Born: April 1, 1965
Duncan's music has been called “a rarity: Smooth-Jazz with soul”. Duncan's no stranger to Soul music having played as a session-musician with UK soul-star Geno Washington and artists on Paul Weller's Respond label, but, as a Berklee grad raised on Oscar Peterson and Herbie Hancock, his musical soul was always really in Jazz.
Arriving back in London, his next musical foray was in a pop duo (Blue Mercedes), an unexpected move maybe, but it produced a five-week #1 U.S. Dance Hit. Later, as a producer, he had further club-hits, including, under the name Exoterix, the first-ever release on hip EMI dance label Positiva, and worked with many different acts including an embryonic Down To The Bone. ...
AwardsMOBO awards nominee as Best UK Jazz Act
Once the flute and that electric piano start trading moves, I'm hooked, - oh,
this is lovely! —Smooth and Soul
Millar's created a rarity: a smooth jazz album with soul. - —- Corpus Christi Caller Times
Fresh AirWarmday Records
Comin Thru'Warmday Records
Dream Your DreamWarmday Records
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