"Andy Duncan used to call himself a painter until 1978, when he decided to make a career
as a session musician in London. He has worked with an impressive roster of artists, including David Bowie
(his first assignment), Duran Duran, Ben E King and George Michael.
THe Glaswegian connection are The Chaps, the alias for Duncan's
hilarious 1983 version of Frankie Lane's classic "Rawhide" (top 10 in Australia and The Netherlands
and a platinum flop in Britain, thanks to the re-release of the "Raiders Of The Pop Charts" compilation). "Success
means to me keeping ahead of the brushes," Duncan says."
Street Fighting Years Tour Programme
Andy first joined Simple Minds for the
Street Fighting Years Tour. He also played percussion on the
Real Life album.
discography: mainstream singles
discography: mainstream albums
Simple Minds #15
Simple Minds #16
Street Fighting Years Tour 1989