Consequence of Sound

Fountains of Wayne founding member Adam Schlesinger has died due to complications from the coronavirus.

Schlesinger’s attorney, Josh Grier, confirmed news of his passing to The New York Times.

In addition to his work in Fountains of Wayne, Schlesinger is a multiple time Emmy and Grammy Award winner, and has also received Oscar, Golden Globe, and Tony Award nominations for his soundtrack work. Notably, he wrote the title track to Tom Hanks’ 1997 film That Thing You Do. He also served as the music producer on The CW series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, for which he’s wrote upwards of 150 songs. Most recently, he’s been working with Sarah Silverman on a musical based on her best-selling memoir The Bedwetter.

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Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne Co-Founder, Dies From Coronavirus
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