Ex-Bare Naked Lady Stephen Page performs solo on Quadra March 10.

Stephen turns a new page

Page continues to compose new material, available on his most recently recorded solo album, Page One

Are you ready for a different sort of solitude?

Steven Page, the legendary singer-songwriter, guitarist and co-founder of the six-time-Juno-award-winning, Grammy-nominated, Canadian band, The Barenaked Ladies, is giving a solo concert on Quadra Island, Saturday, March 10 at 8 p.m., at the Quadra Community Centre.  Tickets are $20, available at Hummingbird Office and Art Supply on Quadra and at the Music Plant in Campbell River.

Known for his intelligent, heart-felt lyrics and his up-beat song writing, this son of a drummer and father of three, has been expressing his unique personality and cutting sense of humour with a big voice for the past thirty years.

Since re-directing his career in 2009, he has been playing solo acoustic shows, sometimes with cellist Kevin Fox, sometimes with the Art of Time Ensemble and sometimes with a full back-up band.

Page continues to compose new material, available on his most recently recorded solo album, Page One, released in 2010. This mix of power-pop, disco, big band Jazz and folk he describes as “…a genre-hopping tribute to the music I love, and the music I grew up with.”

Get your tickets early to hear Steven Page, as it will be a sell-out concert for sure.

Tickets are $20 advance at Hummingbird Office and Art Supply in Q. Cove, and at the Music Plant in Campbell River.

For more information, visit stevenpage.com or call 250-285-2580.