Kevin Paige
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Kevin Paige
Kevin Paige
Born (1966-10-10) October 10, 1966 (age 52)
Memphis, TN
Zomba Music Group
Debbie Gibson

Kevin Paige (born October 10, 1966, Memphis, Tennessee) is a recording artist on Chrysalis who was most active in the late 1980s and early 1990s. His eponymously titled 1989 solo album sported a pair of top 40 dance-pop singles, "Don't Shut Me Out" and "Anything I Want".[1]


After the success of his self-titled debut album, Paige toured as an opening act on pop singer Debbie Gibson's world tour.[2]

He went on to become a songwriter for Zomba Music Group and a music-minister at Lindenwood Christian Church in Memphis, before becoming music director at Catholic Church of the Incarnation in Collierville, Tennessee.[3] He also released a Christmas CD with his wife, Bethany Paige, entitled A W.O.W. Christmas in 2004, as well as a contemporary Christian disc entitled Faith, Hope, Love, Passion that same year. Kevin and Bethany released the CD This Much Love in 2006, which includes secular and non secular songs written by Kevin.


Studio albums

Title Album details US
Kevin Paige 107


Year Title US
1989 "Don't Shut Me Out" 18 Kevin Paige
1990 "Anything I Want" 29
"A Touch of Paradise" --


  1. ^ a b Kevin Paige chart history, Billboard. Accessed December 17, 2017.
  2. ^ "Kevin Paige," Rare and Obscure Music, August 28, 2010.
  3. ^ Bob Mehr, "Kevin and Bethany Paige leaving behind Alfred's gig for job at Church of the Incarnation,", May 28, 2015.
  4. ^ Kevin Paige Billboard 200, Billboard, 1989.

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