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C Duncan

Born in Glasgow in 1989, the son of two classical musicians, C Duncan has been surrounded by music his entire life. As a child Christopher learned to play piano and viola and later, as he came into his teens and started playing in school bands, he took up the guitar, bass, and drums. However, his fascination with the composition and performance of classical music was not to be quelled, and he eve...

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C Duncan To Play Us Vs Them In Leeds

Posted on Mon, 9th October, 2017

C Duncan has been confirmed to play at Us vs Them on the 2nd of December in Leeds.

Us vs Them is a new series of events brought to you by Futuresound Events and Brudenell Social Club. The event which has been curated by Field Music sees Chris playing along side other acts like Dutch Uncles, Emma Pollack plus many others.

More details here

Tickets here

Jonnie Common - Restless (C Duncan Remix) Premiere

Posted on Tue, 12th September, 2017

Although the single isn't even out yet, our very own C Duncan has given Jonnie Common's new single 'Restless' the remix treatment. Fun and care free Duncan described his guitar playing as "90s sitcom style".

Common has a lot going on this autumn: as well as the release of 'Restless', he's playing gigs from 5-9 Oct in Edinburgh, Stirling, Glasgow and London, and, also on Fri 7 Oct, will be appearing in a BBC2 programme he scored, alongside poet and playwright Ross Sutherland. C Duncan is fresh from being shortlisted for a SAY Award this year for his latest album The Midnight Sun.

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Honeyblood and C Duncan Shortlisted For Say Award

Posted on Fri, 16th June, 2017

Great news that both C Duncan and Honeyblood have both been nominated for the Scottish album of the year award (SAY). 

Boasting a lucrative £20,000 prize for the winner and nine runner up prizes of £1,000 each, the award celebrates, promotes and rewards the most outstanding Scottish albums released each year.

To see who else made the list and for more info on the prize click here

Scottish Album Of The Year (SAY) Awards Long-list Revealed

Posted on Thu, 25th May, 2017

We're over the moon to see that C Duncan & Honeyblood have made the long-list for the Scottish Album of the Year Awards. C Duncan's The Midnight Sun and Honeyblood's Babes Never Die have been nominated.

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Tour Dates
Nov
01

Paradise Club
Boston, MA
US

Nov
02

Webster Hall
New York, NY
US

Nov
11

Roseand Theater
Portland, OR
US

Nov
11

Roseand Theater
Portland, OR
US

Nov
11

Roseand Theater
Portland, OR
US

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