Bryan Duncan is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1977||Sweet Comfort Band||Sweet Comfort||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1978||Sweet Comfort Band||Breakin' the Ice||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1978||Kelly Willard||Blame It On The One I Love!||Background Vocals|
|1979||Sweet Comfort Band||Hold On Tight!||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1981||Sweet Comfort Band||Hearts of Fire!||Songwriter, Piano, Prophet 5, Vocals|
|1982||Sweet Comfort Band||Cutting Edge||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1982||John Fischer||Dark Horse||Background Vocals|
|1984||Sweet Comfort Band||Perfect Timing||Songwriter, Lead Vocals|
|1985||Sweet Comfort Band||Prime Time||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1985||Randy Stonehill||Love Beyond Reason||Background Vocals|
|1985||Bryan Duncan||Have Yourself Committed||Songwriter, Arrangements, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1986||Bryan Duncan||Holy Rollin'||Songwriter, Vocals|
|1987||Laury Boone Browning||Thursday's Child||Duet on "Shower the People"|
|1987||Bryan Duncan||Whistlin' In The Dark||Songwriter, Arrangements, Vocals|
|1989||Bryan Duncan||Strong Medicine||Songwriter, Arrangements, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1989||Kim Boyce||Love is You to Me||Guest Vocals|
|1990||Bryan Duncan||Anonymous Confessions of a Lunatic Friend||Songwriter, Vocals|
|1991||Michael Omartian||The Race||Background Vocals|
|1992||Darrell Mansfield||Get Ready||Background Vocals|
|1992||Rev. Dan Smith||Just Keep Going On||Duet Vocals|
|1993||Phil Keaggy||Backroom Trax #5||Vocals|
|1993||Bryan Duncan||Mercy||Songwriter, Vocals|
|1994||Bryan Duncan||Slow Revival||Songwriter, Vocals|
|1995||Sweet Comfort Band||The Light Years||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|1996||Bob Carlisle||Shades of Grace||Duet Vocal on "I'm Gonna Be Ready"|
|1997||Bob Carlisle||Butterfly Kisses (Shades of Grace)||Duet Vocal|
|1999||Various Artists||Songs from The Book||Performer|
|2000||Bob Carlisle||Nothing But The Truth||Duet Vocal|
|2001||Sweet Comfort Band||Definitive Collection||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|2012||Bryan Duncan||Conversations||Executive Producer, Vocal & Track Producer, Songwriter, Keyboards, Programming, Guitars, Bass, Whistle Solo, Vocals|
|2013||Sweet Comfort Band||The Waiting Is Over||Songwriter, Keyboards, Vocals|
|2019||Bryan Duncan||Shine||Songwriter, Vocals|
Bryan Duncan is a Dove Award- and Grammy Award-winning American Christian musician who started his career in 1973 with the Jesus music band Sweet Comfort Band. The band went their separate ways in 1984 having made the successful transition to Contemporary Christian music. 1985 marked the beginning of his solo career. Bryan 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. Bryan has been the recipient of three Dove Awards and has received multiple Dove Award nominations.
In 2003, Duncan started a new band called the Nehosoul Band with musicians Ricky B. Rogers (bass player, music director,co-writer), composer and keyboardist Phil Curry, lead guitarist Walter Finch, and drummer Sam Matthews. The Nehosoul Band produced Music City Live in 2004, "A Nehosoul Christmas'' in 2005, and "Still Dancin'" in 2008. The band members represent a wide range of influences over the years of each career with the goal of making their mark, setting new standards, and creating timeless music.
Bryan 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.
More recently, Bryan has written three books and created Radio Rehab, a ministry raising awareness and support for individuals working through the 12 steps of recovery. A master of social media, Bryan continues to record and completed a fan funded Kickstarter album titled Conversations in 2012. He returned to the fan funded projects in 2016 with Bryan Duncan & Friends - The Live Experience.
Wikipedia contributors. Bryan Duncan. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. September 13, 2010, 18:20 UTC. Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bryan_Duncan&oldid=384624166. Accessed November 10, 2010.
Duncan created a non-profit on-line radio show and podcast entitled "Radio Rehab" to encourage people in daily life. He released two books in 2010: Hog Wash, a book for bikers and Dear God...Really?.