|born on||19 April 1942 at 07:00 (= 07:00 AM )|
|Place||Durham, England, 54n47, 1w34|
|Timezone||GDWT h2e (is double war time)|
|Astrology data||28°31' 08°39 Asc. 27°19'|
British musician, an organist, one of the most popular in London for his club act by 1994.
Born in Fairfield, County Durham to a working class family, he was raised in the Newcastle area. As a teenager, he assembled a group called the "Alan Price Combo" to play at local clubs and dances. During 1962-63 they became the No.1 pop music group in Newcastle, a featured act at the Club-a-Go-Go.
They changed their name to the "Animals" and made a London debut in late 1963 with a radio debut on 12/27/1963. Their first single did not get much attention but the second, "House of the Rising Sun" became a major hit in the UK, leading to a U.S. British tour with Chuck Berry, beginning in August 1964. Their superstar status ended up being a short gig due to drug use which led to their disbanding by the late '60s.
In the '90s, Price was playing small club gigs in the London area as "Alan Price and the Electric Blues Co."
- business associate/partner relationship with Burdon, Eric (born 11 May 1941). Notes: Band mates in The Animals
- Work : Prize 1962 at 12:00 midnight in Newcastle, England (No. 1 pop music group)
- Social : Great Publicity 1994 (Most popular club act in London)
Nandon Bosma quotes him in London, late 1996, playing in the Green Room at the Cafe Royal, a cabaret and nightclub.
- Lifestyle : Work : Travel for work (Touring)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Night Club/ Vaudeville (Club act)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Group/ Duo (Animals)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Instrumentalist (Organist)