By any measure, Duncan's experience as a professional musician is extensive. He began playing in Perth in the early 90’s with popular cover band Great Australian Bite before moving to Sydney to further hone his craft. As a member of the highly regarded original band The Unloved, Duncan spent many a weekend playing at the iconic Kings Cross venue Springfields and toured the East Coast of Australia with high profile bands such as Choirboys, Powderfinger, Spy v’s Spy and The Radiators.   

After returning to Perth, Duncan became a founding member of three-piece rock/pop outfit CatSoup who lifted the roof off the Stamford Arms in Scarborough for two and a half years. A highlight for CatSoup was performing at the welcome home party for WA athletes following the Sydney Olympic Games. Duncan later joined Wax playing to full houses every Saturday night at the Paramount nightclub in Northbridge. 

Duncan’s bass playing skills have been called upon by many well known artists including James Blundell and as part of an all star lineup that included Mark Gable (Choirboys), Bob Spencer (The Angels), James Morley (The Angels) and Barton Price (Models). 

Duncan is also a sought after solo acoustic artist having played everywhere from private backyard events to singing the national anthem at the Australian Golden Gloves tournament at Challenge Stadium. His repertoire is full of crowd favourites with just the right balance of contemporary and classic hits as well as a few unexpected surprises thrown in for good measure.