Умер басист Rick Price (10.6.1944 - 17.5.2022)

Умер басист Rick Price (10.6.1944 - 17.5.2022) - Похоронный портал

Born: 10 June 1944 in Birmingham, England - Died: 17 May 2022, was an English bassist who played with various Birmingham-based rock bands.
Most notable group memberships include The Move (1969-1971), Electric Light Orchestra (1970) and Wizzard (1972-1975)


Rick Price was many things but he was mainly Roy Wood’s right hand man. He was the ‘Roy Hand Man’. Incredible multi-instrumentalist. Such a sad loss.

Who Is Rick Price's Wife Dianee Lee?

Richard Gordon Price was an English bassist who was a member of many Birmingham-based rock bands, including Sight and Sound, the Move (1969–1971), and Wizzard (1972–1975).

Rick Price Cause Of Death

Price died from natural causes per our reports. Price died suddenly on May 17, 2022.

He once signed with Gemini Records and recorded (with Sheridan) the album This Is To Certify That, which was published in 1970, and a solo album, Talking To The Flowers, which was released in 1971.

He re-joined Wood’s new band, Wizzard, and scored two British number one hit songs with them, “See My Baby Jive” and “Angel Fingers,” as well as the No. 4 Christmas classic “I Wish It Could Be Christmas every day” (all 1973)

He later formed Light Fantastic with old Move colleague Carl Wayne before establishing Mongrel with future Wizzard drummers Charlie Grima and Keith Smart.

Price married Dianne Lee, a member of the 1970s duet Peters and Lee. The pair performed hits and new songs on tour as a duet.

He was 77 years old.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

Talking To The Flowers

Sheridan* / Price* 

Vim Buzz

Light Fantastic

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