"Backed by a six-piece band that included his sister Coco on vocals, Dolenz opened with 'Mary Mary,' one of the earliest releases for the television incarnation of The Monkees. With a smile on his face and an ease about him that comes with a half century of performing on stage, he kicked off the 90-minute set in glorious fashion."
Dolenz’s best performance came when he belted out the Monkees classic, “D.W. Washburn,” a song that showcased the strength of his seemingly ageless voice, though the crowd went crazy when sister Coco stepped to the front of the stage and joined him for a duet of the Everly Brothers’, “Crying in the Rain,” a moment that led Dolenz to tell the crowd, “Now you see where I learned how to sing!”
"With a voice that belies his age and a spring in his step performers 40 years his junior lack, Micky Dolenz was, quite simply, fun to watch."
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Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart returns
50th Anniversary Editions