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From: Brad Waddell

Welcome to the Monkees.Net Alert Newsletter!

Monkee Business Fanzine Monkees News Update
updated September 24, 2001

The U.K. concert tour planned for Micky Dolenz and Davy
Jones for October 20-26 has been postponed until
March, Tentative new dates include:

March 21, Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, SCOTLAND
March 23, Telewest Arena, Newcastle, ENGLAND
March 24, Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, ENGLAND
March 26, Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, ENGLAND
March 27, NEC, Birmingham, ENGLAND
March 28, Wembley Arena, London, ENGLAND

Peter will perform with his Shoe Suede Blues band
November 3 at The Church in Ocean Park, 235 Hill
Street, Santa Monica, CA. It’s a dance, not a concert,
and it’s a benefit for the Beyond Baroque Sunday
meeting’s childcare. Call 562-997-9245 for further
info and ticket details.

Micky has several irons in the fire this year professionally—he directed a
movie in January and will be directing a pilot for the Disney Channel
later this year—but he still finds time to tour with the Monkees and
in his own solo rock’n’roll show of Monkees hits and rock classics, backed
by his band and his sister Coco on vocals:
Nov. 21-28, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, sailing Nov. 18 and Nov. 25
Jan. 13-20, Costa Victoria cruise ship, sailing from Ft. Lauderdale, FL,
with Peter Noone and Paul Revere & The Raiders

Michael Nesmith is working on a new album, “Rays”, due out in 2002,
his movie, “Fried Pies”, a second novel, The America Gene, and he
has moved his company Videoranch to Monterey, California.
Anchor Bay Entertainment is releasing some of Nez’s films on DVD for the
first time—“Tapeheads” and his concert video “Live at the Britt” are already
available, and “Timerider” is expected in 2002.
Nez’s company Videoranch has reissued his “Live at the Palais” concert album
on CD, complete with bonus tracks.
Check out for details and updates.

Rhino Video has pencilled in a release date for a DVD box set of all 58
Monkees episodes for May 2002.
Rhino Handmade’s newest project, released May 9 by mail order only, is a
collection of live concert recordings from the Monkees’ 1967 tour—
check it out now at
Last year, Rhino Handmade released a 3-CD set, “Headquarters
Sessions”, chronicling the making of the Monkees’ album “Headquarters”.
The compilation makes use of unreleased demos, backing tracks, studio chatter,
song fragments, and early versions of tracks.
On Feb. 13, 2001, Rhino retired the “Listen To The Band” Monkees 4-CD
boxed set and replaced it with “The Monkees Music Box”, an updated 4-CD
set which includes some unreleased alternate versions of Monkees
tunes from tapes which have surfaced since the release of the previous box
set. See for a detailed track listing.

For the further adventures of Natural, the Monkees’ tourmates through
most of 2001, consult

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From: Estrella Lee

Hi! Just thought you ought to know,
has updated their website. They finally moved the
U.K. dates to March 2002 *AND* the Monkees concert
(Dolenz and Jones) in Philly, after the Temple Owls
football game, has been rescheduled for October 13 (by
the looks of it).


Dreamers dream, wishers wish,
but doers make both come true.
–Author Unknown


From: “Bonnie Verrico”

HI Gang,

The promoter of the Beyond Baroque dance (Shoe Suede Blues performance
on November 3rd) asked me to forward the following information to

Advance tickets for the Beyond Baroque Dance are available by mail.
Checks in the amount of $7 per ticket should be made payable to “Owen
Bjornstad” and mailed to: Norma Ann Dawson, 2286 East Carson Street,
PMB 310, Long Beach, CA 90807-3044, with a self-addressed stamped
return envelope.

Also, there is plenty of no-permit, no-meter parking starting at 4th
Street and going east. The location of the benefit dance is
accessible by the Santa Monica Bus lines 1, 2, and 8 and the MTA Bus
Line 33.

Take care,

What’s all the excitement about?
It’s Shoe Suede Blues w/ Peter Tork!
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