Gregory Page In Concert . Internationally acclaimed performing songwriter.
“Gregory Page is American Music.”
London born Gregory Page is an eclectic, prolific, genre-bending performing songwriter, balladeer, recording artist, film maker, art activist, music producer & published poet. With an extensive discography, Gregory Page has toured the world many times over from Australia to Europe and Asia having performed in a wide range of iconic venues such as London’s 02 Arena, headlining the main hall at the Paradiso in Amsterdam and international music festivals such as Woodford & Manly. A third-generation musician, he grew up surrounded by family members who performed and recorded traditional Irish music. His parents were musicians who met while touring with their respective bands, “The Beat Chics” & “The Martians.”
With endearing stage presence, evocative lyrics, stunning guitar work and warm voice, Gregory Page seamlessly draws from imagination and experience transcending traditions of folk, Celtic, Armenian, American Roots, ragtime, blues, swing and French Romanticism into his own signature idiom that has been described as “Americeltic.”
From the BBC to NPR to film and television soundtracks, The Gregory Page Songbook captures life through the lens of music with stunning realism and “optimistic melancholy.” The timely and timeless lyrics of this ardent dreamer resonate with audiences everywhere as Gregory Pagepaints a better world one song at a time. From Amsterdam to Australia to Asia to Armenia to The Coffee Gallery Backstage!
“Home is where the heart is. But from my point of view; Home is where the guitar is.” ~ Gregory Page..
Gregory Page just released the following video capturing a live Rotterdam performance of the last song on A Wild Rose—the timely, timeless and anthemic “Love’s Stronger Than Hatred”: https://vimeo.com/343096908
“Eclectic country-tinged folk music. Perfect for summer evenings on the porch. A Wild Rose is a great album” ~ Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull.
Saturday August 31, 2019 | 7:00 PM | $20.00
Reservations: (626) 798-6236
Reservations are strongly suggested. Seating is limited.
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