Steven Page’s distinctive and powerful tenor is among the most immediately familiar voices in popular music today. The singer/songwriter is a founding member of The Barenaked Ladies with whom he toured the globe and sold millions of albums. On his own, Steven Page continues his artistic evolution with a diverse array of solo projects. “I’d like to think I’m still delivering that thing that has connected with audiences for so long. I enjoy the process of being artistic, of taking chances and not knowing what might come next.”
To that end, Steven Page is working on his fifth Stratford Festival score, and in conjunction with Toronto’s innovative Art of Time Ensemble, he has collaborated on two releases, This Singer Must Die and Sgt. Pepper as well as several live performances. With his flair for writing literate songs with catchy melodies, Steven Page continues to release original music including his critically acclaimed album Page One, his Genie-nominated track, “A Different Sort of Solitude” - featured in the film French Immersion - and his composition “A New Shore” - the theme for the 2014 CBC miniseries BEST LAID PLANS.
A life-long food and travel enthusiast, Steven Page journeyed across North America last year as host of The Illegal Eater, a television series which uncovers underground eateries and explores off-the-grid dining experiences. The show, which airs on Travel + Escape in Canada and Esquire TV in the US, also features a theme song and incidental music penned by Steven.
Still touring regularly with his six piece band of multi-instrumentalists, Steven Page is working on new material set for release later this year.