Bryan Duncan (born on March 16, 1953 in Riverside, California) is an American CCM musician. He is known for being lead singer of the group Sweet Comfort Band and subsequent solo career, which spanned more than 25 years all together. He is currently involved with the Nehosoul Band and "Radio Rehab" podcast. He has been the recipient of four Dove Awards and has received multiple Dove and Grammy Award nominations.
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“We become lovers when we see Romeo and Juliet, and Hamlet makes us students. The blood of Duncan is upon our hands, with Timon we rage against the world, and when Lear wanders out upon the heath the terror of madness touches us. Ours is the white sinlessness of Desdemona, and ours, also, the sin of Iago.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
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—William Howard Taft (18571930)