Zeke Duhon’s songs are like letters from a friend. They’re reassuring, insightful and easily cherished. They invite contemplation; and they continue to reverberate long after the listener experiences Zeke’s effortless, honeyed voice.
Born and raised in Tulsa, OK, Duhon grew up surrounded by music. Raised in a musical family, he devoured his parent’s classic records and became inspired by artists like Simon and Garfunkel, The Beatles and Eric Clapton. By the age of 13 he had written his first song. He immediately began showing a natural ability, and by the time he turned 15, he had already finished his first EP and opened a local show for Never Shout Never.
In 2014 Duhon moved to one of the world’s great centers of creativity: Nashville, TN. Music City gave him a bigger platform for his songwriting, and helped further broadcast his gently-spiritual message. Within just five months of moving to Nashville, Zeke signed a major publishing deal with Big Deal Music (Ray LaMontagne, My Morning Jacket). As if that weren’t enough, he scored GRAMMY Award-winning producer Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars) to take the helm of his first project.
With Zekes music gaining momentum through local radio in Nashville and scoring a few national television placements, he signed with Madison House, implementing tour opportunities throughout the U.S. He then made the move to Los Angeles in Oct. 2016. The LA relocation sparked many collaborations, spawning a strong batch of well crafted songs and a definitive new sound.
2018 has proven to be a pivotal year for the reinvention of this compelling recording artist, well under the industry radar.