Duncan Woods
Duncan Woods, Zimbabwean-Australian-Based Musician
Duncan Woods
  • Musician
  • Songwriter
Known forMusic
Home townChinhoyi, Zimbabwe

Duncan Woods is a Zimbabwean-Australian raised musician and songwriter. He rose to fame through his music productions which acclaimed international recognition in countries such as England and Australia.


Duncan, who comes from Chinhoyi in Zimbabwe grew up in Australia where his music career started. He then moved to Denmark where he is currently based.[1]


Duncan attended Wadalba Community School in 2007 in South Wales, Australia. He attended the University of Newcastle in the same country where he graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy.[2]

Music career

At 16 Duncan started teaching himself guitar and began writing and recording songs in a friend's basement.[1] He eventually started writing music at the age of 19 whilst still in University. It was during a holiday break in London when he was spotted by a music producer. His inspiration for writing and performing have developed through travel, love and friendship, themes which can be heard in his debut album "Together on the Road" released late 2011.[1]

Duncan's music is influenced by many Australian and International artists; some of which include Jack Johnson, Jason Mraz, John Butler Trio, The Cat Empire, Bob Marley, Cat Stevens.[1]


Bird in Hand (10 Dec 2013)

  1. Days are gone
  2. The Dawn
  3. Waiting for Sunday
  4. Goodbyes
  5. Im Alive.[3]

Invisible Sound EP (31 Aug 2009)

  1. Whatever it is
  2. See the smile
  3. Better than one
  4. Body in a Box
  5. I dont know
  6. Invisible sound
  7. My Release
  8. You Look Fine.[3]

Together on the Road (10 Dec 2011)

  1. Better Than One
  2. In Her Own Time
  3. You Look Fine
  4. Invisible Sound
  5. Keep Your Peace
  6. See The Smile
  7. Eden
  8. My Release
  9. Quiet Night
  10. The Beauty Queen[3]

Profession as a Physiotherapist

Duncan is also a qualified physiotherapist. As a physiotherapist working for HealthStrong he had the privilege of having enough to continue to utilise his p[rofessional skills while following my passions in music. He thus prefers to call himself a musiotherapist due to his passion for his music career and his profession as physiotherapist.[3]


The Dawn
Days Are Gone
Waiting for Sundays
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 , Bird In Hand,Duncan Woods,retrieved:6 Mar 2015"
  2. Duncan Woods, Education,Duncan Woods Facebook Page, retrieved:6 Mar 2015"
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 , Adventures of a “Musiotherapist” of HealthStrong,Duncan Woods, retrieved:6 Mar 2015"