• Bryan Duncan – October 19

  • Date October 19
    On Sale September 12 - 8am
    Times 7pm
    Doors Open 6:15pm
    Tickets $18 - $12
  • Duncan started his career in 1973 with the Jesus music band Sweet Comfort Band which later transitioned to contemporary Christian music. In 1984, the band broke up and Duncan started his solo career. During this time, Duncan released several number one songs including "Traces of Heaven", "Things are Gonna Change", "United We Stand" and "Don't Look Away" from the Slow Revival album; "Love Takes Time", "You Don't Leave Me Lonely", "Into My Heart", "When It Comes to Love" and "I'll Not Forget You" from the Mercy album; and "A Heart Like Mine" from the compilation My Utmost for His Highest.

    In 2003, Duncan formed the Nehosoul Band with Ricky B. Rogers (bass player, music director, co-writer), composer and keyboardist Phil Curry, guitarist Walter Finch, and drummer Sam Matthews. The band released the album Music City Live in 2004, A Nehosoul Christmas in 2005, and Still Dancin' in 2008. In 2013, Bryan reunited with the Sweet Comfort Band. In April 2013, the Sweet Comfort Band released the album, The Waiting is Over.

    Duncan has sold in excess of 1 million records, released 15 solo albums, and appeared on several compilation projects. He has released three solo video projects and one joint tour video as well as having done the video for Left Behind: The Movie. Recently, Duncan started his own record label called Red Road Records.

    Duncan created a non-profit on-line radio show and podcast entitled "Radio Rehab"[1] to encourage people in daily life. He released two books in 2010: Hog Wash, a book for bikers and Dear God...Really?.

    Recently Duncan, Rogers, and Vail Johnson (of the Kenny G band) wrote together for Bryan's first solo project since 2000's Joyride. Entitled Conversations, it was released in 2012 on Red Road Records.