Steve George (born May 20, 1955 in Phoenix, Arizona) is an American keyboard player, who is perhaps best known as the keyboardist for the 1980s band, Mr. Mister. He co-wrote many of the Mr. Mister songs, together with his childhood friend, Mr. Mister frontman Richard Page, with whom he also played in Pages (band) prior to forming Mr. Mister.
Pages was an American pop rock band of the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band consisted of Richard Page and Steve George on vocals and keyboards, supported by various studio musicians, some of whom from time to time were considered part of the band proper. Although Pages was highly regarded for its well-crafted pop and jazz-fusion sound, the group did not achieve commercial success, and disbanded after recording three albums. Pages is perhaps best known as the launching pad for the recording careers of Page and George, who later formed Mr. Mister and topped the charts during the mid-1980s with pop classics such as “Broken Wings” and “Kyrie.”
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