×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International, Inc.

Listen toWhitney Duncanon Rhapsody

Whitney Duncan

About Whitney Duncan

Scotts Hill, Tenn., native Whitney Duncan sings with the sort of bluesy rock voice that comes from a rural upbringing punctuated by a teenage obsession with Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and John Mellencamp. She started singing at age six, and by 19, she had picked up a guitar and set her sights on Nashville. But, first, Duncan had to learn the art of being a true country artist. As a young girl growing up in a small town, Duncan sang in church, local talent shows, fairs and festivals. At 14, she traveled to Paris with a group of young singers to perform at the Notre Dame Cathedral and Disneyland Resort Paris. All this would prepare her for a future in country music. It wasn't long before she landed a record deal and headed to Nashville to begin recording her good-time, rock 'n' roll-influenced brand of country.

Listen toWhitney Duncanon Rhapsody

Scotts Hill, Tenn., native Whitney Duncan sings with the sort of bluesy rock voice that comes from a rural upbringing punctuated by a teenage obsession with Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and John Mellencamp. She started singing at age six, and by 19, she had picked up a guitar and set her sights on Nashville. But, first, Duncan had to learn the art of being a true country artist. As a young girl growing up in a small town, Duncan sang in church, local talent shows, fairs and festivals. At 14, she traveled to Paris with a group of young singers to perform at the Notre Dame Cathedral and Disneyland Resort Paris. All this would prepare her for a future in country music. It wasn't long before she landed a record deal and headed to Nashville to begin recording her good-time, rock 'n' roll-influenced brand of country.

About Whitney Duncan

Scotts Hill, Tenn., native Whitney Duncan sings with the sort of bluesy rock voice that comes from a rural upbringing punctuated by a teenage obsession with Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and John Mellencamp. She started singing at age six, and by 19, she had picked up a guitar and set her sights on Nashville. But, first, Duncan had to learn the art of being a true country artist. As a young girl growing up in a small town, Duncan sang in church, local talent shows, fairs and festivals. At 14, she traveled to Paris with a group of young singers to perform at the Notre Dame Cathedral and Disneyland Resort Paris. All this would prepare her for a future in country music. It wasn't long before she landed a record deal and headed to Nashville to begin recording her good-time, rock 'n' roll-influenced brand of country.

About Whitney Duncan

Scotts Hill, Tenn., native Whitney Duncan sings with the sort of bluesy rock voice that comes from a rural upbringing punctuated by a teenage obsession with Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and John Mellencamp. She started singing at age six, and by 19, she had picked up a guitar and set her sights on Nashville. But, first, Duncan had to learn the art of being a true country artist. As a young girl growing up in a small town, Duncan sang in church, local talent shows, fairs and festivals. At 14, she traveled to Paris with a group of young singers to perform at the Notre Dame Cathedral and Disneyland Resort Paris. All this would prepare her for a future in country music. It wasn't long before she landed a record deal and headed to Nashville to begin recording her good-time, rock 'n' roll-influenced brand of country.