"It is far and away my favorite Monkees song."
The Monkees reunited in early 2001, and Monkee Business Fanzine editor Maggie McManus caught up with the trio in Easton, Pennsylvania; Wilmington, Delaware; and Atlantic City, New Jersey on the 2001 tour.
"Mutant Monkees Meet The Masters of the Multimedia Manipulation Machine!" by Davy Jones & Alan Green
Published in 1992, this was Davy's second book (following 1987's They Made a Monkee Out of Me). A collection of photographs, collages, and remembrances, Mutant Monkees featured a foreword by Don Kirshner and was co-authored by Alan Green, who was a member of Davy's band, Toast, in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The Monkees played their very first concert in Canada at The Arena in Winnipeg, Manitoba on April 1, 1967. This article, written by Monkees stand-in and confidant David Price, and published in the December 1967 issue of Tiger Beat, examines the details of the performance and more.
A big thank you to Chris Keating for submitting this never before seen poster (to my knowledge) of The Monkees from the October 5, 1968 issue of the Australian publication TV Week.
From the YouTube description of the video:
Hello, my name is Dylan and I'm 8 years old. I recreated the introduction to The Monkees TV show using my Legos, stuffed animals, Playmobil and other toys in my house. It's a fun song. I spent a lot of time preparing this video (my Dad helped a bit.) I hope you like it!
Live in 2021