Dance-pop singer Kevin Paige was created Oct 10, 1966, in Memphis; the youngest of nine kids, his dad was a radio vocalist for NBC through the 1940s. After generating consecutive All-State drummer honors in senior high school, Paige gigged with several local bands, like the Press, Xavion, and Finger Printing before mounting a single career and putting your signature on to Chrysalis in 1989 release a his self-titled debut LP. The recording launched a set of Best 40 singles, “Don’t Shut Me Out” and “Anything I’D LIKE,” and gained him an area as the starting take action on Debbie Gibson’s globe tour. Although another Chrysalis release had not been forthcoming, Paige continued to be a constant around the Memphis live picture for a long time to follow.
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