Singer Deborah Silver's 'The Gold Standards' Debuts At #1 On Two Billboard Charts

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South Florida-based singer Deborah Silver has earned the top slot, the #1 Billboard magazine chart positions, in both the Traditional Jazz Album chart and the Heatseeker Album chart with her release, The Gold Standards. The Gold Standards also earned the #2 spot on the Billboard Jazz Album chart, the #10 spot on the Independent Album chart and the #150 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

In the past two months, former #1 artists on The Traditional Jazz Album Chart included Frank Sinatra and Willie Nelson with Ultimate Sinatra and Summer Time: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin, respectively.

On The Gold Standards, Silver duets with the legendary 2x Grammy-winning vocalist Jack Jones on "I've Got a Crush on You" and the multi-platinum jazz singer Ann Hampton Callaway on "The Glory of Love." The Gold Standards was produced by Grammy-winning producer Steve Tyrell and music producer Jon Allen.

"I'm thrilled! It is a tremendous honor to be named the #1 artist in any one category, but to land the top spot on two Billboard charts is extremely humbling. I am so grateful to everyone who has worked on this project including my producers Steve Tyrell and Jon Allen, my arranger, Alan Broadbent, and the iconic vocalists Jack Jones and Anne Hampton Callaway," says Silver. "The Billboard recognition is incredible, yet it inspires me to push myself to work even harder. I am very thankful to everyone who has supported this album."

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