Richard page is best known as the singer songwriter of the multi platinum band Mr. Mister who had number one hits with “Broken Wings” and “Kyrie,”but this is only part of the story. As a songwriter page had his songs recorded by such diverse artists as Madonna, Tupac, Josh Groban, Leona Lewis, Celine Dion, Chaka Khan, Kenny Loggins, Al Jarreau and many more. as a singer he recorded with Elton John, Michael Jackson, Ringo Starr, Barbara Streisand and Elvis Costello. In addition he’s produced songs for Etta James, Olivia Newton-John and The Rembrandts, among others.

  Now starting his second consecutive US tour with Ringo Starr and the All Star Band, Richard has a lot to b thankful for and shares his thoughts touring with the most successful driver alive. The road that I must follow leads to Richard Page for this one on one interview…


We would like to thank Jennifer Murphy from the Fallsview Casino for setting up the interview with Steve. For more information on the Ringo Starr All Star Band, please go to: Ringo Starr All Star Band. .

For more information on Richard in general, please go to: Richard Page.

About The Author Thom Jennings

p> Born and raised in Rochester, NY and currently residing in Albion NY, Thom spent seventeen years as a mobile disc jockey, playing classic rock at local bars and also performing at weddings. Thom's first concert was Styx in 1979, and shortly afterward he landed a volunteer position taking surveys at all the local rock concerts from 1981-1983, during which he saw almost every major arena rock concert. Thom is an avid Todd Rundgren fan, and has traveled all over the east coast to see Todd. Since 1983 he has only missed one of Todd's east coast tours. His collection of Rundgren memorabilia includes two signed miniature replicas of and a signed ukulele. Currently, Thom's full time job is as a social studies teacher, he graduated from college in his late thirties and began a part-time career as an op-ed columnist which later led to his current position as music writer for The Lockport Union Sun and Journal and The Niagara Gazette. Thom has also had music related columns published in Buffalo Insider Magazine, The Medina Journal-Register, The North Tonawanda Times and is a frequent contributor to Backstage Axxess. Top Five Concerts: 1. Van Halen, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Kim Mitchell Rochester, NY September 1, 1986 2. The Who and The Clash Buffalo, NY September 26, 1982 3. Ringo's All Starr Band Canandaigua, NY August 25, 1992 4. Paul McCartney Toronto, ON August 8, 2010 5. SARS Benefit Concert Toronto, ON July 30, 2003 Multiple Shows (ten or more): Todd Rundgren /Utopia -109 Rik Emmett/Triumph- 27 Cheap Trick -18 Styx /Styx related bands- 15 Flogging Molly- 10 First concert: Styx, Rochester, NY November 8, 1979