Silver was the name of the hero's horse in the long-running radio, and later, television program The Lone Ranger.
Silver is Canadian band Moist's debut album, released in 1994. It included the hits "Push", "Silver", and "Believe Me". This album would (arguably) be Moist's hardest and darkest album they've released alongside 1996's Creature.
Silver is the debut album of Jason Martin's Starflyer 59, released on March 3, 1994 on Tooth & Nail Records, a Christian record label. At the time of its release, the album was considered unique for an ethereal and occasionally gloomy musical tone which more closely resembled the sounds of mainstream artists such as My Bloody Valentine and the Smashing Pumpkins than of any other band in the world of Christian pop music.
Silver released in 1999 is a role-playing game on the PC, Sega Dreamcast and Macintosh. The game was produced by Infogrames initially on the PC, and later on the Dreamcast. The story focuses around a young warrior called David and his quest to retrieve his wife from the clutches of the villain Silver.
Silver is the third release by Jesu. This EP sees a more melodic and poppy side, especially vocally, to the previously crushing Jesu releases, gaining comparisons to legendary shoegazer bands such as My Bloody Valentine and Ride. The Japanese version of this album contains two additional demos, available on the band's Myspace page.
Silver is an album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1979 (see 1979 in music). It peaked at #28 on the albums chart. "(Ghost) Riders In The Sky" peaked at #2 on the singles chart; the two other singles, "Bull Rider" and "I'll Say It's True", reached #66 and #42, respectively.
Silver was a 1970s country-rock band, best known for their 1976 hit "Wham Bam". Members of the group included John Batdorf (formerly of Batdorf & Rodney), Brent Mydland (later of the Grateful Dead), as well as Tom Leadon, brother of the Eagles' Bernie Leadon. Phil Hartman designed the cover art for Silver, the group's lone album.