The Oscar-nominated Adam Schlesinger, leader of Fountains of Wayne, in a coma for coronavirus


While it expands the outbreak of the coronavirus across Europe and the world beyond, the demand for respirators to help patients breathe is still soaring. According to Deadline, a famous that has had to resort to this device after his own diagnosis is Adam Schlesingerthe musician and leader of the band Fountains of Wayne who redirected his talent to the world of soundtracks and won three Emmy awards plus an Oscar nomination for his efforts.

Schlesinger with his Emmy for his collaboration with the 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend-

According to an account of your fans, Schlesinger takes two weeks using a ventilator to support his respiratory system while fighting the virus. It is said that recently the musician has been put in an induced coma to continue with their treatment.

The race of Adam Schlesinger

Although Schlesinger is best known for his hit ‘Stacey’s Mom’ with his band Fountains of Wayne, has also made a name in the film industry due to his knack for writing soundtracks. In 1997, for example, Schlesinger was nominated for an Oscar for writing ‘That Thing You Do’, the title track of ‘The Wonders’, a film directed by Tom Hanks.

Schlesinger has also taken his talent as a musician and writer to the world of the series. In 2016, 2017 and 2019, he was nominated for an Emmy award for the Best Lyrics and Original Music for his collaborations with ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’. He won this same award in 2019 by the song ‘Antidepressants Are So Not a Big Deal’, that he wrote together with the protagonist of the series, Rachel Bloom and Jack Dolgen.