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Paige Rutledge - Ain't That Bad (Official Music Video)

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Paige Rutledge

Vibrant, energetic, and dynamic are words 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 his funeral.

Recognized as one of Ontario’s most exciting upcoming Canadian country artists, Paige is no stranger to the stage. Paige has performed on stages across Canada and in Nashville, Tennessee. 2023 found Paige performing at the iconic Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, Ontario, and at Country on the Bay in Thunder Bay, Ontario, opening for Grammy Nominated country artist Walker Hayes, and Canadian country artist Tim Hicks and Robyn Ottolini. Paige was a top 6 finalist in Lucknow's Emerging Artist Showcase. Paige has already been announced as one of the performers for The Hollyrood Country Jamboree in July 2024 featuring headliners Tyler Joe Miller and Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Jason McCoy. Paige has also performed at multiple showcases at the Canadian Country Music Awards including Diamonds in the Rough this past September. 

Paige’s release, “Drinking Alone” (August 2022), 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 then went on to release, “Ain’t That Bad”, in November 2022, landing her a spot on Amazon Music’s Brand New Music playlist. In March 2023, Paige released “Gone Ain’t Really Gone”, which tells the story of loss- something we can all relate to. Paige’s latest single, “The Worst Thing” has gained attention and regular radio play on Sirius XM’s “Top of the Country”. 

Paige is set to release her debut EP in 2024.