Paige Johnson is a female country singer and songwriter who values the roots of country music, and she hopes to preserve those roots with her own music. She is a junior at Belmont University in Nashville, TN where she is majoring in Music Business in the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business. Paige grew up in Angier, NC where she began music lessons when she was five years old and began playing guitar a couple years later. In 2017, Paige was nominated as Best Country Female in the 10th Annual Carolina Music Awards. She has performed for many local organizations, churches, NC congressional representatives, the Carolina Mudcats and Buies Creek Astros baseball teams, North Carolina Fall Festival, Harnett Regional Agricultural Fair, Angier High School Mega Reunion, Lillington Voice, Relay for Life, the Johnston Community College Country Music Showcase, the popular Opry Mills Unplugged Showcase Series, Belmont University's Country Music Showcase and the legendary Blue Bird Cafe in Nashville, TN. Some of Paige's most memorable performances have allowed her to share the stage with country artists Scotty McCreery, James Otto, and Luke Pell in her home state. She also began the “Country on the Outskirts of Town” Country Music Dinner Theater in Angier, NC in 2012 and continues to produce and perform in those sold-out shows throughout the year.