Donald Fagen is an American musician, singer-songwriter, and co-founder of the iconic rock band Steely Dan. Born on January 10, 1948, in Passaic, New Jersey, Fagen is renowned for his distinctive voice and his role in shaping the sound of Steely Dan, a band known for its sophisticated jazz-rock fusion and intricate songwriting. Alongside his collaborator Walter Becker, Fagen produced numerous hit albums, including “Aja” and “The Royal Scam.” After Steely Dan’s initial run, Fagen continued his successful career as a solo artist, releasing albums like “The Nightfly” and “Kamakiriad.” His music is marked by its witty and incisive lyrics, as well as its intricate musical arrangements. The photo shows Donald Fagen performing at the New York Rock & Soul Revue II which he organized and hosted in the early 1990s.
The photo is approximately 8″x10″.
NOTE: Any lack of focus in this photo is present in the original image.