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Page McConnell

Page Samuel McConnell (born May 17, 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is the pianist/organist/keyboardist for Phish.

His senior year of high school was at Lawrence Academy, Groton, Massachusetts. Went to Southern Methodist University from fall of 1982 to spring 1984. He then went to Goddard College from fall 1984 to December 1987. This is where he met his mento, Karl Boyle, and wrote his senior study "The Art of Improvisation" under Boyle's guidance.

His father, Dr. Jack McConnell worked at McNeil and helped develop Tylenol. His father then started a free health clinic that was staffed by retired health workers in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Page plays a Hammond B3 with a Leslie 122 speaker, a Fender Rhodes, a Yamaha C7 "baby grand" (7'6") piano, a Hohner D2 Clavinet, a Moog Source, and a Yamaha CS50 polyphonic synthesizer. He also plays the theremin.