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From: Brad Waddell

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the other fans directly and plan to meet at the concerts. Check it out!

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From: Cecilia Goodbody

Dear Brad:

Found out the guys are coming to San Diego, CA on August 25th; Civic Theate=
8 p.m. Tickets going on sale August 6th.

Thank you for the wonderful mail.

Love Cecilia Goodbody


From: Kim

True Hollywood Story
The Monkees
A portrait of the cheeky Monkees (Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Mike Nesmith
and Peter Tork), who rose meteorically to pop-music and TV-series fame
during the late-1960s. The program features intriguing anecdotes as well as=

clips, stills and interviews, including reflections from Dolenz, Jones and=

Rating: TV-PG
Category: Biography
Show times
Saturday, 11 4:00 PM EDT E!


From: Nez4Ever1230

On Saturday evening July 28, 2001 the A&E program Live By Request had as it=
featured guest the extremely talented artist Neil Diamond. On the program t=
artists perform songs that viewers request via telephone and e-mail as well
as songs requested by the host and songs selected by the artists themselves=
Someone requested the song I’m A Believer about midway through the program.
Before Neil performed it he and the host Mark McKewen discussed that he had
written the song and given it to the guys and they took it to the very top =
the record charts. He then performed the song with the audience singing alo=
Thank you,


From: Kim

8:00 PM EDT Biography. Hitmakers: The Teens Who Stole Pop Music. The
story of the
precocious teenagers who went on to write some of the greatest hits in
rock’n’roll history. Viewers will discover how the careers of Carole King,
Neil Sedaka, Gerry Goffin, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, and many others were
launched. And we’ll hear over 40 of their hits in rare and classic
performances of the Righteous Brothers, the Ronettes, the Shangri-Las, the
Shirelles, and others in this 2-hour special presentation. CC [TV G]

Behind the Music
The Monkees
60 min.
This profile of The Monkees features interviews with band members and
insiders and clips and stills from their heyday. The Monkees were never
supposed to be a band. They were hired to play a pop group on TV. Critics
dismissed them as the “Pre-Fab Four,” but the Monkees had the last laugh,
as they turned out a string of hits like “Daydream Believer” and “Last
Train to Clarksville” and sold 35 million records in 1967—more than the
Beatles and the Stones combined. Mike Nesmith says, “One day a friend of
mine came to me and said, ‘Do you know how many covers of teen magazines
you were on?’ I said, ‘No,’ and he said, ‘Every single one.’ “
Rating: TV-PG
Category: Documentary
Release Year: 2000
Show times
Wednesday, 15 7:00 PM EDT VH1


From: “Adams Family”

Sarasota, FL Concert

Just a note to say the Sarasota, FL concert on 7/28 was great. A lot of
energy (2 hours+) during the last show before the band prepares for a small=

break. Looked like the hall was sold out. It was the last night with
Natural. We saw them at the first show 3/1 in Clearwater, FL. They are much=

more polished and the crowd gave them a great response. I echo others- buy=

the live CD – It’s great!!


From: Yoda1185

When I saw The Monkees at the Taj Mahal on March 17 I was so surprise=
when Davy started singing I Wanna Be free. Knowing that they weren’t playi=
it a lot I was very happy to hear it. The part that I think you may find
interesting is that he sang it a bit differently. Davy sang it a lot slowe=
than the album version. Sort of like he was talking to the audience and
saying, with a semi tune, “I wanna be free…” But it was still great.

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