About Paul Duncan
Paul Duncan is a Los Angeles-based lyricist, who has found success in multiple genres, including: CCM, pop, country, and more. Duncan’s songs have appeared on a number of top Christian albums, including 4 songs on Lauren Daigle’s 2018 album, Look Up Child (#1 Billboard Christian, #3 Billboard Hot 200), 2 songs on her How Can it Be album (#1 Billboard Christian, RIAA Certified Platinum), and 7 songs on Jordan Feliz’s Future album (#1 Billboard Christian).
So far, Paul’s had 20 radio singles, three #1s and four Top 5’s in the CCM genre, including: Daigle’s “Hold On To Me” (#1) and “Still Rolling Stones” (#5); Feliz’s “Witness” (#1) and “Beloved” (#4); Aaron Cole’s “One More Day” (#1); and Sherrie Austin’s Top 20 country single, “Streets of Heaven.” Leslie Odom, Jr., Natalie Grant, Brandon Heath, Micah Tyler, Riley Clemmons, Evvie McKinney, Apollo LTD, Jason Gray, North Point Worship, Cross Point Music and many more artists have recorded songs Paul has penned.
“Paul Duncan is our engineer of lyrical concepts. He writes all day long, no matter where he is—he’ll have pages of poems and lyrics. He’s one of those people that is a true muso when it comes to lyrics.” – Lauren Daigle
In addition, Duncan’s songs have been heard on TV shows such as the Ellen Degeneres Show, Stitchers, Crime Watch Daily, Extra, Boston Legal, The Hills, Jersey Shore, and The Real World; and he’s produced original tracks and compositions for T-Mobile, Samsung, Wendy’s, the Criterion Collection, Applegate Farms, Royal Caribbean, and many others. Also a multi-instrumentalist, Duncan has served as guitarist/keyboardist for acts such as 98 Degrees, Nick Lachey, Mindy McCready, Mercy Street (RCA), and Sense Field (Nettwerk).
Along with his songwriting, production and touring endeavors, he is the co-host and co-founder of the podcast, “Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters.” Duncan lives with his wife Jeami and daughters, Elliotte and Eddison in southern California.