1970s video footage recorded by musician Micky Dolenz when he visited the then-nascent Fermilab is now available on YouTube
After a series of critically acclaimed shows in June 2018 that were ultimately cut short due to illness, Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz are bringing their "Mike & Micky Show" back to concert venues in 2019. In an announcement made this morning on The Monkees Tour Facebook page, the duo revealed an expanded tour itinerary that not only includes the four cities rescheduled from last June but another eight shows in brand new markets.
Here are the dates and links to purchase tickets for "The Mike & Micky Show" tour this March. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 16!
March 1: Chevalier Theatre / Medford, Massachusetts
March 2: Ocean Resort Casino / Atlantic City, New Jersey
March 3: American Music Theatre / Lancaster, Pennsylvania
March 5: Count Basie Theatre / Red Bank, New Jersey
March 6: Keswick Theatre / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 8: The Paramount / Huntington, New York
March 9: Beacon Theatre / New York, New York
March 10: Palace Theatre / Albany, New York
March 12: Royal Oak Music Theatre / Royal Oak, Michigan
March 14: Mystic Lake Casino / Prior Lake, Minnesota
March 15: Four Winds Casino / New Buffalo, Michigan
March 16: The Family Arena / St. Charles, Missouri
The Monkees Live Almanac chronicled the 2018 "Mike & Micky Show" tour as it happened. Complete coverage of those concerts, including reviews, photos, videos, and more can be found in the Live Almanac's archives.
'Head' trip: How the Monkees and Jack Nicholson shattered the fourth wall and the Hollywood mold, 50 years ago
Eddie Zyne, who played drums for The Monkees on their blockbuster 20th Anniversary Reunion Tour, has passed away. Micky Dolenz honored Eddie in a post on Facebook:
Video: Micky Dolenz & Michael Nesmith celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Head" in Hollywood (UPDATED)
Thanks to Jodi Ritzen for live streaming last night's 50th anniversary celebration of Head at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, featuring special guests Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith. Be sure to spot Henry Diltz's photos featured in the video below that chronicle The Monkees rehearsing and performing in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 17, 1968, including some rare shots from their evening concert at Lagoon in Farmington, Utah.
Monkees archivist and producer Andrew Sandoval hosted a Q & A session with Micky and Michael after the sold-out screening which can be seen in this video, courtesy of Ed Heffelfinger:
Variety reported on the golden anniversary celebration of Head and the joint Dolenz/Nesmith appearance.
And here's a great photo from the night's festivities of Nez and Micky with Davy's daughter, Annabel, courtesy of the Davy Jones Equine Memorial Fund page on Facebook:
"Mike & Micky Show" in 2019