Steven Page shot to international fame as the co-founder of hit band, The Barenaked Ladies. He spent over two decades with the band, writing and co-writing hit songs such as “One Week,” “The Old Apartment,” “If I Had $1000000,” and “Brian Wilson,” among dozens of others. Along the way, they earned accolades from all over the world, sold millions of albums, received two Billboard Awards, and six Juno Awards.
Now an independent artist, Page has record three albums: The Vanity Project, A Singer Must Die (in collaboration with the Art of Time Ensemble), and Page One, and has written music for both theatre and film. A self-proclaimed foodie, Steven is also the host of television’s popular program, The Illegal Eater. Steven is also widely-known as a champion of helping to end the stigma around mental health issues.