Schlesinger also worked as an executive music producer on the musical show at The CW “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and composed songs for “A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!”, “Too Late With Adam Carolla”, “The Howard Stern Radio Show” and “The Dana Carvey Show”.
Fountains of Wayne, the band he co-founded with Chris Collingwood, earned two Grammy nominations in 2003, for best new artist (many years after the band’s actual 1996 recording debut) and for best pop performance by a group for the Top 40 single “Stacy’s Mom,” a cheeky MTV staple that became the band’s biggest hit. His […]
“I remember my 9/11 experience, I was at ESPN and ABC at the time, and I was doing hits for Monday Night Countdown, so I happened to be at the game in Green Bay. That was the first game after 9/11, and as I was leaving the field — things were about to start, and […]
After success with Fountains of Wayne, Schlesinger continued to branch out, earning Tony nominations for his work on the musical “Cry-Baby” and numerous Emmy nominations for other work, which included collaborations with Stephen Colbert and “Sesame Street.”
Skip Twitter post by @dashboardmusic I am grasping for the right words. My dear friend Adam Schlesinger has passed away from COVID-19. You know him best through his music. From his band @fountainsofwayn to the countless movies and tv shows he scored, most recently My Crazy Ex Girlfriend (cont’d) pic.twitter.com/to8H4IoLtj
Spotted by a Tik Tok user then shared to Twitter, the travel-friendly drinkware is seen innocently placed on the table behind Chalamet as he entertains the March sisters in his sprawling mansion. Clearly thirsty work for a savvy 1860s man, far ahead of his time.