For the harmonies & the melodies
For the love of grunge & the best rock band that ever lived
For the greatest guitarist ever
For the Latin Romeo in us all
For the most beautiful vocals ever
For the voice that can make me cry
For the greatest gift that the UK has bestowed upon the world other than the English Premier League
For the love of Cowgirl songs
For keeping on rocking in the free world
For the thinking man’s band that rocks for all ages
For the coolness that is Rumba Flamenco
For me to fall in love with while she is on stage
For the riff rock gods
Our Lady Peace
For the eclectic to the somber songs
Canadian singer-guitarist-songwriter, Steven Page is the first to admit that between his divorce, his split with the Barenaked Ladies and his infamous cocaine bust, he’s had a rough couple of years. But what didn’t kill him has made him stronger. The 39-year-old Juno winner now says he’s turned a corner and is back on track, professionally and personally.
This week, Page released his first post-BNL album A Singer Must Die, on which he covers tunes by the likes of Leonard Cohen, Radiohead and Elvis Costello with the backing of Toronto pianist Andrew Burashko and his avant-garde jazz and classical group The Art of Time Ensemble. His next move is a string of Ontario tour dates over the next three weeks with the AOTE, which begins Wednesday.
Post that Page wants to focus on getting his solo record out, which he says is basically done, and once that is out he wants to go on a coast to coast North American tour. Recorded with pop producer John Fields, the disc of new songs deals with Page’s recent problems — but he says that it still has a lot of upbeat songs.
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