Whether demonstrating what seems to be the effortless confidence of a consummate entertainer in a swingingly joyful, crowd pleasing performance of classics from the Great American Songbook. Or giving an intimate, truthful and tender interpretation of a work chosen from a different genre. Cole Page instantly captivates his audience.
Equally comfortable as centre of attention or part of the accompanying scenery, Cole – solo singer, (with playback), or backed by his jazz quartet or 17 piece big band – has performed to (and with) a host of celebrities, including Ant n Dec, Robbie Williams, Simply Red’s Mick Hucknall, Kylie Minogue, Joss Stone, The Stereophonics, Boyzone, Spandau Ballet, Belinda Carlisle, M People, Go West, Boney M, Ruby Wax, Carol Vorderman, John Legend, Peter Kay, Phil Collins, formula 1 drivers, Mark Webber & Nigel Mansell, football stars Pele, Bryan Robson, Alan Shearer, David Beckham, Lee Sharpe, Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney, rugby union’s Jonny Wilkinson, Mike Tindall and Martin Johnson, World famous Boxers, Evander Hollyfield, Joe Calzaghe and Mike Tyson and the casts of TV soaps Coronation Street and Hollyoaks. In 2015, Cole performed at Ronan Keating’s Wedding and with Robbie Williams in Hamburg for the 425th Birthday of German Bank, Berenburg.
In 2013, Cole performed in Ireland with Ronan Keating. Princess Anne’s daughter, Zara Phillips and her England Rugby Husband Mike Tindall were present.
In February 2014, Cole made his Las Vegas debut performance for Billionaire Hotelier Steve Wynn. Steve, having heard of Cole’s legendary performances, invited him to perform at the private birthday party of his wife, Andrea. The event was attended by the who’s who of the movie and music industries, including Quincy Jones & Hugh Jackman. Such was the success of the performance that Steve requested Cole move to Vegas to work for him on a full time basis.
Cole has done hundreds of TV appearances across the world such as performances supporting Katie Melua at the BBC Proms at Hyde Park in front of 15,000 people with an 18 piece big band which was televised nationally.
Coles appeal is endearing that made him one of the most popular corporate and Jazz entertainers across the world