Chris Page
Chris Page

(some) CHRIS PAGE ALBUM RELEASE DETAILS REVEALED! /

January 15, 2010

Chris Page is just a month away from releasing “A Date with a Smoke Machine,” his terrific new solo record that is slowly gathering steam among radio/press folk in our good nation. He has a whole new Facebook group here (http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#/pages/Chris-Page/247010061488?ref=ts), where you can keep up to the minute on what is planned for February and March. Tour dates include Ontario and a jaunt out to Alberta.

We have an awesome show planned for Ottawa on February 27th…we’ve rented out the hallowed Dom Polski SPK (Waverley/Bank) and are happy to have CKCU and Beau’s on board to sponsor the event. We’ll be helping out their funding drive season, and there are even some food surprises to come as well…so get ready! Page and the Micarza boys are in Wakefield this weekend too if you are up to the task!

SATURDAY JANUARY 16TH
WAKEFIELD, QC
Kaffe 1870
w/ Micarza Camaro

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13TH
SUDBURY, ON
Townehouse Tavern

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18TH
TORONTO, ON
The Local
w/ Great Aunt Ida

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19TH
WINDSOR, ON
Phog Lounge

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27TH
OTTAWA, ON
Dom Polski SPK
w/ Camp Radio, Year Zero (tickets on sale soon!)

THURSDAY MARCH 4TH
CALGARY, AB
Broken City
w/ Night Committee

FRIDAY MARCH 5TH
LETHBRIDGE, AB
Henotic
w/ Mark Davis and Lorrie Matheson

SATURDAY MARCH 6TH
EDMONTON, AB
Empress

Early press:

“Whether it’s the punchy rebellion of youth (Two Twenty-Twos) or the longing that overcomes you on the touching, Irish bar ready Quit While I’m Behind, Page presents his emotions clearly and succinctly, but always lets you run with your own thoughts. It’s hard not to let your mind drift as you digest the slows strums of Hello Danger Bay or feel a little Ponce De Leon-ish when you pogo around your room (Fall Back Morning), but I guess that’s what makes Page such a talented song writer. Every song forces you to listen, but he never bombards you with an onslaught of the sames. He touches on your sadness, but follows it up with an optimistic nod to life and the possibilities. Sadly, every beginning has an end, but every end can be a new beginning.” – Herohill.com

“*****! Not only will the sexy, tormented voice of Chris Page make you melt, but that guitar work of his is pure greatness. The songs cling to you as the memories that made them must cling to Page. And there isn’t a single letdown in the bunch.” – SEE MAGAZINE (Edmonton)

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