A little more than a week ago, Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker died at the age of 67. In a statement after Becker's death, his longtime Steely Dan bandmate Donald Fagen said that he intended to help keep Becker's memory alive with the rest of the Steely Dan live band. Steely Dan played their last…
The passing of Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker hit me hard; my fond memories of them go all the way back to their debut LP, 1972’s Can’t Buy a Thrill, which an unusually hip (for the tiny Nowhereville I grew up in, at least) high...Show More Summary
The co-founder of the band died Sunday at 67.
From “Pretzel Logic” to “Slang of Ages,” the Steely Dan co-founder’s sharp style always resonated
People who enjoy the music of Steely Dan are reelin’ today — not in the years; but in the news pertaining to the death earlier today of Walter Becker, who met Donald Fagen 50 years ago this year and co-founded the band named Steely Dan...Show More Summary
Walter Becker, the co-founder of Steely Dan who was known for his acerbic wit and his proficient work with the guitar, has died. He was 67. As one of the key architects of Steely Dan, Becker and longtime musical partner Donald Fagen were responsible for numerous hit songs and albums throughout...
Guitarist Walter Becker has died
Walter Becker, guitarist, bassist and co-founder of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted band Steely Dan, died Sunday at the age of 67.... "Walter Becker was my friend, my writing partner and my bandmate since we met as students at Bard College in 1967," Donald Fagen wrote in a tribute to Becker.... Show More Summary
Walter Becker, who co-founded the legendary jazz-rock band Steely Dan with Donald Fagen, died on Sunday at the age of 67.
Walter Becker, co-founder and guitarist of Steely Dan, has died at the age of 67. Bandmate Donald Fagen penned a lengthy statement in tribute: Walter Becker was my friend, my writing partner and my bandmate since we met as students at Bard College in 1967. Show More Summary
Walter Becker, the songwriter and musician who co-founded jazz-influenced rock band Steely Dan, died Sunday at the age of 67, Variety reports. Becker’s death was announced on his website and then confirmed in a statement by his Steely Dan bandmate Donald Fagen. Show More Summary
Rolling Stone reports: Walter Becker, guitarist, bassist and co-founder of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted band Steely Dan, died Sunday at the age of 67. Becker’s official site announced the death; no cause of death or other details were provided. Show More Summary
The 1970s super group had hits with “Reelin’ in the Years” and “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number.”
The death of Steely Dan guitarist and co-founder Walter Becker was a blow to the stars who were inspired by the Queens-bred rocker.
Walter Becker, co-founder with Donald Fagen of Steely Dan, died Sunday at age 67. In this Sunday Calendar interview published in The Times on Aug. 22, 1993, Becker and Fagen talked with Chris Willman at the start of their first reunion tour after 19 years away from the stage as Steely Dan and a...
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The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was also the guitarist for the band.
Walter Becker, the guitarist, bassist and co-founder of the rock duo Steely Dan, one of the most successful and adventurous groups of the 1970s and early ’80s, died on Sunday. He was 67. His death was announced on his official website, which gave no other details. He lived in Maui, Hawaii. Mr. Becker had missed performances in […]
Guitarist, bassist and co-founder of influential jazz-rock group helped pen hits such as "Reelin' in the Years," and "Deacon Blues."
His official website announced his death Sunday with no further details.