Paul Duncan is an L.A. based musician, producer, and ASCAP-award winning songwriter. Over the last several years, he has found songwriting success in multiple genres - TV/Film, country, CCM, and others - while acting as producer and musician for a wide range of artists, bands, and corporate clients.
Acting completely as an independent throughout his career, Duncan has scored radio singles with Sherrie Austin’s hit “Streets of Heaven,” which garnered him the ASCAP honor, Lauren Daigle’s top 20 CCM song “Light of the World” (Centricity), and Matt Stillwell’s “Ignition” (Average Joe’s). Along with the radio singles, Duncan currently has 2 songs on Daigle’s 2015 Billboard #1 Christian album How Can it Be, as well as multiple album cuts with artists such as Meredith Andrews (Word), Dara Maclean (Word), and a host of up-and-coming independent artists. He’s also had over a dozen TV placements, on ABC’s Boston Legal, Good Day LA, several MTV reality shows including Jersey Shore, The Hills, and The Real World, provided post-production engineering on Live at Gelredome by Dutch star Ilse Delange, and has produced original tracks and compositions for Samsung, Wendy’s, The Criterion Collection, Royal Caribbean, Body Glove, Applegate Farms, the show Extra, and other film projects, including the DVD release of Transformers (Paramount).
A multi-instrumentalist, Duncan has also served as guitarist/keyboardist for acts ranging from 98 Degrees, Nick Lachey (solo), Mindy McCready, Mercy Street (RCA), and Sense Field (Nettwerk). These opportunities have taken him around the country, overseas, and to national TV audiences, through shows like VH-1’s Big Morning Buzz, and Canada AM. Along with his songwriting, production, and touring endeavors, he is currently the co-host and co-founder of the podcast “Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters.”