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Kevin Paige

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  • Years Active: 1980s, 1990s


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Dance-pop singer Kevin Paige was born October 10, 1966, in Memphis; the youngest of nine children, his father was a radio singer for NBC during the 1940s. After earning consecutive All-State drummer honors in high school, Paige gigged with a number of local bands, including the Press, Xavion, and Finger Print before mounting a solo career and signing to Chrysalis in 1989 to release his self-titled debut LP. The album launched a pair of Top 40 singles, "Don't Shut Me Out" and "Anything I Want," and earned him a spot as the opening act on Debbie Gibson's world tour. Although a second Chrysalis release was not forthcoming, Paige remained a constant on the Memphis live scene for years to follow.


Kevin Paige (born October 10, 1966, Memphis, Tennessee) was a recording artist on Chrysalis in the late 1980s and early 1990s. His eponymously titled solo album sported a pair of top 40 dance-pop singles, "Don't Shut Me Out" and "Anything I Want". This success won him a spot as the opening act on bubblegum pop chanteuse Debbie Gibson's world tour.

Paige went on to become a songwriter for Zomba Music Group and he is a music-minister at Lindenwood Christian Church in Memphis. He also released a Christmas CD with his wife, Bethany Paige, entitled A W.O.W. Christmas in 2004, as well as a contemporary Christian disc entitled Faith, Hope, Love, Passion that same year. Kevin and Bethany released the CD This Much Love in 2006, which includes secular and non secular songs written by Kevin.