylver’s television appearances include "The Jonathan Ross Show" out of London, "Late Night with Johnny Carson", NBC’s "Your Big Break", VH1’s "Divas Live 2000", "Showtime at the Apollo" and "The Montel Williams Show". Recent recording credits include soon to be released CDs by Gladys Knight, Michael Bolton and Tina Arena.