Bobbi Page is “a busy and successful studio singer whose voice can be heard on countless soundtracks and recordings; she is also a dynamic performing artist in her own right.”
– Don Heckman, International Review of Music, February, 2013

Bobbi Page CasualBobbi Page’s vocal and contracting career spans over two decades: singing and contracting for hundreds of films, television shows, commercials, and sound recordings. She performs as guest soloist with orchestras internationally and throughout the U.S.

Her performances in film include Jurassic World, Tomorrowland, SpidermanMen in BlackBatman Returns, The Polar Express, and on Danny Elfman’s score for Cirque du Soleil’s Iris. In Animation, you’ve heard Bobbi sing in The Lion KingAladdin,Beauty and the BeastThe Little Mermaid, and Mulan. As a voiceover artist, she has portrayed assorted woodland and water creatures and even scary voices under the stairs in Nightmare Before Christmas. Bobbi was the voice of the Wind in Pocahontas, the voice of Princess YumYum in The Thief and the Cobbler, and she sang the love theme duet in Secret of Nimh 2 with Al Jarreau. Her musical performances appear in The Simpsons and Animaniacs, at the Disneyland attraction called Believe, and her voice greets you at the beginning of every episode of Family Guy and American Dad.

In addition to performing live and in the studio with such notable artists as Michael Bublé, Michael Jackson, Josh Groban, and Ringo Starr, Bobbi has 5 solo recordings: Dreamstreet and Holidays on Dreamstreet, with her popular and unique chamber jazz group of the same name, Hallmark’s Lullabies, the French standard, O Fait ce qu’on Peut, for WEA, and the Word Records Artists release, Grown Up Christmas List, performed with the London Philharmonic. Bobbi has also recorded as a vocalist and contractor alike for a host of rock bands, including Korn, Skillet, All American Rejects, Muse, P.O.D., Linkin Park, Matchbox 20, Rod Stewart, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fort Miner, Theory of a Deadman, and Simple Plan.