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Who Wants to Be Tied to New Kids? Not Singer/Songwriter Tommy Page
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Hunt, Dennis
Date: May 20, 1990
Start Page: 72
Section: Calendar; Calendar Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

"This is the kinda stuff those guys were saying!," snapped pop singer/songwriter [Tommy Page], referring to the spiels radio deejays have used to introduce his hit single, "I'll Be Your Everything":

"And here's Tommy Page and New Kids on the Block or here's New Kids featuring Tommy Page or here's New Kids and what's-his-name."

A native of tiny West Caldwell, N.J., Page was working as a coat-check boy in a New York dance club when he convinced the deejay to play his demo tape, which the dancers liked. A producer was impressed enough by one of the songs to bring him to Sire Records, which eventually signed him.

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