Jeff Duncan (musician)

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Jeffrey "Jeff" Duncan (born January 28, 1966) is a heavy metal guitarist, best known for being a member of Armored Saint[1] and previously Odin.[2] He currently also plays in DC4.

Musical biography[edit]

In 1989, Duncan joined heavy metal band Armored Saint, in which he remains a member.[3]

DC4 is composed of Rowan Robertson (guitars), Jeff Duncan (guitars/vocals), Matt Duncan (bass, backing vocals), and Shawn Duncan (drums).

Duncan plays guitar for the Dizzy Reed Band, and Dizzy Reed has played keyboards for DC4.

Duncan also plays in and around Las Vegas, Nevada (where he currently resides) and also occasionally makes appearances in the Vegas Valley at Sin City Sinners shows. He is currently playing shows with Armored Saint, DC4, and the Las-Vegas based band, "The Bones," featuring Sean Koos (formerly of Joan Jett & The Blackhearts), Shawn Duncan (formerly of Odin and The Bulletboys), and Patrick Vitagliano (formerly of John Connelly's Nuclear Theory). At one point he was also in a band called the Thornbirds, which also included Russ Parrish and Darren Leader from Steel Panther as well as bass player Dean Cameron.


Year Band Title Label Other information
1983 Odin Caution Independent 3 song EP
1985 Odin Don't Take No for an Answer Half-Wet Records
1987 Odin Fight For Your Life RCA/Victor Records
1988 Odin The Gods Must Be Crazy Independent
1990 Lostboys Lost and Found Atlantic Records
1991 Armored Saint Symbol of Salvation Metal Blade/Warner Bros. Records
1995 DC4 Mood Swings Independent
1998 DC4 Volume I Rising Sun Records
2000 Armored Saint Revelation Metal Blade Records
2002 Armored Saint Nod to the Old School Metal Blade Records
2009 DC4 Explode Chavis Records
2010 Armored Saint La Raza Metal Blade Records
2013 The Bones What Would Ginger Do? Independent
2014 The Bones Ruin Your Rockshow Live Independent Live album of covers
2015 The Bones Dirty Pretty Things Independent
2015 Armored Saint Win Hands Down Metal Blade Records
2017 Armored Saint Carpe Noctum Metal Blade Records Live album


  1. ^ Prato, Greg. "Biography: Armored Saint". AMG. Retrieved 17 May 2010.
  2. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Biography: Odin". AMG. Retrieved 17 May 2010.
  3. ^ ARMORED SAINT Announces North American Tour; Band To Perform Symbol Of Salvation In Its Entirety

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