David Price was a friend of Michael Nesmith's before The Monkees. He later became a stand-in for Davy Jones on the set of The Monkees' TV show, and he also traveled with the group during their concert tours. Beyond numerous cameos on the show as an extra, you can also spot David playing drums during "Little Darlin'" on the 1969 Monkees television special, 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee.
In 1969, Price became a member of the band Blue Mountain Eagle. The group released a lone album for Atlantic Records in 1970 (which is available on Amazon). He was seen in pictures taken at the private memorial for Davy Jones held at Samantha Juste's house after Davy passed away in 2012.
In this article, from the June 1967 issue of Tiger Beat, Price recalls the trip Mike and his wife, Phyllis, made to London in early February 1967.
Monkees Farewell Tour
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