The Monkees performed two concerts at Pine Knob on their '87 summer tour. Here's a review of the first show on August 26, which also featured "Weird Al" Yankovic who opened for The Monkees that year.
The video below features footage from the second night at Pine Knob on August 27, 1987:
Peter has a lot to say about the sounds and style of Pool It! and more in this flashback piece from 1987...
Jeff Jones played rhythm guitar on the 1987 Monkees summer tour. Jeff is battling both MS and Parkinson's Disease. Micky, along with a star-studded list of celebrities, will perform at a benefit concert in his honor on April 28.
This is an audience recording of The Monkees performing "You Just May Be the One" live on their 1987 summer tour. Peter handles lead vocals and plays guitar, Davy provides the harmony vocal and plays tambourine, and Micky is on the drums. Be sure to visit the Live Almanac's YouTube channel for more!
Michael's "Good Clean Fun" was played early on the '87 US tour and featured Peter on banjo and lead vocals. This is an audience recording from an unknown location and date.
In an era before the internet, articles like this, describing the 1987 concert show, were invaluable! This piece originally appeared in the September 1987 issue of Monkee Business Fanzine. For easier reading, click on each image to enlarge.
Following the conclusion of the 1987 tour, The Monkees were sued by tour producer David Fishof, who claimed he was owed large sums of back profits. The suit made headlines, and Monkee Business Fanzine reported the end result in the December 1988 issue. Fishof’s claims were ultimately dismissed.