Tommy Page

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Thomas Alden "Tommy" Page (May 24, 1970 – March 3, 2017) was an American singer-songwriter and pianist. He was best known for his 1990 hit single, "I'll Be Your Everything". He later became a music industry executive for Billboard magazine.

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Page worked with many artists such as New Kids on the Block, Sa-Fire, La Casa, Sally Yeh, Donna De Lory, Amy Mastura, Ashley Tisdale, Tiffany, Green Day, Michael Bublé, Alanis Morissette, Josh Groban, and David Foster.

Page was born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey and raised in West Caldwell, New Jersey.[1] He studied at James Caldwell High School.[2] Page had three children with his partner, Charlie.[3]

Page died on March 3, 2017 in New York City in an apparent suicide, aged 46.[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. Hunt, Dennis. "Who Wants to Be Tied to New Kids? Not Singer/Songwriter Tommy Page", Los Angeles Times, May 20, 1990. Accessed October 25, 2015. "A native of tiny West Caldwell, N.J., Page was working as a coat-check boy in a New York dance club when he convinced the deejay to play his demo tape, which the dancers liked."
  2. "James Caldwell alumni hold multi-class reunion", Lifestyles". Accessed October 25, 2015. "Some of those in attendance were Caldwell Police Lt. Marc Driggs, Class of '86; Tommy Page, Class of '85 who is a pop star in the Music Industry with a former No. 1 hit, 'I'll be your everything,' as well as acting credits on shows including Full House;
  3. Kelley, Seth (March 4, 2017). "Tommy Page, 'I'll Be Your Everything' Singer & Music Executive, Dies at 46". Variety. ISSN 0042-2738.
  4. "Tommy Page, Singer and Former Billboard Publisher, Dies at 46". Billboard. March 4, 2017. ISSN 0006-2510.

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