Anna Page

Anna was lead singer & guitarist for all girl band Deluxor, then wrote songs with producer Paul Sampson, before going solo. She busked on London Underground for 2 years, before moving to Wiltshire where she got a distinction in a Masters degree in Songwriting and recorded her solo album Stars & Rock...

Anna was lead singer & guitarist for all girl band Deluxor, then wrote songs with producer Paul Sampson, before going solo. She busked on London Underground for 2 years, before moving to Wiltshire where she got a distinction in a Masters degree in Songwriting and recorded her solo album Stars & Rockets. The opening track Addicted has been played by Alan McGee on Radio 1 a number of times. She's been a burlesque model, appeared in The White Stripes and Mick Jagger pop videos, on Channel 4 as a dancer on The Word and BBC2 as an actress in The Singer, as well as performing her own songs live on digital TV’s Where It’s At. She now lives in Hastings where she performs, paints, writes and teaches music. Reviews: “Fierce, frantic and fully sorted” (Melody Maker Review) "Songs to make you weep and dance at the same time. Superb” (Record Collector, Single Of the Month) “Vocalist Anna Page has a fey, Tanya Donelly type approach to singing, juxtaposed with aggressive lines like, ‘Don’t try to tell me that everything’s fine or I’ll kill you I swear’. Fast or slow, these songs are melodic and catchy without resorting to indie cliché.” (Making Music Magazine, demo of the month) "Like the tunes!" (John Robb, musician & journalist) "Her new album is here and it's a thing of beauty" (Julianne Regan, lead singer of All About Eve and lecturer in songwriting at Bath Spa University) "Great album by the way, particularly liked Addicted and I Say Otherwise!" (Michael Putland, rock n roll photographer) “Those of us who saw Anna’s early KK appearance on a Friday evening will have marked her out immediately as One To Watch. Her songs and persona are refreshingly honest and bullshit free, while her self-deprecating asides are a front for some pungent and pertinent observations about life. Ecstasy is a perfect illustration, Anna effortlessly skewering the misogynist ego with a raised eyebrow and unambiguous language. Already Autumn is just a great song about the fear that life’s passing you by, while After It Happens is the best song about meaningless sex I’ve heard in ages. Hungover Morning speaks for itself, exemplifying the truism that there’s many a true word spoken in jest. Anna Page has talent and star quality to burn" (Kashmir Klub live review) Her "words and melodies curl like pine fragranced smoke on the airwaves” (Joy McNally-Bells, Ocelot live review)

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