Not much is known about Chester Price, but he was cousin to Billy and Everett Price who were important sources for Sandy Ives as well as Louise Manny’s work in the Miramichi area. The Price cousins descended from a musical family, including their grandfather Abraham Munn, a singer and song-writer in his own right. Chester sang only one song for Sandy Ives, “Benjamin Deane,” and it was almost by accident that he was even at Billy’s house to begin with. He had stopped by while hitch-hiking to the dentist!
Billy Price, Everett Price, singer, Sandy Ives, “Benjamin Deane”
Ethnomusicology | Folklore | Oral History
Price, Chester, "Chester Price" (2012). Maine Song and Story Sampler Artists. 6.