Stealing Dan And Don


Stealing Dan and Don play Barnes Rock in a slimmed down trio format keeping the total authenticity, subtlety and sheer brilliance of the music of Steely Dan and Donald Fagen completely uncompromised.

The Trio features:

Chris Clarke – Keyboards, Trumpet and lead vocals.
Chris has lead Stealing Dan and Don since its inception back in the late 90’s and has actually developed his own unique arrangements of some of their notable songs, whilst at the same time keeping a true and faithful interpretation throughout … and his powerful vocal delivery really brings out the best in these classic songs.

Polly Raymond – Lead / backing vocals.
Polly is a fine and highly experienced session singer who has worked in all contemporary musical styles from swing/jazz through soul to rock

Robin Bibi – Lead Guitar
No stranger to Barnes Rock, Robin is one of the UK’s finest blues guitarists who has worked with the Pretty Things, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Helen Shapiro and many others. A seasoned session man himself, Robin is totally at home with the music of Steely Dan and brings a lively, rocky element into the band. He has also worked with Chris and Stealing Dan in different formats since its formation.

Expect to be treated to a selection of the following classics:

Reelin’ in The Years • Rikki Don’t Lose That Number • My Old School • Black Friday • Doctor Wu • FM • Kid Charlemagne • The Fez • Haitian Divorce • Bodhisattva • Ruby Baby • Pretzel Logic • Babylon Sisters • Peg • Josie • Do it Again • Hey Nineteen • Time Out Of Mind • Gaucho • Deacon Blues • Only A Fool Would Say That • Pearl Of The Quarter • King Of The World • Night By Night • With A Gun • Daddy Don’t Live In….NYC • Everything You Did • I.G.Y. • Greenflower Street • Throw back The Little Ones • Century’s End • Home At Last • Black Cow • Midnight Cruiser • Florida Room • Fire In The Hole • Any Major Dude Will Tell You • Kings • The Caves Of Altamira • Cousin Dupree • Parker’s Band • Everyones Gone To The Movies • Dirty Work • Rose Darling • Don’t Take Me Alive