When AC/DC and Steely Dan take the stage at the Coachella music festival this weekend, don't expect much bonding between the two classic-rock artists, even though they're among the few old-timers on the indie-heavy roster.
On March 18, the Dukes of September Rhythm Revue, a supergroup consisting of Donald Fagen, Boz Scaggs and five-time Grammy winner Michael McDonald, will put out a Blu-ray/DVD of a concert recorded in Nov. 2012. A clip of 'Kid Charlemagne' is embedded above...
The Dukes of September, the supergroup/soul revue featuring Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs, will be recording their performance tonight (Nov. 16) at New York's Lincoln Center. The concert will be broadcast on an upcoming installment of PBS' 'Great Performances' series.
Grizzled rock veteran Donald Fagen, lead singer of Steely Dan, has seen it all in his long career. In fact, he's seen so much that he's not particularly worried about the upcoming presidential election. In a new interview, he explains his reasons why.
It took Donald Fagen nearly a quarter century to release his Nightfly Trilogy, which started with 1982’s ‘The Nightfly’ and wrapped up with 2006’s ‘Morph the Cat.’ ‘Sunken Condos,’ the fourth solo album by the Steely Dan singer, is a slightly looser record than its predecessors, with more emphasis on groove this time around. And it sounds like it could be the next chapter in the solo odyssey Fagen
Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs, will tour again this summer as the Dukes of September Rhythm Revue. The three most recently went out on the road together in 2010, where they drew from both their respective catalogs and the R&B and soul that they grew up loving.