22 June 1970 (age 49)
Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Steven Page is a singer-songwriter who was born in 1970 in Scarborough, Ontario. Page was the co-frontman (along with Ed Robertson) for Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies from the group's inception in 1988 until February 2009, his work with the group receiving international critical acclaim. Steve left the band amicably to pursue other opportunities including solo projects and theatrical opportunities, a prominent example being the musical effort The Vanity Project.
In 2005, he released a solo album that involved collaborating with Lilac Time member and original Duran Duran singer Stephen "Tintin" Duffy under that name. In 2008, he also notably performed a concert of cover songs with "The Art of Time Ensemble" in Toronto. A studio album featuring the songs performed live with the ensemble came out before too long. As well, Page wrote music for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in the summer of 2009. Page has perhaps gotten the most attention under his own name for his solo album 'Page One', a 2010 release that earned acclaim from several music critics.
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