For a band who disliked touring in the old days, Steely Dan have certainly embraced since their mid-'90s reunion. The band recently announced a couple of upcoming dates, but have now put forth information on the entire tour. The 'Jamalot Ever After' tour will cover 53 dates in 47 cities, taking guita…
David Palmer, who sang lead for Steely Dan in the early days, is suing his old band. In a suit filed in Los Angeles on Friday (Feb. 28), Palmer claims that he is owed money as a result of royalties earned via satellite and streaming services.
They remain as dedicated as ever to working at their own determined pace, but Walter Becker and Donald Fagen -- otherwise known as Steely Dan -- sound like they might be getting ready to end their latest long gap between studio releases.
Remember when Steely Dan rarely hit the road? Not anymore. After performing strictly as a studio band from 1975 through their initial breakup in 1980, the group led by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker is now set for its sixth tour since 2006.