In news that is undeniably upsetting, word spread on Saturday that Tommy Page has reportedly died at age 46, according to Billboard and various other sources. The singer may be best remembered for his '90s song "I'll Be Your Everything" and the time he spent collaborating with New Kids on the Block. But Page will always have a special place in millennials' hearts, thanks to his cameo on Full House, where he serenaded Stephanie Tanner. A rep for Page could not be reached by Bustle at the time of publication.
Update: On Saturday, Page's agent confirmed the news and shared the following statement with Bustle:
Page's agent, Marc Katz, is quoted in the statement, saying, "This is a loss not only in our industry but anyone who knew Tommy, enjoyed the light he brought to a room. He was an amazing friend and father. Tommy is gone way to early and will be remembered as someone that left a real footprint in this world."
According to the rest of the statement, "Page is survived by his 3 children, 12, 10 and 8, his parents, two brothers and his sister. More details will be released on a memoriam."
Earlier: While the New Jersey native started his career on the performing side, Page later became a music executive at Warner Bros. Records, according to Variety. He also reportedly spent time as a publisher at Billboard, as well as an executive at Pandora. Clearly, he dedicated his career to music from all sides, making it his lifelong work. Not only was he a singer and executive, but Page was also a father of three with his partner Charlie, Variety reported.
Following the news of his reported death, fellow singers and fans took to Twitter to pay tribute to Page, including New Kids on the Blocks' Jonathan Knight and Donnie Wahlberg. According to Us Weekly, Billboard Entertainment Group president John Amato released the following statement:
In the wake of this news, let's remember Page by replaying his hit song, and reminiscing about that unforgettable Full House appearance, which you can watch below. While those are only two moments in a lengthy career, they feel like a fitting tribute to the talented star.
Page will surely be missed, but there's no denying he left his mark on the music world in more ways than one.