With guitarist [Invalid Artist], Ian Page formed power pop/punk band New Hearts and signed to CBS Records in 1977, releasing two singles and touring with JAM before the demise of the New Hearts in 1978.
After the split of Secret Affair in 1982, Page released two solo singles - "Too Young" and "Unity Street" - under the name of Ian Page and Bop.
By the mid 1980s, he turned fantasy author and wrote a series of spin-off books in the Lone Wolf universe.
In 1999 he returned to the live stage, touring with his band Ian Page and [Affair, The (5)]. With this band he released a series of singles, including "Prove It".
In 2002 he once again teamed up with Dave Cairns to reform Secret Affair, initially for three gigs in the UK. In 2005 Page and Cairns started work on a fourth Secret Affair album.
Ian Page Discography
- 1 Remix
- 6 Vocals
- 5 Instruments & Performance
- 23 Writing & Arrangement
- 18 Production
- 1 Technical
- 2 Acting, Literary & Spoken
Singles & EPs
|1 C K 062 2000986 A||Ian Page and Bop (7)||Ian Page and Bop (7) - Too Young To Know (Single)||EMI||1 C K 062 2000986 A||UK||1984||Sell This Version|
|12PAGE 2||Ian Page & Bop (7)||Ian Page & Bop (7) - Unity St. (Single)||Parlophone||12PAGE 2||UK||1984||Sell This Version|
|DR076||Ian Page & The Affair (5)||Ian Page & The Affair (5) - Prove It (Single)||Detour Records (3)||DR076||UK||2003||Sell This Version|
|DR079||Ian Page & The Affair (5)||Ian Page & The Affair (5) - Hold On To Your Mojo (Single)||Detour Records (3)||DR079||UK||2006||Sell This Version|
|none||Ian Page & The Affair (5)||Ian Page & The Affair (5) - Prove It (CDr, Promo)||Detour Records (3)||none||UK||2003||Sell This Version|