Billy page began his musical career with a singing role in a musical
production for the BBC, followed by major parts in musical theatre. He
has gained extensive experience touring in Europe and making numerous
television & radio appearances. In OCT 2005 he was one of the 14
musicians that broke the Guinness world record for the WORLDS HIGHEST
GIG raising £30,000 for the nepal Balbalika trust charity www.music4children.org
. More recently, he has spent several months touring in Asia. With
several CD albums and radio airplay to his credit, he has evolved into
a writer and performer of perspective and thoughtful songs. Having had
rave reviews in magazines like Hi Fi choice Billy promises to be a
force to be reckoned with in the future.
BILLY PAGE came and played a set at Acoutix@thebedford and was mesmeric,absolutely spellbinding,supremely talented,a must for any who like a acoustic based music
The new album "Not My World" out now for download on iTunes!
'World's highest gig' at Everest
The Hidden playing at Everest base camp. The band played to about 100
mountaineers. British musicians claim to have set the world record by
playing a gig at the world's highest altitude - above Mount Everest's
The artists, from five separate bands, said they performed at 5,545m at
Kalar Pattar last month.
The 40-minute concert, in front of about 100 mountaineers, was to raise
money for children victimised by armed conflict in Nepal.
Musician Oz Bayldon of The Hidden said it was a wonderful experience.
The Everest gig was organised by British charity The Nepal Balabalika
Trust (Trust for Nepalese Children).
The musicians who played also included Martin Harley of The Martin
Harley Band, and solo artists Ben Michaels, Michael 'Skyhook', Billy
Page, Mike McGuiness and Nick Storey, said trust member Jason Merry.