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Paige Warner's "Revealed" EP


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Paige Warner is a singer-songwriter who pairs heart-wrenching lyrics and catchy melodies with a common flavour of contemporary R&B, yet each of her songs has its own unique mix of sounds.

She began singing at a young age and starting booking shows and events as early as her high school years. Before this, however, she made her debut into the music world by singing at a local outdoor market for coins. Her love for music never dwindled, as she went on to feature at such festivals as Kitchener’s Summer Lights Fest and Owen Sound’s Summerfolk. Her debut EP, “Revealed”, released May of 2018, showcases her recipe of intimate lyricism combined with ‘vibey’ sounds. She has also received praise multiple times in the media.

Paige is skilled with more than just her voice, however, as she also accompanies herself with piano, guitar, and ukulele. Along with these instruments, she has interests in fashion and art. She loves to paint motivational art to hang in her space and remind herself of her passions. Maple syrup and cheesecake are some of her favourite ‘pastimes’ (if one can say that!) and she’s always up for a game of UNO. Paige is excited to hold any audience and loves to connect with her fans one on one. Paige’s voice is known to captivate.

“She’s obviously a born entertainer. She has crazy stage presence. She held the whole room in the palm of her hand. She just had to sing those first few notes and she captivated everyone. She’s just super talented.” – ObserverXtra

“I’ve never heard a voice as evocative as Warner’s.” – Marshall Arts, Waterloo Chronicle

“Listening to Warner’s new album this past week, I’m already hooked on her catchy melodies and the inherent vulnerability of her lyrics and voice, conveying raw feelings and emotions on songs like Worth It, Please Don’t Look at Me, and the sensual contemporary R&B track, Undress.” – Marshall Arts, Waterloo Chronicle

“It took some time, but Paige Warner has found her sound. And is it ever a good one.” -Peter, KWTonite

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