Glen Duncan was born in Columbus, Indiana. His parents were both musical and he learned several different instruments growing up but settled on the fiddle as his primary instrument. He played around central and eastern Indiana with Buck’s Stove and Range Company, with the Russell Brothers, and recorded with Larry Sparks on three of Larry’s albums. He was in The Boys From Indiana for a while, with Bill Monroe, Jim and Jesse, the Kendalls, Lonesome Standard Time, and others, including the super group Longview. He started doing session work in Cincinnati and eventually moved to Nashville.

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License