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“I’ll Be Your Everything” Singer Tommy Page Dead At 46

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Tommy Page, the honey-voiced singer behind the 1990 hit song “I’ll Be Your Everything” has died.

Page was 46.

The cause of death is reported to be suicide, though at this point, details are few.

The New Jersey-born singer/songwriter’s debut came out on Sire in 1988 and spawned four hits: “A Shoulder To Cry On,” “A Zillion Kisses,” “Turning Me On,” and “I Think I’m in Love.”

Page opened for New Kids On The Block during their summer 1998 tour.

Page’s sophomore album Paintings In My Mind yielded the #1 hit “I’ll Be Your Everything” and “Turn On The Radio” both of which were collaborations with New Kids On The Block.

“Tommy Page was a fascinating story,” SEM’s Alex Green says of the late singer. “He was a prodigy in every sense of the word–he graduated highs school at 15 and a year later he had a demo tape of fully formed pop songs ready to go. The fact is, as a very young man he understood the turns and hooks that radio-friendly music had to have at that moment in time. And because he had a preternatural understanding of the sonic architecture of modern pop music, the guy knew exactly how to write a hit song.”

Although Page’s U.S. pop career flagged in the middle of the ’90s, he remained overwhelmingly popular in Asia. Not only that, but in 1994 he stepped in for Donny Osmond in the lead role in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Page worked as an executive for Warner Bros. where he guided the careers of everyone from Josh Groban to Green Day. Page joined Pandora in 2013 as the Head of Music Partnerships.

Page is survived by his partner Charlie and their three children.