Donald Fagen is a composer, pianist, vocalist and producer. Donald and Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker catapulted to fame during the nineteen seventies with platinum releases such as “Aja” and “Gaucho.”
Donald's first solo album, “The Nightfly,” was nominated for seven Grammies and received the Grand Prix du Disque de Montreaux in 1982. He has since written film scores (“Bright Lights, Big City”); co-founded, with Libby Titus, the New York Rock And Soul Revue; and, in 1993, released his second critically acclaimed solo album “Kamakiriad.” Steely Dan's long awaited CD, "Two Against Nature," received four Grammys in 2001, including Album of the Year. Their latest recording, "Everything Must Go," was released in June of 2003. Donald Fagen and Walter Becker were inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in March of 2001.