Tommy Page, popularly known for his Number 1 single “I’ll Be Your Everything,” which topped the charts in April 1990, was found dead on Friday, March 3rd.
According to Billboard, the singer-songwriter and music industry executive's cause of death was unclear at press time, but according to reports from several friends, it was an apparent suicide.
In recent years, Tommy became an executive in the music business. He was the publisher at Billboard for several years and later held positions at Pandora, Cumulus Media, and the Village Voice.
He is survived by his husband Charlie and their three children.