Lisa Silver is a songwriter with numerous credits. Below is a partial listing.
40 Hour Week, Alabama (#1, Grammy Nominee)
One Promise Too Late, Reba McIntyre (#1)
Maggie’s Dream, Don Williams (Top 10), Trisha Yearwood
Things Are Tough All Over, Shelby Lynne (Top 20)
Willow In the Wind, Kathy Mattea
Playin’ For Keeps, Tanya Tucker
The Nature of Things—Randy Travis
Playin’ In the Same Band, Charlie Daniels
Angel Kisses, Crystal Gayle
As Long as You’re Lovin’ Me, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
The song "Forty Hour Week" was nominated for a Grammy for Country Song of the Year in 1986. I attended a pre-awards party and was given the nominee card to wear so I could get in the door! Lisa's Memories of Writing "Forty Hour Week" Writing with Dave Loggins and Don Schlitz was an unforgettable experience. They are master songwriters and were my mentors when I was a songwriter at MCA Music on Nashville's Music...
Maggie’s Dream”” is a song written by Lisa Silver and Dave Loggins. Don Williams reached #11 on the US Country Charts in 1984.
Lisa Silver Was Named
Music City News Rising Star
Music City News was founded in 1963 by country singer Faron Young.
The magazine began conferring its annual awards in 1967 and started televising them in 1978 and launching a partnership with TNN in 1989 for widespread distribution.
Music City News was published for 37 years before it ceased operation. At one time the magazine had nearly 50,000 subscribers and was one of country music’s most respected voices.