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The Dukes of September

Dukes of September
Origin United States
Genres Rhythm and blues, Blue-eyed soul, jazz rock
Years active 2010–present
Labels 429 Records
Associated acts New York Rock and Soul Revue, Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, Steve Miller Band
Website http://429records.coms/429records/429details/d_dukesofseptember.asp
Members Donald Fagen
Michael McDonald
Boz Scaggs
Jon Herington
Freddie Washington
Michael White
Jim Beard
Jay Collins
Michael Leonhart
Walt Weiskopf
Carolyn Escoffery
Catherine Russell

The Dukes of September is an American supergroup, formed in 2010 featuring Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs. The project is a resurrection of the previous New York Rock and Soul Revue which featured the same three musicians and played a combination of hits from the members respective careers as well as a wide variety of covers.


Donald Fagen and Michael McDonald began working together in the mid-1970s when McDonald would collaborate with Steely Dan, singing and playing keyboards on a lot of their material. The two worked together again during the early 1990s in the short lived New York Rock and Soul Revue which also included Boz Scaggs, Phoebe Snow, Eddie Brigati, David Brigati, Charles Brown, Walter Becker, Cornelius Bumpus and Mindy Jostyn.[1]

In 2010 it was announced that Fagen, McDonald and Scaggs would do a fall tour together as the Dukes of September. The band is rounded out by Michael Leonhart (horns), Walt Weiskopf (horns), Carolyn Escoffery (vocals) and Catherine Russell (vocals).[2]

The tour kicked off on August 19, 2010, in Danbury, Connecticut. The band played a collection of hits from the members' careers as well as a wide variety of covers, notably three Band covers in a row.[1]

On June 14, 2012, the band performed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to promote their 2012 summer concert tour.


  1. ^ a b Gary, Graff (14 June 2010). "Fagen, McDonald, Scaggs Join Forces For Rhythm Revue Tour".  
  2. ^ William, Chris (29 June 2012). "Dukes of September Rhythm Revue: Concert Review".  

External links

  • Donald Fagen Official Site
  • Michael McDonald Official Site
  • Boz Scaggs Official Site
  • Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery Official Site *wrong Carolyn Leonhart site
  • Catherine Russell Official Site
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