Paige Levy’s career in the music business began playing guitar for her high school church choir. While in college at Belmont University in Nashville, TN she discovered that her talents were better served behind a desk instead of behind a guitar. After graduating from Belmont, Paige got her first real job in the music industry as a receptionist/mail room clerk/booking agent for a small Music Row management company. A West Coast record producer bought the building she worked in and asked that Paige and the copying machine remain to work for the production company. Within a year, Paige had relocated to Los Angeles to run the office of JEN Productions and the two in-house publishing companies.
That job led to an offer from Warner Bros. Records to do A&R work for their Nashville division. When she left Warner Bros. twenty five years later, Paige was heading their A&R division as the Senior Vice President of A&R. Along the way, Paige had worked with many successful recording artists, including being responsible for signing and developing multi-platinum selling artist Dwight Yoakam, The Forester Sisters, The Texas Tornados, Paul Brandt and Michael Peterson, as well as working with The Lynns and Trick Pony.