About Whitney Duncan
Whitney Duncan is one of the most talented and unique country female vocalist of our time! As an artist, she has worked with top-shelf producers including Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts) and John Shanks (Kelly Clarkson, Sheryl Crow). Whitney is also an incredible songwriter, collaborating with hit-makers Hillary Lindsey, Gordie Sampson, Chris Tompkins, and Kara DioGuardi. Whitney co-wrote every song on her Warner Brothers debut album, Right Road Now, which produced the singles, "When I Said I Would" and "Skinny Dippin'" as well as the stomp-your-feet-good-time "So Sorry Mama" on the Footloose soundtrack in 2011. She currently has a cut, "Young in America" on Danielle Bradbery's (Winner of The Voice Season four) latest CD.
In 2011, Whitney appeared on season 23 of Survivor: South Pacific where she lasted 28 days in the jungle of Samoa. She continued to write songs, and has recently cut new sides with producers Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum and Paul Worley and signed a publishing deal with Given Music Publishing. She released her latest single, "Roll All Night," on September 23rd, 2014. Whitney also appeared on the 25th season of CBS Amazing Race with her husband, Keith Tollefson.