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Ray Price is an Australian country music singer-songwriter and guitarist. He was born on 4 March 1953 in Sydney, Australia. He is best known for his hit singles "For the Good Times" and "Crazy Arms". Price began his career in the late 1960s, performing in local clubs and pubs. He released his debut album, Ray Price, in 1971. He has since released over 30 albums and has had numerous hit singles, including "For the Good Times", "Crazy Arms", "Heartaches by the Number", and "Night Life". Price has won numerous awards, including the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year award in 1975 and the Academy of Country Music's Top Male Vocalist award in 1976. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996. As of 2021, Ray Price's net worth is estimated to be roughly $10 million. He has earned his wealth from his successful career in music. He has released numerous albums and singles, and has toured extensively throughout his career.
|Popular As||Raymond Alan Price|
|Age||70 years old|
|Born||4 March 1953|
|Birthplace||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
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Ray Price Height, Weight & Measurements
At 70 years old, Ray Price height is 183 cm and Weight 89 kg.
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Ray Price Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Ray Price worth at the age of 70 years old? Ray Price’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Australia. We have estimated Ray Price's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2023||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
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On 12 December 2006, Price revealed he was suffering from bowel cancer. He appeared on The Footy Show on 16 June 2007 and declared that he had beaten the aforesaid cancer. Price married into the Kellett family. Ray Price is retired and lives in Northern NSW with his wife Sandy. He is a regular on the local golf courses and is still actively involved in charity work for organisations, including Men of League.
1986 was planned to be (and was) his last season with the Eels and he celebrated with an unprecedented fifth straight win of the Dally M Lock of the Year and a premiership win in the grand final.
Following the enforced retirement of incumbent NSW and Australian captain Max Krilich due to a persistent neck injury in 1983, Ray Price was given the captaincy of NSW for the 1984 State of Origin series. Although Queensland won the series 2-1, there was a strong public push, especially within the Sydney media and from the NSWRL, for Price to be named as Australian captain for the upcoming Ashes series against Great Britain. However, with a view to the future, the Australian Rugby League named Queensland captain (and vice-captain of the 1982 Kangaroos) Wally Lewis as the new test captain. Price retired from representative football following the final test of the 1984 Ashes series, played in front of 18,756 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Australia won the match 20-7 and the series 3-0. Following the game, Price gave his No. 13 (Lock-forward) jumper to Pearce in a symbol of passing the torch.
With Parramatta winning their second premiership in succession, Price was an automatic selection for the 1982 Kangaroo Tour. Coached by Frank Stanton, the 1982 Kangaroos went through their tour of Great Britain and France undefeated, becoming the first Kangaroo touring side to achieve the feat. As a result, the 1982 Kangaroos became known as The Invincibles. Price played in the first two Ashes tests against Great Britain and was named Man of the Match in the Kangaroos 27-4 win in the second test at Wigan's Central Park ground. A knee injury would keep him out of the final test against the Lions at Headingley in Leeds as well as the two test series against France. He also played in the pre-tour test against Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby. Australia won its first ever test against the Kumuls 38-4.
1979 proved to be Price's finest year, for he won the Rothmans Medal and the Rugby League Week Player of the Year awards and was established as the premier lock in Australia, a place he was to hold until the middle 1980s. Although his form at club level never reached quite the same standard of his first four seasons, his high work rate and chasing of Peter Sterling's kicks made Price an integral part of Parramatta's hat-trick of premierships in 1981-1982-1983. Though he had been superseded by both Wayne Pearce of the Balmain Tigers (who had been moved into the second row in test and NSW teams since 1982/83) and Paul Vautin of Manly-Warringah as Australia's premier lock, Price was still at his best in 1985, winning the Dally M Lock of the Year for the fourth successive year and the Rugby League Week Player of the Year award for the second time. That same year, Price became the first rugby league player to win the Order of Australia Medal (OAM).
After this, Price moved to play rugby league for the Parramatta Eels and was an instant sensation with his courage and high work rate. Although Parramatta lost the grand final that year, Price played consistently well throughout, and he only improved in the following three seasons, maintaining his form even in the fiery and successful assault of the St. George pack in the 1977 Grand Final Replay (which Parramatta lost 0–22). Despite being controversially sent off in the 1978 minor semi-final, it was no surprise when Price was chosen to go on the 1978 Kangaroo tour.
Ray Price began his career playing rugby union for Junior Club Dundas Valley, played senior rugby union for the Parramatta Two Blues, New South Wales Waratahs and represented the Wallabies in 7 tests, as flanker/breakaway, between 1974 and 1975, scoring 4 tries. One of these was against the New Zealand All Blacks, when, following a wayward penalty kick, Price wrested the ball from an in-goal defender, and scored. During the 1975 England rugby tour of Australia, Price was so intimidating off the back of the lineout, that English flyhalf Alan Old stood >20 metres from the scrumhalf.
Raymond Allan Price OAM, (born 4 March 1953) is an Australian former dual-code international rugby union and rugby league footballer. He was nicknamed 'Mr Perpetual Motion' for his hard, intimidating style of play in league at lock forward. Price played rugby league for Sydney's Parramatta Eels club, with whom he won four NSWRL premierships, a Dally M Medal and a Rothmans Medal. He also played in State of Origin for New South Wales.