"Duhon writes folk-pop, but not the kind I hate. He writes songs that will trick lazy listeners into believing they're disposable pop songs, when really there are deep and solidly rooted foundations beneath the surface. That's why his music works. Pop is meant to be shallow and ethereal, to evaporate in the summer sun. It's a bit of a mirage, really. Or maybe an iceberg would be a better metaphor. Duhon's music has depth because he's drawing not only from different traditions–the hazy harmonica folk of "Shelter You Through", the burned-out Delta roadhouse wreck of "Sidestep Your Grave", the Celtic-tinged sea-drenched singalong of "The Mooring"–but he's also drawing water from a deeper well of human experience. The hairline fractures that run through his vocals inflect his singing with enough humility that you find yourself drawn into the song, looking for the story behind the lyrics. As for Duhon's story, I really don't know anything about him. I know it's a good album when I don't even care who the artist is. When I'm not looking for a story to help me understand the artist, I know that I've found music that was meant to reach further than just one person." -Kim Ruehl, No Depression
- Performed at The New Orleans Jazz Festival, Bonnaroo, ACL, Voodoo Music Festival & many more shows around the world
- Shared stages with Patty Griffin, Martin Sexton, Donovan Frankenreiter & Alejandro Escovedo.
- Latest album, "The Moorings" received a Grammy nomination for "Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical" (2013)
- The Big Easy Award winner for "Best Country/Folk Artist" (2014)