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Strong

Strong, Featuring the Billy Price Band

Billy Price's first studio recording since 2009 featuring Billy and the Billy Price Band along with special guests Monster Mike Welch, Fred Chapellier, and Mark Wenner and Mark Stutso of the Nighthawks.

Live

Billy Price and Fred Chapellier Live on Stage

CD and DVD documenting the May 2009 Night Work tour, featuring French guitarist Fred Chapellier and his band and Billy Price Band keyboard player Jimmy Britton. Recorded live at Espace Manureva, Charleville-M├ęzieres, France.

Note: The DVD is in PAL format and may not play on some DVD players and home theater systems that were purchased in the U.S. It plays fine on all computers.

Night Work

Night Work, Billy Price and Fred Chapellier

CD by Billy Price and French guitarist Fred Chapellier, backed by the Billy Price Band and featuring cameo appearances by Otis Clay and Mark Wenner of the Nighthawks.

East End

East End Avenue, featuring the Billy Price Band

Billy Price's long-awaited first studio recording since 1999, with 14 new songs (13 original), featuring Billy and the Billy Price Band. Here are one-minute, lo-fi samples of all the songs on the CD, in mp3 (all files are 588 KB):


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Live Free

Live & Free at Last (Billy Price & the KRB)

This compilation CD includes two complete recordings by Billy Price & the Keystone Rhythm Band, from 1984 and 1988 respectively:

More about Live & Free at Last... (hide)

Live

This CD captures Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band live at the Wax Museum in Washington D.C. Featuring the blistering rock/blues guitar of Glenn Pavone, the band smokes through a hot set of blues and soul before an enthusiastic audience. The CD includes the first release ever of a lost Otis Redding song, Since You've Gone Again; Price's version of I Can't Lose the Blues, which was later covered by bluesman Son Seals; and Price's lengthy workout on Tyrone Davis's Turn Back the Hands of Time.



Free at Last

The last recording by Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band, this CD contains original material written by Price and his bandmates, including Who You're Workin' For, Absolute Love, Real Time, and I'm Gonna Win the War. Recorded in Philadelphia at Studio Four and produced by Phil Niccolo, this CD adds a rock/pop veneer to Price's traditional soul sound. Featured soloists are Glenn Pavone on guitar and Don Aliquo, Jr. on tenor sax.

Funky Soul

Funky...Funky Soul

A DVD of the Billy Price Band's 90-minute performance at the Belgium Rhythm & Blues Festival.


read about "Funky...Funky Soul"

Sworn Testimony

Sworn Testimony: The Billy Price Band Live

This two-CD set features the Billy Price Band recorded live at the Ram's Head Tavern in Annapolis, MD at the end of April 2002.

read about "Sworn Testimony"

Can I Change My Mind

Can I Change My Mind

Produced in Los Angeles by Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams. In addition to the title song, which Billy Price recorded with Roy Buchanan in 1974 on Roy"s "Livestock" LP, this CD includes eight songs written especially for Billy by Swamp Dogg. Here's more information about the new CD.

read about "Can I Change My Mind"


The Soul Collection

The Soul Collection

Returning to Jeree Records in New Brighton, PA, where Billy Price made his first recording with the Keystone Rhythm Band ("Is It Over"), Price resurrects the spirit and feel of the southern soul music that came out of Memphis, Muscle Shoals, and Nashville in the 1960s and 1970s. The CD includes background vocals by Chicago veterans Dianne Madison (currently singing with Aretha Franklin), Theresa Davis (former member of The Emotions), and Robin Robinson, as well as a cameo appearance by Price's friend and mentor Otis Clay on Clay's "That's How It Is." The CD contains 16 great songs.

read about "The Soul Collection"


Danger Zone

Danger Zone

Billy Price's first post-Keystone Rhythm Band CD, Danger Zone is Price's tribute to the pre-rock 'n roll rhythm and blues sounds of the late 1940s and early 1950s. This CD features interpretations of songs originally recorded by artists such as Bobby Bland, Charles Brown, Big Joe Turner, and Little Willie John, performed by the cream of Pittsburgh's jazz/blues musicians, including Max Leake (piano), H.B. Bennett (drums), Nick Dialoiso (tenor sax), and Ralph Guzzi (trumpet). Danger Zone also includes three songs written by Percy Mayfield, sometimes known as "The Poet of the Blues."

read about "Danger Zone"


Free at Last

Free at Last

Digital copies are available from all the major download services, including Apple iTunes.


Billy Price Live 1994

Billy Price & the Keystone Rhythm Band Live

Digital copies are available from all the major download services, including Apple iTunes.


Billy Price Live 1994

Is it Over?, They Found Me Guilty

This CD contains the first two LPs recorded by Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band in 1979 and 1981 respectively. Is It Over was produced at Jeree Records in New Brighton, PA and contains many of Billy Price's most popular songs, including Eldorado Cafe, You Left the Water Running, Lickin' Stick, Slip Away, and Ace of Spades. They Found Me Guilty was recorded in the Washington, D.C. area and produced by Denny Bruce and Craig Leon. It features Billy Price's 10-minute soul opus "The Jury of Love" based on Bobby Bland's "Cry, Cry, Cry" and O.V. Wright's "Eight Men, Four Woman."

read about "Is It Over?,"

read about "They Found Me Guilty"



Mail in Orders

* Pennsylvania residents ordering by mail only, please add $.90 tax per CD (tax does not apply to credit-card sales). If you are buying CDs by check or money order, please add $3.00 per order to cover shipping and handling. Please send your order, with a personal check made out to "Billy Price," to:

Billy Price Band
P.O. Box 81831
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

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Strong

Strong, Featuring the Billy Price Band

Billy Price's first studio recording since 2009 featuring Billy and the Billy Price Band along with special guests Monster Mike Welch, Fred Chapellier, and Mark Wenner and Mark Stutso of the Nighthawks.

Live

Billy Price and Fred Chapellier Live on Stage

CD and DVD documenting the May 2009 Night Work tour, featuring French guitarist Fred Chapellier and his band and Billy Price Band keyboard player Jimmy Britton. Recorded live at Espace Manureva, Charleville-M├ęzieres, France.

Note: The DVD is in PAL format and may not play on some DVD players and home theater systems that were purchased in the U.S. It plays fine on all computers.

Night Work

Night Work, Billy Price and Fred Chapellier

CD by Billy Price and French guitarist Fred Chapellier, backed by the Billy Price Band and featuring cameo appearances by Otis Clay and Mark Wenner of the Nighthawks.

East End

East End Avenue, featuring the Billy Price Band

Billy Price's long-awaited first studio recording since 1999, with 14 new songs (13 original), featuring Billy and the Billy Price Band. Here are one-minute, lo-fi samples of all the songs on the CD, in mp3 (all files are 588 KB):


Listen To East End Avenue (hide)
Live Free

Live & Free at Last (Billy Price & the KRB)

This compilation CD includes two complete recordings by Billy Price & the Keystone Rhythm Band, from 1984 and 1988 respectively:

More about Live & Free at Last... (hide)

Live

This CD captures Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band live at the Wax Museum in Washington D.C. Featuring the blistering rock/blues guitar of Glenn Pavone, the band smokes through a hot set of blues and soul before an enthusiastic audience. The CD includes the first release ever of a lost Otis Redding song, Since You've Gone Again; Price's version of I Can't Lose the Blues, which was later covered by bluesman Son Seals; and Price's lengthy workout on Tyrone Davis's Turn Back the Hands of Time.



Free at Last

The last recording by Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band, this CD contains original material written by Price and his bandmates, including Who You're Workin' For, Absolute Love, Real Time, and I'm Gonna Win the War. Recorded in Philadelphia at Studio Four and produced by Phil Niccolo, this CD adds a rock/pop veneer to Price's traditional soul sound. Featured soloists are Glenn Pavone on guitar and Don Aliquo, Jr. on tenor sax.

Funky Soul

Funky...Funky Soul

A DVD of the Billy Price Band's 90-minute performance at the Belgium Rhythm & Blues Festival.


read about "Funky...Funky Soul"

Sworn Testimony

Sworn Testimony: The Billy Price Band Live

This two-CD set features the Billy Price Band recorded live at the Ram's Head Tavern in Annapolis, MD at the end of April 2002.

read about "Sworn Testimony"

Can I Change My Mind

Can I Change My Mind

Produced in Los Angeles by Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams. In addition to the title song, which Billy Price recorded with Roy Buchanan in 1974 on Roy"s "Livestock" LP, this CD includes eight songs written especially for Billy by Swamp Dogg. Here's more information about the new CD.

read about "Can I Change My Mind"


The Soul Collection

The Soul Collection

Returning to Jeree Records in New Brighton, PA, where Billy Price made his first recording with the Keystone Rhythm Band ("Is It Over"), Price resurrects the spirit and feel of the southern soul music that came out of Memphis, Muscle Shoals, and Nashville in the 1960s and 1970s. The CD includes background vocals by Chicago veterans Dianne Madison (currently singing with Aretha Franklin), Theresa Davis (former member of The Emotions), and Robin Robinson, as well as a cameo appearance by Price's friend and mentor Otis Clay on Clay's "That's How It Is." The CD contains 16 great songs.

read about "The Soul Collection"


Danger Zone

Danger Zone

Billy Price's first post-Keystone Rhythm Band CD, Danger Zone is Price's tribute to the pre-rock 'n roll rhythm and blues sounds of the late 1940s and early 1950s. This CD features interpretations of songs originally recorded by artists such as Bobby Bland, Charles Brown, Big Joe Turner, and Little Willie John, performed by the cream of Pittsburgh's jazz/blues musicians, including Max Leake (piano), H.B. Bennett (drums), Nick Dialoiso (tenor sax), and Ralph Guzzi (trumpet). Danger Zone also includes three songs written by Percy Mayfield, sometimes known as "The Poet of the Blues."

read about "Danger Zone"


Free at Last

Free at Last

Digital copies are available from all the major download services, including Apple iTunes.


Billy Price Live 1994

Billy Price & the Keystone Rhythm Band Live

Digital copies are available from all the major download services, including Apple iTunes.


Billy Price Live 1994

Is it over?, They found me guilty

This CD contains the first two LPs recorded by Billy Price and the Keystone Rhythm Band in 1979 and 1981 respectively. Is It Over was produced at Jeree Records in New Brighton, PA and contains many of Billy Price's most popular songs, including Eldorado Cafe, You Left the Water Running, Lickin' Stick, Slip Away, and Ace of Spades. They Found Me Guilty was recorded in the Washington, D.C. area and produced by Denny Bruce and Craig Leon. It features Billy Price's 10-minute soul opus "The Jury of Love" based on Bobby Bland's "Cry, Cry, Cry" and O.V. Wright's "Eight Men, Four Woman."

read about "Is It Over?,"

read about "They Found Me Guilty"



Mail in Orders

* Pennsylvania residents ordering by mail only, please add $.90 tax per CD (tax does not apply to credit-card sales). If you are buying CDs by check or money order, please add $3.00 per order to cover shipping and handling. Please send your order, with a personal check made out to "Billy Price," to:

Billy Price Band
P.O. Box 81831
Pittsburgh, PA 15217