The Monkees performed two shows at Pine Knob Music Theatre outside of Detroit on August 26 and 27, 1987. The video below is of the second show, and is the first time I have seen it on YouTube. This particular concert includes songs from the Pool It! album, including "Gettin' In," "Don't Bring Me Down," "Every Step of the Way," and "Heart and Soul." The rarely performed "Zor and Zam" is also featured.
Thanks to Iain Lee at Monkee Bootlegs for posting this video made available from Heather Sciacca:
Hey, Hey We're The Monkees premiered on the Disney Channel in late January 1997. The documentary includes interviews with all four Monkees. It was later made available on VHS, but has never been released on DVD or Blu-ray.
This comes from Harold Bronson's book, Hey, Hey, We're The Monkees. For easier reading, click on the image and then click on it again.
The Monkees filmed the "Circle Sky" live sequence for Head in Salt Lake City, Utah in May 1968. Nicholson co-produced and co-wrote the group's only feature film. Michael is strumming his custom model white Gibson SG guitar.
Michael's fall tour begins this Sunday, October 27, at the MIM Music Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. About a dozen tickets remain for the show.
When dates were announced after the completion of the 2013 Monkees summer tour, Nez talked about his plans for the fall concerts. "The songs I'll play are a touch chronological and a touch thematic," Michael said in a statement. "I picked my favorites to play, the ones I have come to love over the years, and the ones that are most requested by fans of my solo work."
This will be Michael's third extensive round of solo dates since returning to the stage in 2012. He played a series of shows in the United Kingdom just before the November/December 2012 Monkees tour, and visited cities across the United States last spring.
For dates, venues and links to purchase tickets, click here. After-show 'Conversation' passes quickly sold out, but passes do remain for Bloomington, Indiana.
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