Gilbert and Frank visit the George Burns Room at the historic New York Friars Club, where they're joined by actor, singer and musician MICKY DOLENZ for a fun and fascinating look back at "Monkeemania" and his own unlikely journey from 1950's child star ("Circus Boy") to 1960's pop/rock icon. Also, Micky drops in on a "Sgt. Pepper" recording session, makes movies with Jack Nicholson and Frank Zappa and hits the town with fellow "Hollywood Vampires" John Lennon, Keith Moon and Alice Cooper. PLUS: Lon Chaney Jr.! Micky's mom meets "The Creeper"! The Monkees take on "Faust"! Harry Nilsson quits his day job! And Sgt. Bilko sings "Yesterday"!
The December 27, 1991 issue of Goldmine celebrated the 25th Anniversary of The Monkees with a cover story that included separate interviews with Micky, Michael, and Davy. In this interview with Micky, he discusses the Pool It! album, his solo career at that time, Circus Boy, and more. Also included is a review of his then current album, Micky Dolenz Puts You To Sleep, and a complete solo discography up to 1991. For easier reading, click on each image and then click on it again.
Micky in Circus Boy.
Monkees Farewell Tour
Dolenz sings Nesmith