Duncan Stewart began his professional radio career at KORK in Las Vegas in 1972. After stops at KHOS-Tucson, KOY-Phoenix, KHYT-Tucson as a morning personality and General Manager, Duncan left radio for two years to become the Director of Externships and Rural Continuing Education at Boston's Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1976. He found his way back to radio at Boston's WDLW, where he served as program director and afternoon drive personality. In 1983 he accepted a position as the "sports guy" on the House Foundation on WSIX in Nashville, where he remained until 2009. While at WSIX, Duncan won three Personality of the Year awards from the Country Music Association and two from the Academy of Country Music. Additionally, he hosted sports talk shows on sister stations in the Nashville cluster. He is still referred to as the "Godfather of Music City Sports Talk." Duncan and his wife Cheryl had fallen in love with Reno over the years and decided to head for the Truckee Meadows. His desire to return to radio was realized when he joined KUNR in October of 2014.