Duane Steele

Country Songwriter &

Recording Artist


Co-Writing Agreements, Music Publishing, Songwriting, Touring, Tour Planning, Advancing Shows, Life on the Road, After The Tour, Touring in General, Finding Funding, Recording in General, Live Performance in General, Being an Effective Bandleader, Communicating With Your Audience, Getting Your Message Across, Preparing for a Great Performance, Stage Presence



Preferred Method of Communication:

Skype & Telephone


Canadian singer/songwriter Duane Steele is a self-assured, engaging performer. He has released five studio albums and one greatest hits album, and has charted multiple singles on the Canadian country singles charts, including the Number One hit "Anita Got Married" in 1996 as well as having had several #1 videos on CMT.

Duane has been a regular presence at the CCMA and Juno awards with a total of 15 nominations from 1996 to-date. He won a Canadian Country Music Award for his collaboration with Lisa Brokop on “Two Names on and Overpass” as well as a Saskatchewan Country Music Association’s National Humanitarian Award in 2001.

Other Artists who have recorded Duane’s music include, Sammy Kershaw, Gord Bamford, Poverty Plainsmen, Eli Barsi, Lisa Hewitt, and Jamie Warren.  

Duane has just released his new CD called Dirt and Dreams, The album is primarily an introspective of the things that matter the most in life; family and friends. The songs have simple, uncomplicated melodies that can be as easily reproduced in a living room as they were in a studio.