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Tony Fagenson (left) with Max Collins in 2012
|Birth name||Anthony Edward Fagenson|
|Born||July 18, 1978|
|Instruments||Drums, percussion, guitar, keyboards, piano, programming, vocals|
|Associated acts||Eleventeen, Eve 6, The Sugi Tap, Malbec, Puddle of Mudd, Emily Osment|
Anthony Edward "Tony" Fagenson (born July 18, 1978) is a producer, songwriter, and drummer who is best known for his work with rock band Eve 6. While attending the University of Southern California, he auditioned for La Crescenta, CA band Eleventeen (eventually to become Eve 6 ) to replace their drummer. A fan at the time of the Fox TV show "The X-Files", Fagenson and singer Max Collins were inspired to name the band Eve 6 after seeing the X-Files episode "Eve" while recording their first album.
When not spending time on band matters, Fagenson has produced and co-written songs for artists such as Puddle of Mudd, Emily Osment, Illustrated, the Johnsons, Sandra N, Malbec, the Outré, and others.
Tony is the son of the Grammy Award winning producer Don Was.
Tony announced his departure from Eve6 via Twitter on April 7, 2018.