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Thread: Monkees - Micky Dolenz

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    Monkees - Micky Dolenz

    Will be 74 on March 8th. My favorite was David Jones, but I like Micky too. He's come a long way since "Circus Boy".
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    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    Unbelievable. Where does the time go. I wasn’t a huge fan of the Monkees, but I enjoy a song now when I hear one. I was more into the British Invasion. We go to a venue in IL where they bring in a lot of 60’s groups, or usually a few remaining members of groups. Everyone really looks so old now, but they can still put on a great show.
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    I was afraid your post was going to say he died! So glad it's not that...

    I always liked Mickey and thought he was one of the more talented in that group.
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    my fav was Peter Tork--so sad to see he died recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingshorttimer View Post
    my fav was Peter Tork--so sad to see he died recently.
    Me too. Have lost quite a few of my teenage years singing idols these past few years. Getting old sucks sometimes! but I still have my albums for nostalgic listening when I need a boost on bad days.

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    My friends and I liked the Monkees but they were never much on our radar. We were all about the Beatles and Stones I'm still all about the Beatles! I'll love them till the day I die. I have all their music.

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    My friend and I will be seeing him here in S. Florida in April....

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    Mickey was my teen crush The only pencil portrait I ever drew was of Mickey... I wonder if I still have it somewhere?
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    When I was a young teen, One of the guys' grandmother lived on the next street over from me, in San Jose. Not exactly bragging rights, but it was close enough for bragging to us.

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    Hey Boston1954 - someone who remembers watching Circus Boy! I thought I was alone��. Mickey used a different last name for that show. I really,liked the Minkees, too - and still do at my roaring old age of 71-1/2������. It was so sad about Peter. Only Mickey and Mike are still with us - it’s a real bummer hettingmolder and hearing your favorite artists, etc. passing away. I’m a hard rock/heavy metal fan and am trying to go see any bands thst are still touring. My 39 year old son and I are going to see/hear The Rolling Stones this coming May in Colorado. His wife can’t go as she will able a week from delivering their first child. It,took about 3 days to get my hearing back after seeing A.C./DC a few years ago. ������

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    Yes, he used the name Braddock, I believe.

    Be careful of your hearing. I never thought about it years ago, but in 2017 my left eardrum was punctured. I only have one left. I worry sometimes about the other.
    Life is not a movie. No one is going to yell "CUT" when you make a mistake. - Anne L. Fulton

    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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