Following tutelage from Bill Bruford, being very politely turned away by Anthony Phillips, appearing on a handful of obscure releases in the 90s, and producing work which caught Rick Wakeman's ear, a decade and a half later Duncan Parsons released his debut album "Abandoned Buildings" to a warm reception.
His second album, "C: Ore" will be released during Harvest 2014. It features contributions from Steve Hackett, Gary Boyle, John Hackett, Ton Scherpenzeel, Carlo Matteucci, Daughters of Davis and others.
Though primarily a drummer, Duncan also plays guitar, mandolin, keys, and bass. He co-wrote and played on albums with fellow obscure progger Marc Catley in the 90s, in various guises; other work includes Judith Silver, Marianne Velvart, Philip Clemo, writing and performing music for theatre, video, and multimedia showcases. He spends his days split between writing music and buried in code for audio production (virtual Mellotrons, software guitar enhancements, and a cornucopia of other things...).