What They’re Saying About D.L. Duncan …

Named a “Top Indie Blues CD of 2015” —Making A Scene

“A wonderful record, and blues fans will not be disappointed. … D.L. Duncan’s new self-titled CD is well-written, well-played, and well-produced, making it his best record to date and a must-buy for fans of blues and Americana music.” —Rex Bartholomew, Blues Blast Magazine

“Duncan is well-versed in every style imaginable and flows seamlessly from one style to the next without so much as a single ‘hiccup.’  Aside from his incredible guitar work this guy is a masterful wordsmith, a fine vocalist and a great storyteller.  … This is a great album, diverse, powerful and dripping with pure, raw emotional power as he tells the stories we all find our own lives reflected in now and then.  …  I recommend it highly.” —Bill Wilson, Reflections in Blue

” … one of my favorite albums of the year. … fine, fine album.” —Bill Mitchell, Blues Bytes

“Here are eight originals, plus two, that are pretty much upbeat, positive, and sincere. D.L.’s gravelly voice is a perfect fit … excellent songwriting and guitar licks … this CD is a winner.” —Bill Martin, Blues News (Blues Society of Tulsa)

“A smooth, well-played, well-produced album that places the listener deep into a groove and then keeps them company. … If this music does not make you feel better, I am not sure what will.” —Joe Wolfe-Mazeres, Ear 2 the Ground Music

“A magnificent piece of work! … The guy has a fantastic voice, which is raw, is a master on the strings — electric, acoustic, resonator, dobro — and is a very talented songwriter. … A superb album that we can recommend wholeheartedly!” —Luc Meert, Rootstime

“Duncan has one foot firmly planted in the Blues and the other in Americana. Don’t overlook this fine album … ” —Richard Ludmerer, Making a Scene

“A good feel. Opening with ‘I Ain’t The Sharpest Marble,’ a rockin’ boogie track, Duncan lays down a cool groove on vocal and guitar … a solid release.” —Bman’s Blues Report

“One of the best bluesmen on the planet. … This set is full of blistering guitar work … He looks at life and how to cope thru the eyes of all of us, and that’s what makes him special.” —Sheryl and Don Crow, The Nashville Blues Society

“ ‘I Ain’t The Sharpest Marble’ … is a candidate for the best blues song of the year. … Genre boundaries are not as important as good songwriting. And passion and musicality are more important than cold intelligence and streamlining. D.L. Duncan—two thumbs up for this album!” —Wasser-Prawda

Awarded a 2015 “Earie”: “A well respected blues musician and songwriter, D.L. ‘Dave’ Duncan, released a self-titled album in 2015 that really captured the essence of the what the blues are all about. … Featuring an all-star cast of musical talent, the album has some of the most infectious blues grooves I’ve heard in a long time. “ —Joe Wolfe-Mazeres, Ear 2 the Ground Music