The band of Zach Page and Josh Page - Modern alt/folk brothers celebrating all styles, new and old!
Zach, in addition to being the cofounder main producing force behind Brothers Page, performs on stage live throughout the world. Performances include the School Of Rock All-Stars at Zappanale in Germany, Lollapalooza Music Festival, and many venues that include Cleveland House of Blues, the Knitting Factory (LA & NYC), The Roxy, Starland Ballroom, and as well as the legendary CBGB's and BB Kings. He has performed with amazing musicians such as Peter Frampton, Zappa's Mike Keneally, Perry Farrell, Nuno Bettencourt and toured with John Wetton (King Crimson, Asia) and Jon Anderson (YES). Along with being an incredible electric guitarist Zach specializes in Classical Guitar studying with Yasha Kofman at the Classical Guitar School of New York.
Zach's mastery of guitar helped him land roles in several feature films like "August Rush", "The Ten" and "A Little Help", as well as the documentary "Woodstock Now and Then" directed by Barbara Kopple. He also played guitar in the onstage rock band in the Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown's "13 The Musical" as well as the Goodspeed production. He enjoys combining his love of acting with his passion of playing the guitar and hopes to continue to do both in the future.
Josh, In addition to being the co-founder and producer of Brothers Page, is a born operatic tenor with a decade of singing training. After winning the David Foster and Friends talent competition in 2009 he began performing throughout the nation. Most recently sharing the stage on tour with Jackie Evancho performing throughout the West Coast CA: Indio, San Diego, L.A., Fresno, San Francisco, Sacramento as well as in Utah, Georgia, and New Jersey. Performing with many renowned symphonies; San Diego Symphony, Utah Symphony, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, and many more. In a moment of sheer fate Josh shared the stage at the MSG Arena in NYC with Josh Groban singing a duet! It was an unplanned shock that lead to his first review in the NY times "-with his own sonorous tenor, harmonizing seamlessly enough that Mr. Groban looked momentarily dumbfounded." as well as mentioned in Variety.
His love for alternative rock, and great bands moves him to create music of this generation in combining all of the organic and electric elements making ours the first generation to be born into an internet world.