- Alice Springs, Northern Territory
- Country | Folk | Pop | Roots | World
- About Jacinta
Jacinta was born in Darwin and has grown up in Alice Springs. Being part of two cultures Warlpiri and Anglo-Celtic has influenced the way in which she created her music.
As a youngster she played the violin before her focus switched to voice as part of local hip-hop groups Flava 4 and C-Mobs. She also performs as a solo artist writing her own material and in 2001 was chosen to sing the national anthem for the Yeperenye Federation Festival.
Jacinta has worked as a music workshop facilitator in remote communities and local high schools. She performs regularly at the annual Alice Springs Desert Festival and holds song writing workshops.
Jacinta co-manages the Desert Divas, a collective of young Aboriginal women who love to perform music and are there to inspire others to follow.
Jacinta Price is famous for her soulful voice, which won her Artist of the Year at the 2011 NAIDOC Awards, as well as for her appearances on children’s program Yamba’s Playtime, aired on Imparja TV.
Jacinta Price is also known as Sassy-J when she collaborates with the Alice Springs-based hip-hop group Catch the Fly.
Album formats explained Explain formats
- 10": 10 inch vinyl records were played at 45 or 33 1/3 rounds per minute (rpm). The former could hold 9, the latter 12 minutes of music per side.
- 7": 7 inch records (often referred to as 45s) were played at 45 rpm or 33 1/3 rpm, with about 4:30 or 6 minutes of music per side.
- LP: Long play, is a vinyl record played at 33 1⁄3 rpm with a 12 or 10-inch diameter.
- EP: Extended play, are vinyl records that allowed two or even three songs on each side.
- 21 November 2013
- Dry River
- Another Way
- Release Me
- Don't Go Falling in Love
- For The Ladies
- Money Problem Blues
- Night & Day
- Thats How It Is
- Thank You
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