Out gay chart topper dies, 46

Out gay chart topper dies, 46

7th March 2017 0 By News Desk

Out singer Tommy Page has died at the age of 46 after committing suicide leaving behind his partner and three children.

Tommy Page

CREDIT: Tommy Page

Tommy Page, who topped the US charts in 1990 with his hit “I’ll Be Your Everything” has died at the age of 46, after ending his life on Friday 3rd in New York.

His death was reported on Billboard.com.

The singer recorded and released seven album, the last of which, Ten ‘Til Midnight was released in 2000, although he continued to write music and tour.His career was launched after he was asked to write the theme for the film

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His career was launched after he was asked to write the theme for the film Shag, which he later released as a single.

Tommy had 3 children with his partner, Charlie.

 

Billboard Entertainment Group President John Amato said in a statement, “We are all mourning the loss of our friend and colleague Tommy Page.

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“He was a magnetic soul and a true entertainer. Our thoughts are with his family.”

In January, Tommy told his fans that he was working on new music and said, “You haven’t seen the last of me yet!”.

https://twitter.com/Tommypage/status/817237797069324288

 

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