"Jennifer Paige" (born September 3 1973) is an American singer-songwriter, who rose to stardom in the early years of teen-pop spree. She is probably best remembered for her 1998 smash pop-hit "Crush".
Paige was born into a musical family in Marietta, Georgia, just outside Atlanta. She began singing at the age of five by singing at local coffeehouses and restaurants with her older brother Chance Scoggins. She continued to Pebblebrook Highschool to study dance, voice and performing arts.
At the age 17 she relocated to Los Angeles and toured the country with a top 40 covers act "Joe's Band". In August of 1996 she performed in front of 50,000 people at the Olympic Games in Atlanta, her hometown. The same year Paige teamed up with producer Andy Goldmark, known for his ability to create hits and develop new, rising stars. For starters they gave a rebirth to Aretha Franklin's classic "Chain of Fools" by making a dance version out of it. The record instantly came to the attention of the German indie label Edel Records. The Edel President Jonathan First was in a search for a new fresh-faced pop act to establish their existence overseas and was so impressed by Paige's effort ...
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