Bryan Duncan started performing professionally with the Sweet Comfort Band and recorded six albums with them before launching a solo career. Throughout his career he has released 14 solo projects, and performed on numerous compilation projects such as Voices (Co-produced by Rick Thomson), Odes by John Schreiner, and appeared on video projects such as the video, Left Behind: The Movie. Bryan has also received four Dove Awards and multiple Dove and Grammy Award nominations. In all, with his newest album Conversations, and three more with the NehoSoul Band, he has sold in excess of 1.2 million records and videos.
Duncan was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame along with Amy Grant and Al Green. He has received four Dove Awards and one Grammy Award.
Duncan’s enthusiasm for riding his custom Harley Davidson was fodder for his first book, “Hogwash” – humorous reflections on motorcycle madness. He authored two more books. He describes “Dear God…Really?” as prayers you won’t hear in church and “Spoke to God. He Said…” as a five-second devotional.
“It’s no secret that I’m a social media enthusiast,” says Duncan. “I love interacting with people on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Indiegogo, ReverbNation and my website. “I’m a conversationalist and an external processor,” he says. “The inspiration for my books and many of my songs have come from conversations.
“I love people and share my experiences and my relationship with God through my books, music and social media with the hope that others will experience Jesus’ love, grace and redemption as I have,” says Duncan.
He established his own record label called, Red Road Records, which is short for Redemption Road Records and created a radio show and podcast entitled “Radio Rehab” which he leads. He created Radio Rehab to support recovery programs. Radio Rehab programs are available online and on several radio networks, including the Armed Forces Radio Network.
Bryan is truly the man with many talents. During the latter part of 2012, Bryan was working on his own newly released solo record, “Conversations”, and was also in the studio singing on Sweet Comfort Bands newest album, “The Waiting Is Over”. From all indications, it seems like Bryan’s energy level is not going to slow him down a bit.