Duncan Agius

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Duncan Agius

Duncan Agius born on 22 August 1981 in Pietà and grew up at Ħal Għaxaq with his family. He is a Maltese Guitarist Songwriter and Composer,

Duncan Agius

At the age of nineteen he took his first Guitar lessons and while still taking lessons, In 2004 together with Gordon Sacco he formed a Classic Rock Band White Crimson, The band disbanded in 2007 and in 2010 he started teaching his own students, In 2015 he wrote his second single ‘No more’ for a local singer Robert Galea, known as (Robert G) the song reached no 12 in the local charts as Radio air play, His music encompasses several genres from Classic Rock, Folk, Country Blues and Classical music.

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