Canadian treasure Steven Page sits down with Simon and Brian to discuss his songwriting process, his work with Barenaked Ladies, and songs from his forthcoming solo album. The beloved singer-songwriter shares his thoughts on the joy of choir singing, the place of humour in songwriting, and what he's learned from long-time collaborators like Stephen 'Tin Tin' Duffy.
The Strange Brew - artist stories behind the greatest music ever recorded
Steven Page reveals the stories behind the writing of key songs with Barenaked Ladies and solo including Brian Wilson, Jane, By My Yoko Ono, A New Shore and There’s A Melody. Further information Steven Page’s UK tour starts on 8 September. stevenpage.com This podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and all usual platforms. The post Steven Page appeared first on The Strange Brew .
This episode originally aired on Oct. 28th, 2019. Steve Cooper talks with musician Steven Page. Steven is best known for being one of the founding members of the musical group Bare Naked Ladies. He was with the band from 1988 - 2009. During that period they recorded 11 studio albums, won 2 Billboard Music Awards and were nominated for 2 Grammys. They also won 7 Juno awards and scored a number one single with the hit One Week. Since becoming a solo artist, he has been carving out a diversified niche for himself that expands beyond recording and performing through an array of projects in music, film, theatre and television. He has composed six Stratford Festival scores, has collaborated and toured North America with Toronto’s innovative Art of Time Ensemble and performs with his rock star pals as a member of the Trans-Canada Highwaymen. Steven journeyed across Canada and the U.S. as host of TV’s The Illegal Eater, became a Chopped Canada Champion and will appear as a judge on Iron Chef Canada in their 2019/20 season. Cooper Talk website: CooperTalk--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/supercoolradio/support
241: Interview with Steven Page From San Francisco California
Hey Bartender Podcast
This episode I get a chance to talk to Steven Page from Honduras, then San Francisco California. We talk about his family catering business in Honduras to his move to San Fransisco and setting up a new bar. We also talk a lot about Mezcal and he gives a drink special called "L'Azteco!" Remember to Share, Like, Comment and Subscribe! Leave me a voice message at: anchor.fm Official Hey Bartender Podcast Website Email: email@example.com Instagram, Facebook, TikTok: @heybartenderpodcast Country Wine and Spirits Use coupon code "HEYBARTENDER5" for 5% off your entire order!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heybartenderpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heybartenderpodcast/support
Steven Page from The Transcanada Highwaymen and Barenaked Ladies
Turned Out A Punk
Episode 397: The Toronto DIY god STEVEN PAGE, is here! Today on Turned Out A Punk Damian sits down with one of Canada's most iconic songwriters to talk punk! Listen in as they discuss: Throbbing Gristle, The Jam & punk's impotence to outsider kids. From buying the "Business As Usual" compilation, to going platinum with a DIY tape, to prowess being worthless, to lead singers having to "wear it differently": THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED! Don't miss Steven Page on tour or "Live From Home"! More info here: https://www.stevenpage.com Also, grab a shirt form this podcast here: turnedoutapunk.com Also Touched On: Aware of punk from the press The “Business As Usual” Compilation Loving the Jam because they also seemed to have missed out on stuff Social/Sonic Barrier Prowess is worthless Suspicions about the Clash Billy Bragg as inspiration Violent Femmes Lyrics are important The Townie, uptight, nature of early 80’s Toronto Scarborough sucked Hearing Johnny Cash and hearing him for the first time Postcard Records The “Big Gold Dream” documentary “The Canadian version of…” The Yellow Tape: The birth of a true alternative music industry The Canadian Music Mafia and SXSW “13 Engines can’t make it! Can you guys do it?” The “Buck Naked” tape The “Pink Tape” Dressing like clowns and clowning the industry Chris Murphy planting a seed of doubt “The sellout threshold” Signing to Sire to be a part of it “Seymour Sign” Inglenook: Toronto’s Rock and Roll High School Outsider Angst and band dynamics The viciousness of the NME Lead singers have to wear it differently The Skydiggers Corky And The Juice Pigs AND SO MUCH MORE!!!
Best of the Pod | Barenaked Ladies co-founder Steven Page
Dirt from the Road with Brett Newski
Brett Newski chats with his first musical influences, Barenaked Ladies co-founder STEVEN PAGE. The two later collaborated on a song "I Should've Listened to Ferris Bueller" off the soundtrack to the book "It's Hard to be a Person" by Brett Newski. Support the pod: https://www.patreon.com/brettnewski1
Our guest for this one is Steven Page. Steven is a musician, who is perhaps best known as the lead singer and a guitarist in the band Barenaked Ladies. He was one of the founding members of the group and was with them for just over 20 years until 2009, when he left to pursue other projects. Steven is now a solo artist and is soon heading out on a solo tour of North America. He’s a big Elliott Smith fan too, of course, and joined us for this interview to talk about his song pick, his love of the album XO, Elliott’s drumming abilities, and much more besides. Extra things to look at / listen to: Everybody Cares Everybody Understands by Elliott Smith on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/0uEGjq4WbwCb4C6ZpEA25c?si=252c17d879124ab3 XO by Elliott Smith on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1zOxlHQGGV6EH7n4OIFTyh?si=RV5vjiziSH6KNYVk-g59vA&dl_branch=1 Steven Page's website: https://www.stevenpage.com/ Elliott Smith cover of Schoolhouse Rock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XikZCsZkdtk My Favourite Elliott Smith Song is produced by Rob Comba and Elizabeth Withstandley. Find us on social media @myfavesmithsong. MyFavouriteElliottSmithSong.com
Steven Page's HEAL THYSELF PT. 1: INSTINCT Review!! // Barenaked Dream Album
It's All Been Done: A Barenaked Ladies Podcast
In which Saker picks the ball back up. Plus, the Barenaked Dream Album game! Barenaked Dream Album Google Sheets document: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fjRorMlfrIujdzMZdhqwflt2L2rW-Bus5Zt6L5HhDNs/edit?usp=sharing Get yourself some IABD shirts! Wear a logo on your chest!: https://www.teepublic.com/user/itsallbeendonepodcast Catch us on the 'net!: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1593559714014720 Twitter: @beendonepod Thanks to The Orange Groves (theorangegroves.com) for hosting us. Subscribe to their Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theorangegroves and join their discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/GdTsg8C !
Something's gotta come in last, and this week it’s the final solo album from Steve, Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II. We can’t remember the last time we’ve felt this good after talking about the politics of outlawing gravity, going to the guru for advice on how to finish homework, and pushing through the darkness towards the light. Only one more episode before our Barenaked journey ends! Well, it's more of a comma than a full stop. Contact Us:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: Facebook.com/BarenakedLadiesAreUsTwitter: @JdwaldyInstagram: @Jdwaldy This Week's “Something Fantastic”:JD: Dollar General MoviesNick: After The Disco - Broken Bells