Neill duncan

Neill Duncan, saxophonist/ percussionist with the band, was a founding member of legendary Wellington band The Six Volts and led Auckland’s popular swing combo The Blue Bottom Stompers. He has recorded a solo album of his own songs and has composed for theatre, dance, television and film, both in his native New Zealand and in Australia where he now lives. 

In the last three years Neill has turned the setback of losing his left arm to cancer into the triumph of mastering the world’s first one-handed tenor saxophone. He was invited to give a special performance at the World Saxophone Conference in Strasbourg 2015 and subsequently flew to London to play in The Superhuman Band promoting the 2016 Paralympics.