14 April 1963 (age 54)
Gregory Page (born 14 April 1963 in London, England) is an American-Irish singer, songwriter, guitarist, cabaret artist, record producer and filmmaker. In the 1990s, Gregory was a member of The Rugburns.
As a teenager, Page attended Trinity College of Music where he studied classical guitar and composition. At the age of sixteen, Page moved to Southern California where he began writing and recording music. Besides working on his own music, Page has also worked with eclectic array of artists such as Jason Mraz, John Doe, Jewel, Tom Brosseau, Steve Poltz and A.J. Croce. In 1996, John Doe, formerly of the band X, provided lead guitar on and produced his independently released Fare thee Well album. His collaboration and friendship with Croce enticed him to join A.J.'s label Seedling Records and to release his CD, Love Made Me Drunk.
He is currently living in Southern California and frequently tours Europe and Australia.
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