The Music of Bill Price. The album, "Love So Right" *Videos*
My father, Bill Price, is a singer, songwriter and musician. The bulk of the summers of my childhood were spent on the road, touring across North America and Mexico. Having a Summer birthday, I rarely spent a birthday in my home state of Oregon.
He spoke and performed primarily and Christian and Bible themed youth camps, but also had a good sized adult following. He performed with the likes of Bob Carlisle, Greg X. Volz and Steve Camp.
Recently, my father and i wanted to archive some of his music for folks who may remember him from back in the day or for anyone who knows him now to see what he was doing twenty pus years ago.
I'll add more videos to this Hub as they are completed but, for now, here's the first five from the album. They were also all originally posted on my blog, but I've consolidated them here. I'll likely share the story of how this album came to be at some point. it's very interesting.
This album, his third, came out when I was nine years old and I still remember the process very well. It was a fascinating way to grow up in my opinion.
For now, enjoy the music!
First, my dad now:
and now for Love So Right...
Track One: Search and Rescue
Track Two: Love So Right
Track Four: Godless Desire
Track Five: You Gotta Choose
Track Six: If You Say
Tracks 7-9 coming soon. be sure to bookmark and follow!
Thanks for Reading.
PDXKaraokeGuy, also known as Justin W. Price, is the managing editor at eFiction horror. Husband to Andrea, father to two dogs. writer.poet.baseball fan. tattooed. He is am amateur theologian with a rabid sweet tooth. He resides in a suburb of Portland, Oregon.He has a poetry book available for Amazon Kindle, and also maintains a blog, FirstBlog. His work has been featured in the Crisis Chronicles, efiction Magazine, The Hellroaring Review, the Bellwether Review, eFiction Humor, and the Rusty Nail. Please visit his profile page for more information. Thanks!
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