Rick Price (born 6 July 1961) is an Australian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and music producer, popular throughout Europe and Asia, where he has been given favourable reviews equal to those of such international vocalists as Bryan Adams and Richard Marx.
Price was born in Beaudesert, a small county town near Brisbane, Queensland. He began playing music at the age of nine appearing with his family band Union Beau. Citing such artists as diverse as Stevie Wonder, James Taylor and Carole King as inspiration At age 18, Price escaped to Sydney and continued working as a musician, playing bass with various inner city outfits and landing the occasional studio and touring work. During the mid-80s Rick turned his focus more towards his singing. His distinctive vocals were soon in demand and in 1988 he was invited to sing "Celebration of a Nation", with Keren Minshull, the theme song for Australia's Bicentennial. This opportunity helped lay the foundations for his solo career.