Bryan Duncan started performing professionally with the Sweet Comfort Band and recorded six albums with them before launching a solo career. He has released 13 solo albums and three more with the NehoSoul Band, selling in excess of 1 million records. He is finishing a new album and video called Conversations. Listen to the album here.
Duncan was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame along with Amy Grant and Al Green. He has received three Dove Awards and one Grammy Award.
Duncan's enthusiasm for riding his custom Harley Davidson was fodder for his first book, "Hogwash" - humorous reflections on motorcycle madness. He authored two more books. He describes "Dear God…Really?" as prayers you won't hear in church and "Spoke to God. He Said…" as a five-second devotional.
"It's no secret that I'm a social media addict," says Duncan. "I love interacting with people on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Stageit, Kondoot and ReverbNation. "I'm a conversationalist and an external processor," he says. "The inspiration for my books and many of my songs have come from conversations.
"I love people and share my experiences and my relationship with God through my books, music and social media with the hope that others will experience Jesus' love, grace and redemption as I have," says Duncan.
Duncan leads Radio Rehab, a charity he created to support recovery programs. Radio Rehab programs are available online and on several radio networks, including the Armed Forces Radio Network.