Jim Page (born 1949) is an American folk singer-songwriter and social activist.
Page was born in Palo Alto, California in 1949 and moved to Seattle in 1971.
Music career and activism
Seattle City Council member Nick Licata
presents Page with a formal proclamation
honoring the 40th anniversary of the Council's legalization of street music, in which Page played a key role.
He is known for his political songs and for his activism in support of buskers. He is one of the organizers of Buskerfest in Seattle. He frequently appears with Artis the Spoonman. He tours internationally, yet he still plays at Pike Place Market as a street performer.
Page began playing guitar at age 15.
In 1974, his protest song and testimony convinced the Seattle City Council to drop the requirement that street performers have a permit to perform.
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 
- A Shot of the Usual - Whid-Isle Records, LP, 1975
- On the Street Again - Whid-Isle Records, LP, 1976
- Hot Times - Whid-Isle Records, LP, 1979
- In the Act - First American Records, LP, 1980
- This Movie Is For Real - Nacksving, LP, 1982
- Visions In My View - Flying Fish, LP, 1986
- More Than Anything Else In The World, 1993
- Jim Page & Artis: On The
Street Sidewalk Again, cassette, 1994
- Whose World Is This, 1997
- Heroes and Survivors, 1997
- Gettin Squeezed, 1999
- Music From Big Red, 2001
- Collateral Damage, 2002
- Human Interesting - A Temporary Retrospective, 2002
- Seattle Songs, 2004
- Head Full of Pictures, 2006
- Jim Page & Artis: After All This Time, 2007
- I See What You Mean - Jim Page in Nashville, 2007
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