Steely Dan's Walter Becker dead at 67
Walter Becker, guitarist and bass player for Steely Dan, has died.
Walter Becker, guitarist and bass player for Steely Dan , has died. He was 67. Becker had been in ill health recently, and did not perform with his Steely Dan bandmate Donald Fagen at the Classic East and Classic West festivals this summer. According to Billboard, at the beginning of August, Fagen
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