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Rod Price

(November 22nd 1947 - March 22nd, 2005)


Birth Name: Rod Price
Born: November 22, 1947 - London, England
Died: March 22, 2005 - Wilton, New Hampshire
Cause Of Death: Head Trauma From Stairway Fall

1969 Black Cat Bones - Barbed Wire Sandwich
1972 Foghat - Foghat
1973 Foghat - Rock & Roll
1974 Foghat - Energized
1974 Foghat - Rock And Roll Outlaws
1975 Foghat - Fool For The City
1976 Foghat - Night Shift
1977 Foghat - Live
1978 Foghat - Stone Blue
1979 Foghat - Boogie Motel
1980 Foghat - Tight Shoes
1994 Foghat - Return Of The Boogie Men
1998 Foghat - Road Cases
1999 Foghat - King Biscuit Flower Hour
2000 Rod Price - Open
2003 Foghat - Decades Live
2003 Rod Price - West Four

Guitarist Rod Price, founding member of the blues boogie band Foghat, died Tuesday after falling down a stairway at his home, a family friend said. He was 57.

The London native's solos drove Foghat to three platinum and eight gold records during the band's quarter-century career. After many years of touring he settled in Wilton in 1994.

Many in town knew Price as a loving dad who never missed his son's baseball, soccer or basketball games. Fewer people knew of Price's musical background.

Price had played with Champion Jack Dupree, Duster Bennett, Eddie Kirkland, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Willie Dixon and Honey Boy Edwards.

In recent years, Price concentrated on his blues projects, cutting several CDs in past few years and giving private guitar lessons at his his home.

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