Steven Page is a natural in front of a crowd. Having shot to international fame as the co-founder of The Barenaked Ladies, Page now boasts an impressive solo career, where he continues to showcase his creative genius. A witty, endearing, and searingly honest speaker, Page continues to earn his rightful place in our national conversation.
Page spent over two decades with The Barenaked Ladies, writing and co-writing hit songs such as “The Old Apartment,” “If I Had $1000000,” and “Brian Wilson,” among dozens of others. Along the way, the band earned accolades from all over the world, sold millions of albums, received two Billboard Awards, and six Juno Awards. In 2018, the band, along with Page, were Inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and the JUNO Awards Hall of Fame.
As an independent artist, Page has released five solo albums, including his most recent, Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt.2. Since the spring of 2020, with traditional live events postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Page has been hosting weekly live streams from his home.
Page has also collaborated on two albums and toured with Toronto’s eclectic Art of Time Ensemble, and he’s has written six theatrical scores for the Stratford Festival. Together with Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Daniel McIvor, Page has co-written a musical, Here’s What It Takes.
In addition, Page has also spoken at TEDx Toronto, and traveled North America as host of TV’s The Illegal Eater.