"The Mike & Micky Show" has arrived Down Under! Micky and Nez will commence their tour of Australia and New Zealand this Saturday in Christchurch, New Zealand. The duo appeared on Australian news program The Project earlier today:
The Monkees' official Facebook page shared some photos of today's promotional activities in advance of opening night:
Micky and Michael were also guests on The Conversation Hour, a podcast which can be downloaded through the link below:
The latest episode of our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast celebrates the life and music of Peter Tork, with previously unheard interview audio and more. Andy Greene and Rob Sheffield join host Brian Hiatt to discuss Tork’s place in music history, while also tracing the Monkees’ broader story and making a case for their greatness.
Adam Schlesinger, producer of The Monkees' two most recent albums Good Times! and Christmas Party, breaks down the tracks on the group's new holiday LP and much more on The Nightfly with Dave Juskow podcast. Thanks to Tracy Robison for the heads-up!
John Hughes speaks to Micky & Michael about "Christmas Party," future touring plans, and more on Rhino podcast
Fans of the old Monkeesmixography website, which classified every Monkees song by mix/master/remaster, and more, are in for a real treat. Craig Smith and Derek Miner have converted the online guide into a new book, Mixing Links: The Monkees on Disc. No release date has been announced, but for now, you can visit the project's website or join their group on Facebook.
Craig and Derek recently appeared on SMISHSMASHCAST with Eric Miller and Megan Stemm-Wade to discuss the upcoming book. Be sure to listen to Part 1 below!
Thanks to the podcast We Want The Monkees, here is an audience recording of the complete show at Harrah's Lake Tahoe in Stateline, Nevada on June 9, 2018:
On this edition of THE RHINO PODCAST, host Dennis is in the booth with the one and only Micky Dolenz and Monkees reissue producer Andrew Sandoval to talk playing concerts in supermarket parking lots, Don Kirshner, JC Penney, long hair, Look Magazine, and why only 12 tracks originally made it on to MORE OF THE MONKEES. Find out what was left on the cutting room floor and how you can now hear those songs when you tune in.
Click each photo below to listen to some interesting and informative discussions about The Monkees' 1966 recording sessions:
Part 5 is (hopefully) coming soon!
Michael Nesmith also reveals that 7a Records is recording one of the upcoming First National Band Redux concerts in this interview with Mike Quackenbush and Clayton Morris:
Listen in iTunes: The Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe with Michael Nesmith
Download the episode: Grizzly Bear Cafe
David Crosby, The Monkees' Micky Dolenz and Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen go deep on album that changed the world
Listen to the bootleg recording of The Monkees while on tour in Japan in early October 1968, along with a rare interview with Peter Tork that was recorded during their visit, all courtesy of the We Want The Monkees podcast.
In honor of the holiday spirit, take a moment to listen to Tim Powers and his latest podcast, which highlights non-traditional Christmas music. There's a Monkees gem in the mix, too!