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Instant Replay, The Monkees' seventh album and the first to be released in the post-Peter Tork era, was issued by Colgems Records on February 15, 1969:
The 19th Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out on June 4, 1967 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The Monkees, Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider, and Jim Frawley took home two awards that evening: Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy (Jim Frawley for "The Royal Flush").
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In the early 1970s, Micky Dolenz recorded five singles on MGM Records and its subsidiaries. The October 16, 1971 issue of Cashbox noted Micky's affiliation with the label for his first post-Monkees releases:
In 1989, The Monkees returned to Europe for the first time since 1967 for a tour that brought a sell-out crowd to nearly every venue along with a huge wave of publicity surrounding their activities. Most of the shows centered around the United Kingdom with dates in England, Scotland, and Wales. A concert was also held in Apeldoorn, Holland on April 21, portions of which were broadcast live on European radio. The Apeldoorn show was filmed and later screened on Holland television in May.
An acoustic set was a highlight of all of The Monkees' 1989 concerts in the UK, North America, and Japan. Listen below to Davy Jones take the lead on "When Love Comes Knockin' (At Your Door)" during the set while Peter Tork sings "Take a Giant Step."
January 15-17: Fallsview Casino Resort / Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
April 13: Stage 954 - The Casino @ Dania Beach / Dania Beach, Florida
April 14: Southwest Florida Event Center / Bonita Springs, Florida
May 4: Haugh Performing Arts Center / Glendora, California
June 29: Helwig Winery / Plymouth, California
July 4: San Diego County Fair Solid Gold Concert Series / Del Mar, California
July 5: The Coach House / San Juan Capistrano, California
July 6: The Rose / Pasadena, California
July 7: The Canyon / Agoura Hills, California
August 17: Huntington Park / Columbus, Ohio
August 24: Sugar Creek / Hinton, Oklahoma
September 22: Arcada Theatre / St. Charles, Illinois
September 27: The Theatre at Grand Prairie / Grand Prairie, Texas (with The Fab Four)
November 8: Lancaster Performing Arts Center / Lancaster, California
November 9: Kirkland Performance Center / Kirkland, Washington
Micky is also performing with Michael Nesmith this March and June in "The Monkees Present: The Mike Nesmith & Micky Dolenz Show." Click the image below for more information:
"It Was Fifty Years Ago Today," a tribute to The Beatles' White Album and co-starring Micky Dolenz, Christopher Cross, and Todd Rundgren, will be on tour this September and October. Click the following image for tour dates:
And, Micky already has concerts scheduled for 2020!
February 8, 2020: Micky Dolenz, the Voice of The Monkees, with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra
February 9, 2020: Micky Dolenz, the Voice of The Monkees, with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra
February 12, 2020: Katharine Hepburn Center / Old Saybrook, Connecticut
February 13, 2020: The Center For Arts Natick / Natick, Massachusetts
February 14, 2020: Palace Theatre / Manchester, New Hampshire
February 21, 2020: My Father's Place Supper Club / Rosyln, New York (3pm show)
February 21, 2020: My Father's Place Supper Club / Roslyn, New York (7pm show)
February 22, 2020: Sellersville Theater / Sellersville, Pennsylvania (3pm show)
February 22, 2020: Sellersville Theater / Sellersville, Pennsylvania (8pm show)
March 27, 2020: Beatles on the Beach @ Theater at Old School Square / Delray Beach, Florida
May 9, 2020: Fermilab Ramsey Auditorium / Batavia, Illinois
Keep checking back for updates!
Watch Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and their backing band perform The Monkees' classic "Circle Sky" during "The Mike & Micky Show" in 2018:
(Footage courtesy of Ed Heffelfinger)
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