ARTIST                              TITLE                                   LENGTH

Gregory Page                                    Right Now Not Tomorrow              03:11     

Featuring Jason Mraz
Produced by Robbie Robinson
Right Now Not TomorrowGregory Page


Label:               V2 Records (Europe)

Artist:                Gregory Page

Release Type:   Single

Contact Name: Scott Riggs

Contact Email:



On the heels of his incredibly successful first single, "Green Lights & Blue Skies" (with over a quarter of a million streams on Spotify), Gregory Page unveils his latest single "Right Now Not Tomorrow" (feat. Jason Mraz), from his forthcoming album "One Hell Of Memory" (coming out November 13th, 2020).

An upbeat duet between Page and his close friend Jason Mraz, "Right Now Not Tomorrow"

is a positively charged anthem that optimistically encourages action. The empowering lyrics urge us off our figurative “easy chair,” out of our comfort zone and into the glorious chaos of life. As the song aims rays of sunshine on the future, it does not leave the past in the shadows. Page interweaves tradition with change taking the best of yesterday into a new era. Dennis Caplinger’s (Eric Claption, JJ Cale and The Simpsons) work on the banjo and fiddle gives the song an American barn dance feel while Eric Rgiler (Braveheart, The Titanic, Outlander) plays the Irish uilleann pipes, adding an emotional lift as the inspiring lyrics get us up on our feet, dancing toward a brighter tomorrow. "Right Now Not Tomorrow" is out now and available on all major streaming platforms.

Gregory Page is a singer-songwriter and guitarist based in California. Page has a prolific and influential music career spanning indie rock, folk, country, blues and jazz. Page has been performing on stages around the world for decades and his music has been featured on the BBC, NPR, and film and television soundtracks, including "Ray Donovan" and "Better Things". Page has also worked with and opened for an array of legendary and iconic singer-songwriters throughout his career including John Prine, Judy Collins, John Doe, Jason Mraz and Bob Dylan