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Former Frontman of Barenaked Ladies

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Sunday, Oct 21, 2018

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Steven Page Trio

One of Canada’s most distinctive tenors, Steven Page returns to the U.S. for one of his biggest tours in years. Known as the former frontman for Barenaked Ladies (2018 inductees in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame), Steven will tour with his trio (Craig Northey, guitar; Kevin Fox, cello). Page is also. Steven will be playing music from his upcoming album, Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II as well as songs from his BNL and solo catalogues.

About Steven Page Trio

Steven recently reunited with Barenaked Ladies for their induction into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame at the 2018 Juno Awards this March, nearly 30 years since their genesis. Of the induction, Steven posted on social media: “I have so many great memories of my years with Barenaked Ladies, from our beginning in our parents’ basements to playing our songs for audiences all over the world. I’m incredibly proud of all we achieved together. I’m humbled by our induction into the Hall of Fame.”

Since leaving Barenaked Ladies in 2009, Steven has continued his artistic evolution with a diverse array of solo projects. He has composed six theatrical scores for Canada’s Stratford Festival, including 2016’s production of Macbeth, collaborated and toured with Toronto’s innovative Art of Time ensemble and journeyed across North America as host of TV’s The Illegal Eater while continuing to write, release and perform his original music. Steven is currently working on a Stratford-commissioned musical he’s writing with Governor General’s Award-winner Daniel MacIvor and a new album of his own original material entitled Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II is scheduled for release this year.

What Other People Have Been Saying...

“….a disarming honesty, buoyed by a sense of humor.” – The New York Times

“Playful, witty and engaging, he’s singing through the pain.” – Huffington Post

“… recaptures the quirkiness and pop sensibility of those early best-selling BNL releases.” – Music Express