Page is well known in coffee houses and folk clubs in Seattle and the northwest, as well as in Britain and Ireland, where he toured for several years. His best known songs include "Fireside", his first song, written in 1967, Hiroshima Nagasaki Russian Roulette", an anti-nuclear weapons song from his 1976 album "On the Street Again", later covered by Moving Hearts and Christy Moore, "On the Street Again", "Time Enough for Questions When the Killing's Done", about the eternal quest for a 'man of honor', "Cultus Bay Serenade", "Miles and Miles", about the modernization of the San Francisco Bay Area, "Anna Mae", "An Old Pair of Red Shoes", and "Gasworks Park".
He has also questioned US involvement in the Iraq war
^Bush, James (1999), Encyclopedia of Northwest Music: From Classical Recordings to Classic Rock Performances, Your Guide to the Best of the Region, Seattle, Wash: Sasquatch Books, pp. 255-256, ISBN1-57061-141-6