David Price was Davy's stand-in on the television show and also traveled with the group in the 1960s. This article originally appeared in Tiger Beat, most likely in late 1967. It was reprinted in the magazine during the 1980s revival of The Monkees. For easier reading, click on each image and then click on it again.
Thanks to Jeff Gehringer for this shot from the July 10, 1989 Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.
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This footage comes from Portland, Oregon and shows the only time Micky, Mike and Peter did the 'Monkee walk' on the 2013 tour.
From the trio's appearance on The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour in February 1969:
Thanks to Scott Catton for submitting this promotional postcard for Micky's former morning radio show on WCBS-FM in New York.
On January 10, 2005, Dolenz replaced Dan Taylor as the morning disc jockey at oldies radio station WCBS-FM in New York. On June 3, 2005, Dolenz celebrated his 100th show with a special morning show at B.B. Kings. In an ironic and controversial twist, that was also his last regular show at the station; at 5:00 PM, WCBS-FM announced that the station would replace its oldies format with a "Jack" format, and fired all of the station's on-air jocks.
However, WCBS-FM had since returned to its oldies format on July 12, 2007, with Taylor reassuming his role again as the morning disc jockey the following day. Several months later, Dolenz was invited back afterward for him to do his long postponed 101st show, and his final in-studio appearance there at the station, by guest hosting on a three-hour broadcast stint during its Sunday evening New York Radio Greats program on February 3, 2008.
Thanks to Jeff Gehringer for sending in these photos he took at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on September 5, 1986, two nights before Michael Nesmith made a 'surprise' appearance during the encore performance at the Greek on September 7.
Interview with Wayne Avers