Morgan Page is a USA based electro and progressive house DJ currently based Los Angeles, California who was born on May 31st back in 1981. His songs are comprised of “In the Air”, “The Longest Road” and “Fight for You”. Page has acquired a pair of Grammy-Award nominations; an individual nomination for finest remix by means of Nadia Ali as well as in ’09 his remix of “The Longest Road” was nominated for greatest remix. Moreover, Page is now under contract with Nettwerk Records worldwide.
Nevertheless, Morgan Page got his music launch very early by interning during grade-school at German music label Plastic City. While in high school , Morgan was a DJ at the University of Vermont’s school radio station. Thereafter he went to Boston, MA’s Emerson College. While attending Emerson, Morgan created authentic tracks, remixes, and was a station manager at WERS 88.9 FM, co-hosting Revolutions, which aired weekly.
Initially brought in to the now-defunct Fiji Recordings back in ’99, Page went to record music for Nordic Tracks, Force Tracks, John Digweed’s Bedrock label, and Satoshi Tomiie’s SAW imprint.
Along with his first productions, Page has remixed music for The Outfield, Camila Grey, HIM, Jeffree Star, The Police, The Submarines, Wax Poet featuring Norah Jones, Korn, Coldplay, Tegan and Sara, Uh Huh Her, T. Rex, The B-52s, Stevnie Nix, Nelly Furtado, Ashley Tisdale, Alanis Morissette, Greg Laswell, Adam Lambert, Meiko, Katy Perry, Madonna, Regina Spektor and Nadia Ali.
Page’s 4th recording studio recording “Believe” was launched the 23rd of February in 2009 using the very first song entitled “Fight For You” as the single. This single reached the 6th spot on America Online’s Top Ten Dance Tracks for the year 2009.
The 2nd single from “Believe” was a Pete Yorn cover named “Strange Condition”. This track was launched on the 26th of January in 2010.
His 3rd and last single “I Have Had Friends” (a co-production alongside Dave Dresden and Jan Burton vocals) premiered on the 9th of November in 2010. The music-video for I Have Had Friends was first aired by MTV in 2010 as well.
Back on the 3rd of April in 2012, Morgan Page launched his 5th recording studio project “In The Air” which highlighted partnerships with Greg Laswell, Nadia Ali, Tegan and Sara, Andy Caldwell, Angela McCluskey, BT and Sultan & Ned Shepard.