Page Six
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Page Six

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The best kept secret in music


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+ Nice Package Sessions (2005):
A five song demo can be downloaded from the band's website. The demo includes four original songs and one cover.


Feeling a bit camera shy


It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what element makes the Page Six sound so unique. Is it the mature songwriting and passionate lyrics, the delicate balance of three-part harmony overtop countless guitar and piano hooks, the explosive high-energy stage show, the pure rock and roll muscle, the wide mix of musical styles and influences they weave together, or the rock solid marriage of bass and drums? Whatever it may be, audiences up and down the East Coast are quickly noticing that when you see Page Six you aren’t watching an average rock and roll band; you’re witnessing something powerful and new.

Page Six started to take shape in 2004 when Baltimore-based singer/songwriter Tom Slot teamed up with pianist/organist Jimy Huynh. The pair noticed a strong chemistry from the start and soon had a large collection of strong original material. The pair recruited Baltimore bassist Nick Martin, an area veteran of the music scene and friend of Tom’s, and started playing coffee houses to refine the material. By the end of 2004, Page Six had twenty original songs and added local drummer Dan Gugliuzza and New York guitarist Brian Moore to fill out the group. With all five members in place, it quickly became clear that they had discovered something unique. The strength of the group was clear not only in their music but also in the strong friendship between the members.

Page Six recorded their first demo in January of 2005 and started playing various gigs spanning the East Coast. Their live show quickly earned them a reputation as a band to be seen. Fans and critics alike started making comparisons to legendary acts like Bruce Springsteen and The Rolling Stones as well as modern groups like Counting Crows and Matchbox 20. The group is currently working on a full-length album to be released in summer of 2005.

The name Page Six comes from the idea of fate and destiny that the members share. They feel life is a book that has already been written but that you haven't finished reading yet. They’ve finished the early chapters, but the best parts are still to come. They can't imagine how this story is going to turn out, but they have a pretty good idea of what it's all about.


+ At their debut gig, the band brought so many fans that they exceeded fire code for the venue within twenty minutes of the club opening.
+ Have appeared in clubs and colleges in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
+ Picked as the project band for Peabody Conservatory’s Masters in Audio Recording Program 2005.
+ Their New York debut was so well received that a short 40 minute set became an hour and twenty minute beast as the crowd kept calling for more.