Monkees Live Almanac reader Jim Monaghan recently had the opportunity to interview Michael Nesmith about Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff and more:
UPDATED 4/26/2017 @ 8:30pm EST
In promotion of their upcoming appearance at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, The Monkees appeared on The Mark and Brian Show on 95.5 KLOS-FM on June 28, 1989. The quartet sang "Papa Gene's Blues" and "Daydream Believer" live on the air that day.
Listen to Davy Jones as he talks about his career in 1977, including his club act with Micky Dolenz, on KRUX in Phoenix, Arizona, a station he had visited 10 years earlier with The Monkees.
Micky and Davy discuss Peter's departure from The Monkees and his new group Release, music trends, their upcoming LP that ultimately became The Monkees Present, and more:
Below is portions of audio from Micky, Davy, and Michael's appearance on KRUX radio in Phoenix, Arizona on January 20, 1967. The Monkees spin records (including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Four Tops) and go live on air. The group is promoting their concert in Phoenix the next day, which was filmed for the last episode of the first season, "The Monkees on Tour." Portions of this radio broadcast are featured in that episode.
It was tradition for The Monkees to visit radio stations while on the road, starting with their very first concert appearance in Hawaii when they stopped by KPOI. This is a really entertaining listen and quite the time capsule!
Tomorrow evening (Monday, September 12) Micky Dolenz will be featured on a radio program hosted by Jools Holland at 11pm (UK time) on BBC Radio 2. Micky will be performing with Jools and his band. Thanks to Rosemary Reedman for the heads up!
(Micky appears at the 2 hour 39 minute mark.)
And here's Micky on the BBC Radio 4 program Loose Ends.
Earlier this week, Nez appeared on Vicki Abelson's program on Conversations Radio. Here's the audio of the broadcast:
In this interview ahead of last night's show in Ottawa, Peter talks about working in the recording studio, Justus, departing The Monkees in the late 1960s, Good Times!, and more.
Interview with Wayne Avers