Tommy Page, singer-songwriter and music industry exec, dies at 46

Nineties pop singer Tommy Page, age 46, was found dead on Friday.

In 2011, Page left Warner Bros./Reprise to join Billboard as associate publisher. "We are all mour".

Page previously was the senior vice president at Cumulus Media Inc. and also had worked for Internet radio company Pandora.

Ultimately releasing 7 full-length solo albums, Page enjoyed early success co-writing the hit "I'll Be Your Everything" with New Kids on the Block members Jordan Knight and Danny Wood. Although the cause of death has yet to be determined, friends of the deceased suggest his death was caused by suicide, kompas.com reported. His self-titled debut album was released in 1988 and was notable for hits including "I Think I'm in Love" and "A Shoulder to Cry On".

Page married husband Charlie and had three kids.

"We are all mourning the loss of our friend and colleague Tommy Page", said Billboard Entertainment Group President John Amato, according to Billboard.

Page endeared himself to fans of sitcom Full House when he sang "Stephanie" to Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) at her birthday party, went on a date with DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure) and was called a "babe" by one of the Olsen twins on the episode "Crush".

In more recent years Tommy had been touring the Philippines, where he was still quite famous, and working for Warner Bros as a VP in A&R, where he mentored famous singers and bands like Michael Buble, Alanis Morissette, Charice, Green Day and V Factory. "He was a magnetic soul and a true entertainer".

  • Salvatore Jensen