March 3, 2022, marks the fifth anniversary of Tommy Page’s passing. He had seven full-length albums, one EP and two compilations.
Tommy Page’s musical career started in 1985 when he and his brother Bill Page formed a band, Broken Promises. When studying at NYU, Tommy Page meets with Madonna’s producer Mark Kamins and Seymour Stein, the president of Sire Records. This meeting was the key to Tommy Page’s career taking off. His first hit was a ballad entitled A Shoulder to Cry On.
In 1990, Tommy Page did the opening act for New Kids On The Block. This concert led to another hit with the song I’ll Be Your Everything, and it included a backup harmony by Donnie Wahlberg, Jordan Knight, and Danny Wood. This piece was on his album Paintings in My Mind. Tommy Page appeared on various shows with the record’s success, including Regis & Kathy Lee.
In 1993, Tommy Page and Latin freestyle singer Sa-Fire formed a house-music group called La Casa in between the TV show appearances. They produced three songs, Show Me the Way, Get to You and Dance to My Music, all appearing on the album entitled New Faces.
Despite challenges, he had success in Asia, including Japan, with his two successful albums, Time in 1994 and Loving You in 1996. His last album was in 2000, with the record Ten Til Midnight.
In the 2000s, Tommy Page achieved success as an executive producer. He helped shape the musical careers of Michael Bublé, Alanis Morissette, Josh Groban, and Green Day.
In 2015, Tommy Page released a slower version of I Break Down 2015. The following year he released a compilations album, My Favorites.
Tommy Page’s contribution to music has honour. He leaves behind an incredible legacy.
Rest in peace, Tommy Page.