Kelly Price Biography, Age, Husband, Albums, Gospel Songs and News

Kelly Price Biography – Who Is Kelly Price

Kelly Price (full name: Kelly Cherelle Price) is an American R&B singer and songwriter who has been nominated nine times for a Grammy award.

Kelly began singing in church when she was just a toddler in Queens, New York. In January 1992, she made her professional debut at Madison Square Garden with George Michael.

Kelly Price Age | How Old Is Kelly Price

The ‘As We Lay’ singer is 45 years old as of 2018. She was born on 4 April 1973 in Queens, New York City, New York, United States.

Kelly Price Husband

Price was married to Jeffrey Rolle, Sr., her then manager. The two got married in 1992 at the age of 19 and after 23 years of marriage, Kelly decided to get a divorce from Rolle. The former couple has two children: a son and a daughter.

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Price was heard singing during one of the rehearsals for the Grammy Awards by Mariah Carey, who was late while everyone else was on a meal break. She later introduced

Kelly Price Albums

Soul of a Woman(1998)
Mirror Mirror(2000)
One Family: A Christmas Album (2001)
This Is Who I Am(2006)
Sing Pray Love, Vol. 1: Sing (2014)

Kelly Price Songs

Friend of Mine (Remix)
(featuring R. and Ronald Isley)
Secret Love
Soul of a Woman
It’s Gonna Rain
While You Were Gone
As We Lay
Love Sets You Free (Remix)
You Should’ve Told Me
Mirror, Mirror
In Love at Christmas
(featuring Mary Mary)
Take It 2 The Head
(featuring Keith Murray)
How Does It Feel (Married Your Girl)
He Proposed
This Is Who I Am
Not My Daddy
(with Stokley and Mint Condition)
It’s My Time
Everytime (Grateful)
As featured artist
Heartbreak Hotel
(Whitney Houston featuring Faith Evans & Price)
You and Me
(LL Cool J featuring Price)
God’s Gift
(Jeff Majors featuring Price)

Kelly Price Gospel Songs – Music

  • As We Lay
  • Healing
  • I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
  • It’s Gonna Rain
  • Friend of Mine
  • Love Sets You Free
  • Not My Daddy
  • You Should’ve Told Me
  • Soul of a Woman
  • It’s My Time
  • Heartbreak Hotel
  • Get Up and Praise
  • Lord of All
  • Nobody but Jesus
  • God Is Faithful
  • Take It to the Head
  • I Can’t Turn Back
  • What a Friend
  • Everytime (Grateful)
  • Heaven’s Best
  • You Complete Me
  • Just as I Am
  • God Is Not Dead
  • In Love At Christmas
  • National Anthem
  • Himaholic
  • Kiss Test
  • Don’t Say Goodbye
  • Take Me to a Dream
  • Tired
  • Sister
  • Don’t Go Away (interlude)
  • At Least (The Little Things)
  • My Tribute
  • Precious Lord, Take My Hand
  • This Is Who I Am
  • Back 2 Love
  • Can’t Run Away
  • Priceless (interlude)
  • Whatcha Gon Do
  • Strong Man (Jeff in C Minor)
  • Her
  • Xmas Medley
  • Messiah Has Come
  • If I Lose Christmas
  • Sing Pray Love Interlude
  • Neva Been Scared
  • It Hurts Too Much To Say (Gerald Levert with Price)

Kelly Price As We Lay

Kelly Price Tired

Kelly Price Soul Of A Woman

R Kelly Kelly Price and Ron Isley – Friend Of Mine

Kelly Price Net Worth

Price’s net worth is estimated to be about $2.5 Million.

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Kelly Price News

Grammy-nominated singers Kelly Rowland and Kelly Price appear in new BET series American Soul, based on Soul Train

Anyone in the music industry knows just how talented Kelly Rowland is. For Grammy nominee Kelly Price, she learned this up close and personal during a table read for the new BET show, American Soul. Price reveals she was left in tears upon hearing Rowland’s “entrancing” vocals.

“I had the first line coming out of the song at the table read. I was so entranced, I forgot to say my line. It was wonderful and we had water in our eyes,” Price, told PEOPLE.

Rowland is appearing in a recurring role in American Soul as Gladys Knight, and viewers can expect to see her performing Knight’s hit song “Midnight Train to Georgia.”

“She is always one of the sweetest, most genuine people in this industry,” she said. “It was really great to see her translate Gladys Knight. She did it effortlessly.”

However, Rowland isn’t the only former Destiny’s Child member to appear in the series — Michelle Williams will appear in a guest role as Diana Ross.

Joining the star-studded cast is Sinqua Walls, who takes on the lead role as Don Cornelius, the former TV host who created the music-dance show Soul Train back in the early 1970’s.

American Soul will tell the story of Don Cornelius and his success and struggles during the creation of the legendary music program.

“Follow your dreams, and if you have a passion, don’t let it be denied,” Walls, 33, told PEOPLE regarding what he took from playing Don Cornelius. “At the time, as a black man in the 1970’s, to be a host and create a TV show was unheard of. So follow your dreams, and you will be successful.”

Along with the story of the Cornelius’ music program, American Soul also touches on race relations during that time period, which relates to Price’s role as African-American mother Brianne Clark.

“For Brianne, her intrigue and purpose is to show what a black family looked like,” the singer says. “You literally watch her go through a new journey from episode one to episode ten. She’s forced to find her voice that she lost and gave up.”

While the BET show is based on Don Cornelius, another Cornelius is involved in the production behind the scenes: his son, Tony, and he has hopes for what viewers can learn about his father’s legacy.