A new page turns in the career of Canadian music star

The Golden Civic Centre is preparing to host an evening with Steven Page on March 20

The Golden Civic Centre is getting prepared to host a singer with one of the most identifiable voices in Canadian Music.

Page One is new set of songs for Steven Page yet it will have some of the same vintage sounds that made him a star.

For the album Page assembled a stellar crew beginning with co-writing the songs with Stephen Duffy and Craig Northey (The Odds). The album is co-produced by Page and John Fields; the two playing most instruments, along with guests Pete Thomas (Elvis Costello); Esthero; Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket); Kevin Fox; Prince’s NPG brass section, The Hornheads; Bryden, Jesse and Jay Baird (Feist); and the late Will Owsley in one of his last recordings..

For the album Page assembled a stellar crew beginning with co-writing the songs with Stephen Duffy and Craig Northey (The Odds).

Steven Page, the former lead singer for the band Bare Naked Ladies will share with the audience songs filled with themes of love, loss, and new beginnings.

These are universally felt, and no less so for Page.

Page One marks his first solo release since leaving Bare Naked Ladies, the highly-successful band he co-founded, wrote and performed with for more than 20 years.

The show will be happening on Tuesday, March 20 at the Golden Civic Centre.



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