Awww. If you ask me, he's among the best rock, soul, and blues bassists that's ever been. Plus he looked like somebody's uncle with his pipes and cardigans on stage. I only saw him live once, when he was playing with Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young. Neil Young and Steven Stills played so hard that David Crosby gave up, grabbed a stool from the acoustic set, turned his back to the audience and watched the show. Graham Nash was playing along, but only playing chords on the keyboard. No riffs or solos. But Duck Dunne, he was right in the mix and rocking hard. The best. The absolute best.