Kenneth Page

Kenneth Page

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The music of Kenneth Page expresses an unshakable and an unfathomable amount of conviction for the love of God. His vibrato is unmistakable and he places his heart and soul in every song performed. A young man, born into a gospel family, blessed with a gift to share with the world. He is not ashamed

Biography

Singer, songwriter, and musician, Kenneth Page, was anointed with the gift of music at an early age. Encouraged by his parents, inspired by his aunts and uncles; Kenneth began singing in church at the age of 4. He would sing at annual music programs and events for different churches. His mother and father, both preachers, were serious about not allowing him to take his gift lightly. They supported and pushed him to give his best.

At age 11, Kenneth, along with his sister Danyelle, joined their aunts in forming the group, The Israel Specials. The group went on to perform at a number of different venues and churches. They even starred in the Gospel play “Freedom Song” at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, MI. Kenneth, now 13, landed one of the lead roles in the play that garnered some attention in Detroit. Little did he know; this would prepare him for some acting later on in life. The Specials also had the opportunity to open for groups, such as, the Canton Spirituals, the Rance Allen Group, the Flint Cavaliers, and the Israel Glorious Tones of Fort Wayne, IN. Kenneth later joined his uncles and their group. They would write songs and rewrite songs with a contemporary feel.

Not only did he maintain his love for singing but he also established a love for playing instruments for his home church. Kenneth plays the drums, he taught himself how to play the bass guitar, and he tinkers with the piano, a little. This love for instruments lead to him writing his own songs. Songs that he says, tells his personal story about different levels of his relationship with God.

In 1997, while serving in the U.S. Army, Kenneth joined a gospel group in Fort Carson, CO. The group was called God’s Messengers. The group went on to sing at churches all over Colorado. They even recorded a demo that they kept as a personal reminder of the hard work and rehearsals. Kenneth would contribute two of his own songs to the demo.

In 2006, Kenneth had a role in another gospel play titled “The Night I Fell in Love.” This play showed in Southfield, MI. and acquired a following from some Detroit natives. In 2007, Kenneth released his first solo gospel CD, titled “Couldn’t Keep It to Myself.” This CD would serve as the soundtrack for the hit gospel play “The Night I Fell in Love.” Kenneth starred as Icon/Israel; a troubled street thug turned man of God. Kenneth also sung in the play and served as the musical director.

In 2009, Kenneth has returned with his sophomore gospel release, titled “A New Song, Same Anointing.” Kenneth shows us again why he will not be leaving the gospel music scene any time soon. The project is laced with contemporary tracks for all ages. He let’s us know that we need to “Get Some Insurance” by gaining a relationship with God. He also dropped the hit “Spiritual Swag,” that even people who do not know God can relate to.