A candid Micky Dolenz appeared on national radio talk program The Larry King Show with guest host Becky Bailey in February 1987. Micky talks about The Monkees' revival, his acting career, an upcoming guest appearance on The Mike Hammer Show, and much more. Thanks to Al Bigley of the Texas Prairie Chicken Home Companion Podcast for uploading this rarely heard radio interview!
Fabulous 208 was a weekly British pop music magazine, and here Micky Dolenz is featured on the cover of its November 11, 1967 issue in a picture taken during The Monkees' 1967 summer concert tour:
Information about rare collectibles like Mattel's Monkees toy guitars below and more can be found in Marty Eck's exhaustive book on Monkees memorabilia, The Monkees Collectibles Price Guide. Published in 1998, it has long been out of print, but the book is well worth searching for on Amazon.
Thank you very much to Iain Lee, co-founder of 7a Records, for uploading the official videotape of the 1986 Los Angeles Monkees convention, which took place September 5-7, and was capped by a reunion of all four Monkees in concert at the Greek Theatre on the last day of the convention. This video includes Q&A sessions with both Davy Jones and Micky Dolenz, Bobby Hart performing "Steppin' Stone" with The Characters, along with guest appearances by Jan Berry, Rodney Bingenheimer, and more.
As a special Fourth of July announcement, Michael Nesmith's Videoranch3D Facebook page unveiled a new line of products celebrating the iconography of Nez's famous green wool hat:
"Over 50 years ago, a young Michael Nesmith walked into an audition wearing a staple of his personal wardrobe. He used his green wool hat to keep his hair out of his eyes while riding his motorcycle. For the past five decades, that green hat has been synonymous with Mike.
"But it was always Nez's hat and remains his -- even if he was known as Mike back then.
"And so we introduce to you the Mike Hat Collection. It features a new iconic logo designed by artists Jonathan Nesmith and Susan Holloway."