On June 4, 1967 at the 19th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, The Monkees, Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider, and Jim Frawley took home two awards: Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy (Jim Frawley for "The Royal Flush").
Here's a flier for radio station WFIL in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the week of November 2, 1970, submitted to the Live Almanac by Perry Corvese. WFIL hosted a three-day concert event in May of that year, featuring a rare 1970 appearance by Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones. On the cover with Davy is WFIL disc jockey Long John Wade.
It's quite possible the photo on the flier above was taken during the span of The Monkees' visit in Philadelphia that May. Below you can see Davy and Micky at the event with disc jockey Wade in the back left, and Davy's clothes appear to be similar in both shots.
And check out these two buttons, which I purchased as a brand new fan in the summer of 1986:
Thanks to Perry Corvese for reminding me about this video of Davy being interviewed on Australian TV from his California home in 1970. He talks about the Saturday morning repeats of The Monkees television series, the state of Monkees affairs at the time, and more. Check it out on the 1970 page, too.
Originally broadcast on March 17, 1987, Micky is surprised when he is presented a platinum award by David for Then and Now...the Best of The Monkees.
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