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Come to the Cabaret! 2016-2017 Season

Sept 9th raising funds for The Ninth Ward House Project

Oct 14th raising funds for Anchorage Community Band

Nov 11th raising funds for Armed Services YMCA

Jan 13th raising funds for Irish Dance Academy of Alaska

Feb 10th raising funds for YWCA Youth programs

Mar 17th Saint Patrick's Day Celebration

Apr 14th raising funds for The American Lung Assoc.

May 12th  raising funds for CASA

 

Philip Price

Philip M. Price is an Irish singer and traditional folk artist who has been collecting, performing, and writing Irish ballads for many years. Throughout his career, Philip has played traditional Irish, American bluegrass, folk, and contemporary music with many bands and artists, including the original Blasket Sound (with Joe Byrne and Shay Coyne), Turlough (with Terry Malone and Tommy Walsh of "Inisheer" fame), banjo sensation Derek Duff, and Fir Og (with John Walsh, Ben Saylor, and Tom Walker). He also recorded with Turlough in the 1980s and is featured singing "At Last I'm Ready for Christmas" on the The Derry Aires 2009 holiday album, Frozen Assets.

Although delighting audiences across Europe, the United States, South America, and Central Asia for the past four decades, this Dublin-born artist began as a grade school choir reject. As Philip grew up in Ireland's ballad boom of the 1960s, he discovered that he had a talent for captivating an audience while belting out a tune. Over many years of singing first by the peat fireside at youth hostels, then at pub sessions across Dublin, and finally on stages across Europe and the U.S., Philip honed his craft as a musical storyteller and a strong, clear, and powerful vocal performer. 

Philip now lives in Anchorage, Alaska where he is a university professor and an Irish history and music enthusiast.

In Dublin Town Where I Was Born

 


In Dublin Town is collection of traditional and original songs presenting the dulcet yet driving sound of Irish balladeer Philip M. Price. Collaborating with some his favorite singers and musicians, Philip offers a unique mix of songs and styles while staying true to his Dublin roots.