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Anne Price

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"Review of My Time Dirty Linen"

"Anne Price sings just like early Joan Baez (with a touch of Carolyn Hester). . . . 'Diets' . . . is a hilarious but very real commentary on women and the media." - Dirty Linen Magazine

"Review of My Time, Faith Petric"

The title song alone is more than worth getting this tape for. . . . Overall, here are thoughts touching on real life presented rhythmically and joyously, and most often with humor. - Newsletter of the San Francisco Folk Music Club

"NY Folk Music review, Sol Weber"

Anne Price has a glorious expressive voice. - Newsletter, NY Pinewoods Folk Music Club


Remember Me (2005)
Hearth & Fire (1998)
Happy Landings (with Marilyn Maltzer) (2003)

My Time (1993)
Coming Home (1987)
Hearth & Fire (1998)
Happy Landings (1989)



Anne Price has been singing folk songs since childhood. She began performing publicly in 1979 and has continued ever since in coffeehouses, libraries, schools, political benefits, and festivals . Early influences were Burl Ives, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, and Pete Seeger. Her wide repertoire includes everything from American, English, Irish, and Scottish ballads, to songs of the labor movement, sea songs, cowboy songs, and songs by folk-influenced contemporary writers. And she sings a few popular songs of her own. Interpreted in her strong, rich, expressive, her songs can be funny or sad, thought-provoking or moving. Anne is a long-time Executive Board member of the New York Pinewoods Folk Music Club and is well-known in the folk music community of the Northeast. She has played frequently at the NEFFA Festival in Natick MA, the NOMAD Festival in CT, The Minstrel Coffeehouse in Morristown NJ, The People's Voice Cafe in New York City, the Uptown Coffeehouse in Riverdale NY, 22 Below Cabaret in New York City, and many other venues. Peggy Seeger said of Anne "The richness of your voice astounded me." Sol "Roundman" Weber said "Anne Price has a glorious expressive voice." Dirty Linen Magazine said "Anne Price sings just like early Joan Baez (with a touch of Carolyn Hester). "Surely among the most beautiful folk voices being heard today," said Joanne Davis.