tommypageTommy Page (born Thomas Alden Page on May 24, 1970 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey) is a pop singer who achieved success during the late ’80s\early ’90s. He grew up in West Caldwell, New Jersey.

When he was 16 years old, Tommy worked as a cloakroom attendant in a popular nightclub in New York called Nell’s where he took the coats of celebrities such as Rob Lowe, Whitney Houston & the Beastie Boys.

The job gave Tommy a chance to play his demo tape to the house DJ who used the demos as part of his club mixes which became so impressive that he was introduced to Seymour Stein, the founder of Sire Records.
theshagAt the age of 18, he was asked to write the theme song to the 1989 film “Shag” and it was released as his first single. It’s unknown how or if the song charted.
tpage88In November of 1988, Tommy released his self-titled debut album which peaked at #166 on the Billboard 200.
shouldertocryonHis first charting single “A Shoulder To Cry On” peaked at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it his first chart appearance on the Hot 100 at the time.
zillonkissesThe follow-up single “A Zillion Kisses” missed the Hot 100, but managed to peak at #45 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Club Play Singles chart.


The two promotional singles “Turning Me On,” “I Think I’m in Love” didn’t appear to make a lot of impact on the charts at all.
ROIIn 1989, Tommy released the EP “Republic of Idols (R.O.I.)” which was released in Japan only. He would later tour with boy band New Kids on the Block.
paintingsIn 1990, he released his sophomore album “Paintings in My Mind” which peaked at #38 on the Billboard 200.
i'llbeyoureverythingThe lead single from the album “I’ll Be Your Everything” became a hit for Tommy, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for a week in April of 1990, making his only number-one hit to date. The song was co-written by New Kids on the Block members Jordan Knight and Danny Wood.
dreamofyouThe follow-up single “When I Dream of You” peaked at #42 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Tommy’s last appearance on the Hot 100 to date.

Another single released from the album “Turn On the Radio” didn’t appear to make the charts at all. He also released a holiday single “You Make Christmas Feel Like Heaven” which was only released in Japan and the United States.
fromtheheartIn 1991, Tommy released his third album “From the Heart” which peaked at #192 on the Billboard 200.

The singles released from the album “Whenever You Close Your Eyes,” “Under the Rainbow” and “My Shining Star” didn’t appear to make a lot of impact on the charts at all. During that same year, Tommy appeared as himself on the ABC series “Full House”, performing at Stephanie Tanner’s birthday party.
friendtorelyonIn 1992, he released his fourth album “A Friend to Rely On” as an appreciation to his fans in Asia. It’s unknown how much impact the album made on the music charts in Asia.
timeIn 1994, Tommy replaced Donny Osmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” for three months. During that same year, he released his fifth album “Time” which was released in Asia and Japan. He would later sign with Japanese record label Pony Canyon Records.


In 1995, Tommy released his first compliation album “Greatest Hits: Dedicated To You” and a year later, he released his sixth album “Loving You” which was released in Asia.
ten til midnightIt wasn’t until the spring of 2000 that Tommy released his seventh and recent album to date “Ten ‘Til Midnight” which was available on the Internet. He would later work as an A&R executive for the Warner Music Group.

In 2011, Tommy joined Billboard Magazine as a publisher where he created new features such as the “Industry Icon Award” and the “Power 100” list. In April of 2013, he joined Pandora Internet Media as the head of music partnerships.
ibreakdown2015These days, Tommy continues to perform in concerts around the world and in 2015, he released a new version of his 1990 song “I Break Down 2015.”

To see Tommy’s official website, go to:
http://www.tommypage.com/

To follow Tommy Page on Twitter, go to:
https://twitter.com/tommypage

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To see the music video for “A Zillion Kisses,” go to:

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To see the music video for “I’ll Be Your Everything,” go to:

To see the music video for “When I Dream Of You,” go to:

To see the music video for “Whenever You Close Your Eyes,” go to:

To see the music video for “Madly in Love” (from his album “From the Heart”), go to:

To see the music video for “Under the Rainbow,” go to:

To see the music video for “Heaven in Your Eyes” (from his album “A Friend to Rely On”), go to:

To see the music video for “I’m Always Dreaming of You” (featuring singer Sally Yeh from his album “A Friend to Rely On), go to

To see the music video for “Time” (the title song of his 1994 album), go to:

To see the music video for “Places in My Heart” (from his 1994 album “Time”), go to:

To see the music video for “The Best Part” (featuring singer Amy Mastura from his album “Loving You”), go to:

To see the music video for “Missing You” (from his album “Loving You”), go to:

To see the music video for “I Break Down 2015,” go to:

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