Gregory Page is a North London born Irish-Armenian performing songwriter. A third-generation musician, Page grew up surrounded by family members who performed and recorded traditional Irish music.
His grandfather, Dave Page, was a master Uilleann piper whose early Parlophone recordings remain Gregory’s creative catalyst. His parents met touring Europe with their respective bands. His mother was the lead singer in London's first all-girl pop band, The Beat-Chics, that toured with The Beatles in 1965. In 2013 Gregory debuted at London’s 02 Arena opening for longtime friend Jason Mraz. Page has performed with the ensemble cast of John C. Reilly & Friends and has been a support act for Bob Dylan and his musical hero John Prine. His music has been featured on NPR’s Prairie Home Companion performed by Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek) & Tom Brosseau (for whom Page produced five albums), the BBC’s Robert Elms Show and film and television soundtracks such as Showtime’s Ray Donovan and the 2017 Swiss film, Die letzte Pointe. VPRO Dutch National Television featured Gregory Page in two guest appearances on Free Sounds and a special network event in which an entire episode was dedicated to him. Amnesty International adopted Page’s anthemic “Say A Prayer” for a recent campaign. Gregory Page’s extensive tour history includes performances at the Woodford Music Festival in Queensland, Australia, and headlining the main hall at the Paradiso in Amsterdam.