Estate says singer's lawsuit over ownership of band is "riddled with half-truths and omissions"
Musician seeks to retain control over Steely Dan, citing agreement band signed in 1972
Donald Fagen reaches back to '11 Tracks of Whack' in tribute to Steely Dan co-founder
Group played a career-spanning set in Greenwich, Connecticut on May 27th, and a fan captured the whole thing
In honor of the late Walter Becker, we look back at some of the sly jazz-rockers' best
"I intend to keep the music we created together alive as long as I can with the Steely Dan band," Fagen promises of Becker's legacy
Singer-songwriter books 25-date trek with the Nightflyers
Singer-keyboardist also talks sci-fi, mental health and growing up as "a real jazz snob"
Singer charged with misdemeanor assault after allegedly pushing wife Libby Titus
"Jazz kind of saved my life when I was a teenager," says Fagen at Jazz Foundation of America benefit
Steely Dan singer hangs with Chelsea Handler, muses on the decline on the Empire
Steely Dan singer reports on a sketchy episode at his Beverly Hills hotel pool that's like a scene from Elmore Leonard
Steely Dan singer pulls away from the desert fest thinking about 'Apocalypse Now'
Steely Dan singer muses on the film 'Whiplash' while laid-up in his California hotel room
Steely Dan singer skewers the concept of "dadrock" on his way to play Cali's biggest fest