About Duncan

Born with an innate sense of rhythm, Duncan started banging on pots & pans before he could even walk and was ready to perform publicly when he was very young.   "I saw a group of Korean drummers when I was about four and I could not wait to get home and start drumming. I've been hooked on percussion ever since."  Duncan started his musical career as the youngest ever member of Steel De Boro.  

Duncan won the National CampJam online solo competition for drums in 2010.  A panel of music professionals and highly acclaimed drummers chose him as their winner.   He was also named the Winner in RocketTown Nashville's  first ever drum-off in 2012.  He has been part of two International Blues Challenge  Youth Bands from AL and TN.  He has competed in the IBC in Memphis 3 times with these two bands. 
He has played in and around all major venues in Nashville TN and Birmingham, AL, as well as venues across the Southeast.  He opened shows for Eddie Money and Starship with his band Cumberland Blue in the summer of 2015.

He's worked in studio with Andy Jackson of Hot Rod Circuit & Terrible Things at Jackalope Studios in Birmingham AL, Clint Jacobs of the Rhett Akins Band,  Johnny Sandlin of The Allman Brothers Band at Duck Tape Studios,  Fool on the HIll Studios in Nashville, The Sound Kitchen in Nashville with Ben Terry and with Kevin McKendree at The Rock House among others.

He has played drums and percussion in Nashville with  Emmy Russell, Aubryn Stevens, Preston James, Doug Williamson,  and others and around the country with Maison McGill and the McCrary Sisters.  He is the drummer for Exalt, a worship band in Nashville TN.   He also plays regularly with worship bands at Hermitage Hills Baptist Church and several camps and touring choirs.
He gives private drums lessons in his studio "The Red Shed" in Nashville.

  "When I heard Duncan I heard passion and dedication for the instrument. I believe he is dedicated enough to go all the way to the top.  He is what drummers should be. Energized to move you !" Liberty Devitto, Billy Joel former drummer.