Page is perhaps best known for his 1990 chart-topping hit “I’ll Be Your Everything,” co-written by Jordan Knight and Danny Wood of tour mates New Kids on the Block (Donnie Wahlberg also co-produced the track), and a 1992 cameo on an episode of television show Full House.
After his singing career faded, the New Jersey native enjoyed a successful career in the music business and publishing.
More from Billboard: “Page later returned to NYU’s Stern School of Business to pursue his career as a music executive. He recorded nine studio albums and continued to tour throughout his career… Page later joined Warner Bros./Reprise Records, where he served as an A&R executive and vice president of top 40 promotion. During that time, he helped shape the careers of many successful artists, including Michael Buble, Alanis Morissette, Josh Groban, David Foster and Green Day. In 2011, Page left Warner Bros./Reprise to join Billboard as associate publisher. The following year he was promoted to publisher.”
In 2013, Page become Pandora’s VP of artist and brand partnerships, and two years later joined Cumulus Media as senior vice president of brand partnerships. He also served as VP of music partnerships at the Village Voice.
Page leaves behind a husband, Charlie, and three children. According to reports, suicide is suspected as the cause of death.