A photo of Steven Page who plays live at Clwb Ifor Bach on the 13th of September 2022.

Steven Page

Tuesday 13/09/2022
  • Steven Page
  • Date: Tuesday 13/09/2022
  • Time: 7.00pm
  • Price: £20
  • Age Restrictions: 16+
  • Venue: Clwb Ifor Bach

Highly celebrated musician and singer-songwriter Steven Page comes to Clwb Ifor Bach this September to play music from his sixth solo album.

Award-winning musician, singer and songwriter Steven Page will tour the UK this September in a Trio format with sidemen Craig Northey and Kevin Fox. 

Page is a founding member of the iconic band Barenaked Ladies, with whom he was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2018, as well as being the sometime writing partner of Stephen Duffy of The Lilac Time. Since leaving Barenaked Ladies, Steven has been touring and releasing original music under his own name. In addition, Page has continued his artistic journey with diverse music, film, theatre and television projects, including composing scores for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, touring with Toronto’s innovative Art of Time Ensemble and performing as a member of the Trans-Canada Highwaymen.  

Steven and his Trio bandmates have toured throughout Canada, the US, UK and performed classical crossover concerts with a dozen different symphony orchestras in Canada. The band perform classic Barenaked Ladies songs such as “Brian Wilson”, “Jane”, “Old Apartment”, and “Call & Answer”, as well as solo fan favourites like “A New Shore”, “Gravity”, &“The Chorus Girl”. 

On his return to the UK Steven says “I’m really looking forward to returning to the UK – it’s been a long four years since the last visit. We’re planning on playing some new material along with lots of favourites from the last 30-odd years.”

Page recently had a very special starring role at Canada’s Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards in their recently televised tribute to actor and Wrexham football club owner Ryan Reynolds.  The song Steven composed, “Canada Loves You Back” and the accompanying video became a viral hit with proceeds to Reconciliation Canada.

As a mental health advocate, Steven Page has spoken extensively about his own journey through speaking engagements, appearances, podcasts and interviews, and to coincide with the UK tour announcement Steven will receive an honorary doctorate from Canada’s Laurier University.

When in-person shows halted in 2020, Steven Page’s Live From Home concerts kept him engaged with fans performing over 80 shows and brought a community of followers together from around the world.  Steven’s sixth solo album will be released this Autumn.