Tommy Page and WPU Music Biz students

On February 11, Head of Music Partnerships at Pandora, Tommy Page, spoke to WPU Music Biz students about the benefits of Pandora as well as his career as a late-’80s pop star who opened for Tiffany and New Kids On The Block and once guest-starred on an episode of Full House.  Highlights from Tommy’s talk, in which he was interviewed by Sirius/XM VP of Talent & Industry Affairs (and WPU faculty member) Steve Leeds, are illustrated below via the WPU Music Biz program’s Twitter and Instagram accounts.

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Tommy Page – From Pop Star To Pandora, A Visit To WPU Told In Tweets

Tommy Page & Steve Leeds at WPU


Tommy Page and WPU Music Biz students
Pandora’s Tommy Page with WPU Music Biz Students (from L to R): Geneva Gamblin, Meagan Johnson, and Charles Potenza.


Steve Leeds & Tommy Page at WPU
Steve Leeds looks at us while Pandora’s Tommy Page speaks to WPU Music Biz students.



Steve Leeds, Tommy Page & Steve Marcone at WPU
Pandora’s Tommy Page is flanked by Steve Leeds (L) and Dr. Steve Marcone.


Tommy Page & Zach Matari at WPU
Pandora’s Tommy Page speaks with WPU Music Biz student Zach Matari.


The next in the series of WPU Music Management Seminars will take place on February 25th with the screening of The Greatest Ears In Town, a 2010 documentary about famed record producer Arif Mardin, followed by a Q&A with Mardin’s son, Joe, the film’s producer.

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