The new self-titled “D.L. Duncan” CD was mixed by multi-Grammy winner, Tony Daigle, in Lafayette, Louisiana. Tony has been nominated for 21 Grammy Awards and has won six of them. He won his most recent Grammy award in February 2015 for his recording skills on the Jo-El Sonnier record, “The Legacy.”
D.L. shot a video for his new song “I Know A Good Thing” in Clarksdale, MS during the week of May 7th, 2015. Working with the great Austin Britt and shot on location at The Shack Up Inn, the video really captures D.L. Duncan at his best…rocking the resonator. The song was written by D.L. Duncan & Curtis Salgado.
“20 Years of BB King” was nominated for Blues Song of The Year at Blues Music Awards in Memphis. D.L. Duncan wrote this gem with Curtis Salgado, who performed the song live at the Awards Show in 2015.
D.L. Duncan is partnering with AirPlay Direct to promote his new album D.L. Duncan to a worldwide audience.
D.L. attended the Grand Opening of the Tucson Musicians Hall of Fame to honor its founder, longtime blues buddy, George Howard.
“She Didn’t Cut me Loose”, written by D.L. Duncan, Curtis Salgado & Marlon McLain, was nominated for Blues Song Of The Year at The Blues Music Awards. Curtis performed the song live at the Awards Show with the great Phantom Blues Band.
The Holmes Brothers, longtime Americana giants, recorded “Drivin In The Drivin Rain”, written by D.L. Duncan, Kevin McKendree & Curtis Salgado. Released on Rounder Records, the album climbed into the Top Five on the Americana Airplay Chart.
D.L.’s collaboration with Stan Street, the Duncan Street album “Baptized By The Blues” goes to #1 on the Blues Debut Charts and hits #2 on the Roots Music Review chart for Tennessee.