(RIVERSIDE, CALIF.) -- Acclaimed singer-songwriter and Christian Music Hall of Fame inductee Bryan Duncan has been appointed CEO and Executive Director of "Radio Rehab," a new non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity.
Established in 2004, "Radio Rehab" is a 30-minute broadcast of music and commentary hosted by Duncan, offering encouragement and support to those in the process of recovery from a variety of addictions and circumstances. "I believe recovery is for everyone eventually," states Duncan.
After several years producing "The Road To Redemption" for an online website, Duncan's broadcast has now expanded to include airing on Armed Forces Radio Network plus syndication on radio networks in four countries.
"I'm not an expert on recovery issues," smiles Duncan, "But hey, I can still draw a straight line with a crooked stick."
Contributions are now tax deductible at:
231 E. Alessandro Blvd., Suite A
Riverside, Calif. 92508
Radio Rehab can be heard free of charge at www.radiorehab.com.
With more than three decades worth of musical history to his credit, Bryan Duncan - multiple Dove Award winner and six-time nominee for Male Vocalist of the Year - continues his solo career with the release of Still Dancin,' a sonic sensation of jazz, funk and soul backed by the NehoSoul Band.
Still Dancin', released on Duncan's own Red Road Records, is a collection of eleven songs and over an hours' worth of pure excitement. Duncan takes elements from old school Motown, including a strong influx of James Brown, fill it with nuances of Earth Wind and Fire, Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight, The Spinners and others - and creates a sound that is uniquely Bryan Duncan.
As an author, Duncan's repertoire includes writing scripts for “Radio Rehab” as well authoring a regular column for “Christian Musician” magazine, “Indie Heaven” online magazine, and “Wheels of Grace,” a motorcycle magazine. Duncan also writes for “National Black Sheep Harley Davidson’s for Christ” newsletter as well as participating in rides and rallies.
Duncan is currently working on “HOGWASH,” a humorous collection of motorcycle world observations; a “sarcastic devotional” series called “Dear God, Really?” and “The Singer’s Bible,” a commentary on music and ministry.
Venturing into the world of podcasting, Duncan also co-hosts “Life Out of Step” with Steve Webb.
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