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From: Evelyn Agostini

Hi, I’m in NYC & I just heard that tomorrow night, 11/27/01, the Monkees
will be the featured artists on CBS-FM’s radio station 101.1, Hall of Fame
program!! It’s part of the Mike Fitzgerald Show which is on from 7:00 p.m.
to 11:00 p.m. but the Hall of Fame segment starts at 8:00 p.m.
By the way, Brad, I always look forward to your updates. Regards, Evy.

(thanks! brad)


From: “Bonnie Verrico”

Hi Everyone,

Just got these new dates in for Shoe Suede Blues’ Spring Tour:

Wednesday, March 13, 2002
The Cutting Room
19 West 24th Street (between Broadway & 6th Avenue)
New York City, NY
Tickets TBA

Friday, March 22, 2002
Time TBA
Grico’s River Street Jazz Gafe
The Cross Valley Center
665 North River Street
Plains (Wilkes Barre), PA
Tickets $10.00


Don’t just sit there… check out
Shoe Suede Blues w/ Peter Tork!



AMC Channel, Mon. the 26th and Tues. the 27th @ 5:30. Hollywood Rocks the
Movies: The 60s. A history of 1960s rock-and-roll movies from the Beatles
to the Monkees.


From: Derek Thomas

Videoranch is now taking advance orders for the CD “The Wichita Train
Whistle Sings”. The CDs are expected to arrive the first week of December.

Derek Thomas


From: “Lizzie V.”

AMC will present this 2-part documentary:

Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The ’60s
60 min.
A history of 1960s rock-and-roll movies, from the Beatles to the Monkees.

Part 1 airs Monday 11-26 at 5:30 p.m. (eastern)
Part 2 airs Tuesday 11-27 at 5:30 p.m. (eastern)


From: Mickyrobindolenz

i was recently at a Neil diamond impersonator concert, and of course the guy
did “I’m a believer” well the audience went nuts and then during 3 more
tunes, guys from the table next to yelled, do another monkees tune, sing the
monkees. then the one guy taps me on the back and said “you know that this is
the monkees tune”
i said “you know that Neil diamond wrote it and the monkees or micky sang it”
he said “no the monkees wrote it, its their song”
i said “no they didn’t its his, song”
so then he goes “monkees monkees”
i was laughing so hard, you had to be there. and believe it not, when i was
at the real Neil diamond concert, in the hall way afterwards, some man said
“can you believe he sang a monkees tune”
geeze maybe micky should just buy the rights to the song and say its his.


happy holidays


From: “Erica Davies”

On Friday, October 12 at 6:00, I left my work for my friend Steph’s house
in CT. I arrived at her house about 3 1/2 hours later. Steph and I then
headed for Andrea’s house in NJ. After getting stuck in traffic on the
George Washington Bridge 2 hours, we finally made it to her house. Around
2am, we were on our way to Andrea’s sister’s, Heather, house.
On Saturday, Andrea, Steph and I left for the Veterans Stadium at 12:00. 2
hours later, we arrived in the parking lot, and started to set up for
Monkeestock2. We didn’t meet as many fans as we were hoping to, but we
still had a lot of fun. Heather eventually joined us and we hung out until
the very end of the third quarter of the football game. We found our
seats, but decided to move up to the front row. Part way through the 4th
quarter, people started to move into the boxed seats. We followed their
lead and ended up getting 4th row seats in the boxed seats section! Near
the end of the game, a bunch of the fans and I started to chant, “we want
the Monkees, we want the Monkees.” We did this again, when the band came
on to the stage.
Finally, at 8:30, Davy and Micky took the stage. They started the concert
with “That Was Then, This Is Now” and followed that with 7 other
songs. The concert only lasted for 30 minutes, but it was well worth the
trip. After the concert, I went up to the front row and tried to find
someone who could get me a copy of the set list. I saw that Greg was still
on the stage, so I yelled something like, “Greg! Can I have a copy of the
set list?” He got one for me, and handed it to a roadie, who handed it to me.
On the way back to Heather’s appartment, Andrea told us that she called our
friend Vickie, who lives in MS, during the concert, so she could listen to
it. We called her again, to see how she like the concert, and to see how
well she could hear it. She was able to hear it just fine, and had a lot
of fun singing along with Davy and Micky.
I had a great weekend with my friends and would do it all over again in a
Peace, Love and the Monkees,
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