Tommy Page, 'I'll Be Your Everything' singer and music executive, dies at 46

Tommy Page, the pop star-turned-music executive known for the song "I'll Be Your Everything," has died. He was 46.

Page was found dead on Friday, according to Billboard, which reports that although the cause of death was unclear, several friends believe it was an apparent suicide.

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Head of music partnerships at Pandora Tommy Page attends the Lexus Pop Up Concert Series Powered By Pandora on November 19, 2014 in Costa Mesa, California.

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Singer Iggy Azalea and Pandora VP Tommy Page attend Pandora Presents on the Santa Monica Pier on August 9, 2014 in Santa Monica, California.

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Singer Tommy Page attends the Back to the Eighties 3 Year Anniversary with Rubix Kube at the Canal Room on March 23, 2012 in New York City.

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Pandora VP Tommy Page, singer Rita Ora and Pandora Presents on the Santa Monica Pier on August 9, 2014 in Santa Monica, California.

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Tommy Page attends BMI Music Awards on May 21, 1991 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

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Recording artist Ryan Beatty, Senior VP of Experential Marketing at Citi Jennifer Breithaupt and publisher of Billboard Tommy Page attend the 1st Annual Billboard Power 100 Event honoring Clive Davis at The Redbury Hotel on February 7, 2013 in Hollywood, California.

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Tommy Page attends #WWOBackstage presented by WestwoodOne during the 2016 Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile Arena on May 21, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Songwriter Diane Warren and Tommy Page arrive at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards Pre-GRAMMY Gala and Salute to Industry Icons honoring L.A. Reid held at The Beverly Hilton on February 9, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

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Tommy Page on 7/1/90 in Chicago, Illinois.

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Nico Sereba, Head of music partnerships at Pandora Tommy Page and Vincent 'Vinz' Dery of Nico & Vinz attend the Lexus Pop Up Concert Series powered by Pandora on September 25, 2014 in Culver City, California.

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Head of Music Partnerships at Pandora Tommy Page speaks on stage at the AWXI Battle of the Ad Bands at Highline Ballroom on September 30, 2014 in New York City.

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Page began his career in the music industry at Sire Records after meeting its founder, Seymour Stein, who helped launched the careers of the Ramones and Madonna. His performing career started after writing the theme for the 1989 comedy "Shag," and using the title track to launch his debut, self-titled album. But commercial success did not arrive until his follow-up, "Paintings in My Mind" which featured "I'll Be Your Everything." The song, written with and featuring New Kids on the Block, would go on to reach No. 1 on the music charts.

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After releasing several more studio albums, Page became an executive at Warner Bros. Records, and later the publisher of Billboard. After a two-year stint, he served as an exec for Pandora.

Page is survived by his partner, Charlie and their three children.

Several members of the music industry took to social media following the announcement of Page's death, to mourn his loss, including Josh Groban and songwriter Diane Warren.

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