The discography for the American jazz rock band Steely Dan consists of nine studio albums, 21 singles, one live album, one live set on DVD, seven compilations in the United States, one box set, and numerous other appearances. The band has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. The Hoops McCann Band - Plays the Music of Steely Dan (1988). Various Artists - No Static at All: An Instrumental Tribute to Steely Dan (2000). Various Artists - The Royal Dan - A Tribute to the Genius of Steely Dan (2006).
Donald Jay Fagen (born January 10, 1948) is an American musician best known as the co-founder, lead singer and keyboardist of the band Steely Dan, formed in the early 70s. He has also released four albums as a solo artist, and in 2001 was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The 2017 death of Steely Dan’s co-founder Walter Becker leaves Fagen as Steely Dan’s sole member.
Donald Fagen of Steely Dan in concert at The Venetian, Las Vegas, USA - 12 Apr 2017. MediaPunch/REX Shutterstock. In mid-December, Donald Fagen sat down in Sirius XM’s studios for an in-depth interview – his first since the September death of Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker – on the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast, hosted by Brian Hiatt. Fagen had hoped to record another Steely Dan album – which would have been the first since 2003’s Everything Must Go – but Becker wasn’t interested. Walter had some health problems, says Fagen, and especially after 2011-12, I think just being ill for so long, he had a little bit of a personality change and he was much more isolated, and he kinda wasn’t that interested in working on Steely Dan records anymore.