Summer trek of 37 shows set to kick off in May
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
"He just ran out of time much sooner than any of us thought possible," writes Delia Becker
Donald Fagen reaches back to '11 Tracks of Whack' in tribute to Steely Dan co-founder
He was a brilliant perfectionist behind one of rock's most eccentric bands – even if he preferred life in the shadows
Inside the complex life and brilliant music of the co-mastermind of one of rock's greatest and most singular bands
Following team-ups with Thundercat and Solange, the singer reflects on his recent resurgence and what inspired his first LP of new songs in 17 years
Donald Fagen fulfills promise to "keep the music we created together alive" with eight North American gigs
Group played a career-spanning set in Greenwich, Connecticut on May 27th, and a fan captured the whole thing
"You loved music more than anyone I know," Sayan Becker writes. "Your presence makes everyone's day a little brighter. I love you for that"
Versatile group sets up their own hit "Sweet Annie" with abbreviated run through "Reelin' in the Years"
He always knew how to make loserdom sound mythic
Steely Dan co-founder produced singer's 1989 LP 'Flying Cowboys'
In honor of the late Walter Becker, we look back at some of the sly jazz-rockers' best