Enjoy blues and rock with our old friend D.L. Duncan. He’s BACK from touring out west… So glad to have him performing some of our favorites: “20 Years of BB King”, “1-800-Used -to- Be”, or “Wild Hair on My Redneck”.
Award-winning songwriter and guitarist D.L. Duncan’s music is planted firmly in the rich ground of today’s blues and roots landscape. His latest CD, 2015’s self-titled D.L. Duncan, has garnered critical acclaim and worldwide radio play — and earned him a bevy of new fans. Thanks to his two Gold Records for country songs and two nominations for the Blues Music Association’s Song of the Year, many music insiders have known of the songwriter “Dave” Duncan for years, but his current album announced to the world that the new D.L. Duncan is coming on strong as a performer as well.
While Duncan may have been a well-kept industry secret for a majority of music fans, he developed quite a reputation among American musicians themselves. Cases in point: Guests on the D.L. Duncan album include Sonny Landreth (slide guitar), Delbert McClinton (harmonica), David Hood (bass), The McCrary Sisters (vocals), and Kevin McKendree (piano). The album was mixed by multiple Grammy™ winner Tony Daigle. Previous guests on D.L.’s albums have included Reese Wynans on piano (from Stevie Ray Vaughan’s band) and guitar giant Jack Pearson.