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Gary Page

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Born Gary Edward Page in a front room in Whitbread Avenue, Bedford in the mid 70s, the Page family relocated in the mid 80’s to Eastbourne for a life by the sea.
It was at Secondary School that G decided he quite fancied the idea of playing the drums. Part of the attraction was that it could excuse him from Religious Education class. Upon leaving school, his first band, the Jovial Jesters were formed. Unfortunately they had split by the time college had started the following September. They never played a gig.

The next six years went by in a haze of tea, biscuits & The Smiths. By this time the aspiring songwriter had taught himself enough chords that he could create his ultimate goal, POP SONGS.
After a five month stint on the road as drum tech with the band Easyworld in 2002, G decided it was time to return to Eastbourne & concentrate on his songs & to finally play a live gig.
That gig was the first of two acoustic shows in Brighton in one day and all for charity. Not exactly Phil Collins at Live Aid, but it was a start.
In 2005 East Magazine ran a favourable review of Gs gig at Café Blue. “Gary Page’s songs are good, classic POP SONGS.” 2006 saw G play gigs in Brighton and even ventured to that London.
In April of that year he supported Q Magazine’s fave Duke Special at the Underground Theatre in his native Eastbourne.
On hearing a CD of G’s songs, Chris Difford of the legendary band Squeeze remarked that the tunes were “really good.”
Gary is also part of David Fords live band and contributed some backing vocals on his debut album ‘I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I Have Caused’

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