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Hey hey, they’re The Monkees and they’re touring again!
August 8th, 2012 under Music, The Monkees. [ Comments: none ]

The Monkees announced today that for the first time since 1997 Michael Nesmith is joining his bandmates on the road. The three surviving band members Mickey Dolenz, Peter Tork and Nesmith will play 12 dates starting in November and you get can get tickets to one of the dozen shows starting on August 18th. And you are going to want to get them because they will be playing their classic hits and some songs that they haven’t played together since the ’60s. Besides playing their groovy music, the night will also feature rare films and one-of-a-kind photographs for the fans to enjoy.
So go bananas for The Monkees all over again and get your tickets for one of the below dates! This Daydream Believer can’t wait for them to take the Last Train to Clarksville, I mean LA!
And I’m a Believer that Davy Jones will be there in spirit with them.

8 – California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA
9 – The Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA
10 – Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
11 – Flint Center for the Performing Arts, Cupertino, CA
15 – State Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
16 – The Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
17 – Lakewood Civic Auditorium, Cleveland, OH
18 – The Center For The Arts, Buffalo, NY
29 – Keswick Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
30 – State Theatre Regional Arts Center, New Brunswick, NJ

1 – The Paramount, Huntington, NY
2 – The Beacon Theatre, New York, NY


RIP Davy Jones
February 29th, 2012 under Obits, The Monkees. [ Comments: none ]

Davy Jones passed away today at the age of 66 from a heart attack according to TMZ. Davy was best known for being the cute one (at least to me) in the make believe TV band The Monkees who wound up becoming one when the show ended. He was still touring up and making women happy up until last month.
So today honor him by listening to one of his catchy songs from The Monkees and keep his voice alive.


Do Mark Ballas and Bristol Palin even know who The Monkees are?
October 18th, 2010 under Dancing with the Stars, The Monkees. [ Comments: 2 ]

Tonight on Dancing with the Stars Mark Ballas and his partner teen activist Bristol Palin (who knew getting knocked up at 17 made you an activist) had to dance to a TV theme song and theirs was The Monkees’ Hey, Hey, We’re The Monkees. I am guessing that two of them decided not to do any research on the show because they came out dressed as monkeys. Not like the band, but as gorillas. Just for that I think they should be eliminated, but I also think they should be gone because that was just painful and she has needed go for 5 weeks.
I don’t get why the judges are so nice to her and they ripped Michael Bolton when he also pretended to be an animal and he danced just as bad as she did tonight. Can we say they play favorites?
Serioualy Mark WTF were you thinking because that was the most pitiful thing I have seen on the show all season and that is saying a lot because I think that passing Bristol off as a Star is pretty sad. I also think that is by far the worst dance of the season and that is also hard to top because last week when Florence Henderson was trying to be sexy is still creeping me out.
So please whoever you people are that are voting for Sarah Palin’s daughter to stay on the show, please stop and put her out the rest of out miseries. Thanks.
BTW the only saving grace I could get from tonight’s performance is if one of The Monkees is asked to be a contestant on the show next season.


BTWF roles: Micky Dolenz in Circus Boy
July 12th, 2010 under Before They Were Famous, The Monkees. [ Comments: none ]

Before Micky Dolenz was one of The Monkees, he was a Circus Boy. How absolutely awwwdorable was the 11 year old actor in his first television role in 1956?


A mini-Monkees reunion
July 11th, 2010 under Reunions, The Monkees. [ Comments: 1 ]

Hey Hey, it’s two of The Monkees! You not a Daydream Believer it really is Peter Tork and Mickey Dolenz together again. The 68 year bassist/keyboardist and the 65 year old drummer took the Last Train to Clarksville and then went to the 2010 Super Mega Show & Comic Fest in NJ and I’m a Believer that they still look good. Too bad Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith weren’t there, but I guess it is one small Stepping Stone to getting them all together again!


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