Sid Page

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Sid Page
Genres Jazz, funk, R&B, blues, pop, rock, country, experimental, electronic
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, concertmaster
Instruments Violin

Sid Page is an American violinist who has been active since the late 1960s. He became a member of Dan Hicks & his Hot Licks, replacing violinist David LaFlamme.[1] He was also at one time a member of Sly & The Family Stone from 1973 to 1974,[2] and played on the 1974 album Small Talk.[3] He has also worked with Stevie Wonder, Cher, Van Morrison, George Benson, Joe Cocker, Richard Thompson, Jerry Garcia, Harry Connick Jr., Suzy Bogguss, J.J. Cale, Cheap Trick, Grover Washington, Violent Femmes, Lynn Anderson, and Suzanne Vega.[1][4]

Film work[edit]

Page has contributed to the music of at least 29 films including The Moderns in 1988, Little Man Tate in 1991, and Cold Creek Manor in 2003. He has also been concertmaster of at least eight films, including Passed Away in 1992, Son in Law in 1993, and Duma in 2005.[5]


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