Vibrant, energetic and dynamic are all words that have been used to describe Paige Rutledge.
Paige was introduced to country music at a very young age. It was through the loss of her grandfather in 2007, that Paige realized music connects people after singing at the funeral.
Paige introduced herself to the Canadian country music scene with her debut single, “Take Me Back to Tiki”, in October 2020. “Take Me Back to Tiki” resonated with her listeners and led into her second release, “Broken Record” in May 2021, gaining success with CBC Country on Sirius XM.
Paige’s most recent release, “Drinking Alone”, landed her the playlist cover for Breakthrough Country on Amazon Music and a spot on Spotify’s RADAR editorial playlist along with other editorial playlists on both Amazon Music and Spotify. Paige’s newest single, “Ain’t That Bad”, was released on Friday November 11th, 2022 and landed her a spot on Amazon Music’s Brand New Music playlist.
Paige values authenticity in country music and through her catchy lyrics and pop-country melodies, Paige has crafted a unique sound that will immediately have you singing along. Her captivating stage presence has audiences engaged start to finish when Paige is performing.
Paige has been recognized as one of Ontario’s most exciting upcoming Canadian country artists. Paige was recognized in the number two spot of “21 Artists to Watch in 2022” by Sound Check Entertainment.
With a fully booked 2022, Paige has toured all across Ontario, and made her Nashville debut at
“Layla’s Honky Tonk” in February and her Western Canada debut in Calgary this September at the Canadian Country Music Awards in Nicole Rayy’s “All Women Music Showcase”.