Music Stars Pay Tribute to Tommy Page on Social Media

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Tommy Page photographed in Chicago, Illinois on July 1, 1990. 

Music stars are paying tribute to singer-songwriter and music executive Tommy Page, who was found dead Friday (March 3) of an apparent suicide. He was 46.

Page’s good friend, songwriter Diane Warren, tweeted that she was “devastated” after hearing the tragic news. “Someone I loved so much was the last person U would ever think would do this. Why why why Tommy??????” she wrote.

Artists Josh Groban and Ashley Tisdale, both of whom Page worked with while he was an executive at Warner Bros./Reprise, also expressed their condolences. "A kind and wonderful man who helped me a lot early on. Helped pick my first singles," Groban tweeted.

Page started his career as a recording artist for Sire Records and topped the Billboard Hot 100 with his single, "I'll Be Your Everything" in April 1990. He went on to have a successful career as an executive in the music business, including stints at Warner Bros./Reprise, Billboard, Pandora, and Cumulus Media.

Read tributes to Page below.