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Micky Dolenz Sings ‘Different Drum’ From ‘Dolenz Sings Nesmith’ Album

Micky Dolenz has released his first new solo studio album in nine years, comprised entirely of songs Michael Nesmith wrote throughout his career. Dolenz Sings Nesmith, produced by Nesmith’s son, Christian Nesmith, arrived from 7a Records on May 21, 2021. Listen to Dolenz’ recording of “Different Drum” and other songs below.
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Micky Dolenz on the Monkees’ Farewell Tour, New LP ‘Dolenz Sings Nesmith’

The Monkees have survived many logical endpoints. They first seemed like they were done when their TV show went off the air in early 1968, and then again multiple times after: when they disbanded as a recording unit in 1971, when their reunion tours fizzled out amid bitter infighting in the early 2000s, and when Davy Jones died in 2012 and Peter Tork followed in 2019.
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REVIEW: Micky Dolenz makes the old sound new with ‘Dolenz Sings Nesmith’

Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith have been friends for a very long time, and for decades Dolenz has been part of a band—The Monkees—for which Nesmith was a primary songwriter. So Dolenz Sings Nesmith is not the first time Dolenz has sung Nesmith-penned songs. Dolenz Sings Nesmith. Micky Dolenz. 7a...
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The Monkees Announce 2021 Farewell Tour Ft. Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz

Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz, the surviving members of The Monkees, will embark on their farewell tour in September 2021. The tour, commemorating 55 years of the Hollywood creation-turned-actual hit-making group, will make its way through major markets in North America through the fall. This farewell tour will mark the end of a unique project that began in 1965 when four young men were cast in a television show about a struggling rock band that was inspired by The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night and wound up making an impact on pop culture in their own right.
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Interview: The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz enjoying grandpa life, making solo LP

A year ago, The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz was literally digging in at his Los Angeles area home as the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic clawed into the U.S. With a tour with fellow Monkee Michael Nesmith postponed, he had his hands in the soil of his garden and in his woodshop as he and his wife welcomed the unexpected time off from touring.
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The Monkees: What Micky Dolenz Thought of Smash Mouth’s ‘I’m a Believer’

The Monkees’ “I’m a Believer” became a hit song in the 1960s. However, some younger audiences are more familiar with “I’m a Believer” through Smash Mouth’s cover that appeared in the movie Shrek. Interestingly, The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz opened up about his reaction to Smash Mouth’s version of the song. Here’s how he reacts to kids who might not know that The Monkees’ performed the song decades before the Shrek franchise began.
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Micky Dolenz Sings ‘Different Drum’ From ‘Dolenz Sings Nesmith’ Album

Micky Dolenz is releasing his first new solo studio album in nine years, comprised entirely of songs Michael Nesmith wrote throughout his career. Dolenz Sings Nesmith, produced by Nesmith’s son, Christian Nesmith, comes from 7a Records on May 21, 2021. On April 23, Dolenz’ recording of “Different Drum” was released. Listen to it below.
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Micky Dolenz Releasing ‘Dolenz Sings Nesmith’ Album

Micky Dolenz is releasing his first new solo studio album in nine years, comprised entirely of songs Michael Nesmith wrote throughout his career. Dolenz Sings Nesmith, produced by Nesmith’s son, Christian Nesmith, comes from 7a Records on May 21, 2021. The album marks the biggest financial undertaking for the label to date as it marks a departure from being a reissue-only company.
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The Untold Truth Of Micky Dolenz

Actors are whoever we want them to be. That's part of the magic of show business (and it really is a business): the audience welcomes the illusion being presented. Whether that's heroics that defy biology, superheroics that defy physics, or romcoms that throw probability out the window: We want to believe. (Unless we're crabby. Then maybe we should believe anyway and find a better mood.)