Leon Duncan | Electric Bass
A few words about Leon Duncan
Born in Jamaica in 1972, his real education started when he met arguably-the world's greatest guitar player and one of Jamaica's true music exponents: Ernest Ranglin.
His tenure with the Ernie Ranglin trio lasted a few years and it was also a first choice rhythm section for visiting artistes such as Courtney pine, Pharoah Sanders, Othello Molineux to name a few. Duncan was also a sporadic guest with the Sonny Bradshaw big band. Leon has toured worldwide and recorded with artists such as Frankie Paul, Justin Hinds Patrice, Peggy Stern, Len boogsie Sharpe, Swiss Musical Orchestra, Nubya, David Regan Orchestra, Rodrigo Botter Maio, Othella Dallas, and currently also as a member of Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express. Duncan remains active live and in the studio, and also doubles on the acoustic bass in a few orchestras and small ensembles. Leon formed a group called C-breeze that tours regularly with the prolific and rising star Namusoke. Leon Duncan is a player that likes it all and his philosophy has always been, and remains Music is music, same twelve notes for all, just treat them nicely.