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From: Anthony

–The Monkeesrule43 Online Mailing List–

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November 15, 2003
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**Uncut Live DVD Update**
I have just received the latest update from King Biscuit
Entertainment on the new “Monkees – Live Summer Tour – Extended &
Uncut” DVD. They wanted to be sure that everyone knows they have not
forgotten about the Monkees fans and are still working on making
this product a reality. I was told they may actually go into
production soon for the DVD, because they feel that our current 300+
pre-orders is a good starting point and that once the DVD is
actually available to be shipped, they will get more purchases. Help
us get this DVD even faster by reserving your copy of the “Monkees –
Live Summer Tour – Extended & Uncut” DVD today!

For any fans who are unfamiliar with this DVD, here is a brief
history of the product: On August 31, 2001, The Monkees played a
concert in Anaheim, CA at the Sun Theatre that was filmed & recorded
by King Biscuit Entertainment. The concert was eventually released
on DVD & CD as “Live Summer Tour.” Unfortunately, this DVD only
included one hour of the concert and the CD only featured 15 songs.
Earlier this year, Monkee fans rallied to get the full, uncut
concert released. King Biscuit responded with the announcement of a
pay-per-view broadcast of the complete concert on July 18, 2003. In
early June 2003, King Biscuit abruptly cancelled the PPV broadcast &
suggested a petition be started if fans were still interested in the
uncut concert. Monkeesrule43 Online took them up on their offer and
after just a month, the petition reached over 540 signatures. King
Biscuit was impressed with those numbers and on July 18, made a deal
with Monkees fans… They will accept pre-orders for an extended &
uncut DVD at the price of $49.98 and when 500 orders are placed,
they will make a one-time limited edition run of 1,000 DVDs & ship
them to those who reserved their copies.

So what makes this DVD so special? This was the FINAL Monkees
concert Peter Tork has ever performed in to date before he was
unexpectedly “fired” from the 2001 reunion tour. Believe it or not,
this is the only Monkees concert to be professionally filmed in its
entirety and since only a small number of uncut DVDs will be made,
this could become a rare and possibly valuable collector’s item that
any fan will treasure. But what separates this DVD from the original
version? The extended DVD will feature the complete two hour concert
and all 30+ songs & comedy bits, compared to the first DVD’s 18-
song, hour long edited concert. The cost of this product will be
close to (if not cheaper than) an actual ticket to The Monkees’ 2001
summer tour, and now you will be able to experience the thrill of
their live show anytime you want, in the comfort of your own home.
Finally, don’t forget that King Biscuit Entertainment actually
listened to what the FANS wanted and is making an effort to satisfy
us, unlike what many other companies would have done.

To pre-order your DVD now, go to
http://www.kingbiscuit.com/monkeesdvd
For more information on this product, visit
http://www.monkeesrule43.com/uncutDVD.html

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November 24, 2003
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**2004 Davy EPCOT Dates**
As he has for the past five or so years, Davy will be visiting Walt
Disney World’s EPCOT park for their Flower Power Festival in 2004.
Next year’s dates are April 16-19. Traditionally, he has done three
shows each day he is there and seating is first come, first served.

**New SSB Date**
Peter & Shoe Suede Blues have scheduled a new concert for 2003:
12/2/03 — Las Vegas, NV — Orleans Casino

**Peter & JLS Tour**
A few days ago, James Lee Stanley confirmed that he and Peter are
now planning a tour of the east coast for late January and early
February 2004. Dates that have already been announced are:
1/23/04 — Amenia, NY — Silo Ridge Country Club
1/24/04 — Catskill, NY — Friar Tuck Resort, Spa & Conv. Ctr.
1/25/04 — Philadelphia, PA — Tin Angel
1/29/04 — E. Vienna, VA — Jammin’ Java
1/30/04 — Pawling, NY — The Towne Crier
2/1/04 — Punxsutawney, PA — TBA
2/5/04 — Fall River, MA — Narrows Center for the Arts
2/6/04 — Boston, MA — TBA in Boston Area
2/7/04 — Saratoga Springs, NY — Caffe Lena

**On TV**
On December 9, TRIO will air Micky, Davy, & Mike’s 1969 appearance
on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” at 8am EST and 1pm EST. Peter Tork’s
first guest starring role on “7th Heaven” from the late-90s will be
re-run on ABC Family at 4pm EST on December 12. Micky will be
included in “Monterey Pop 1969” on Cinemax on December 17 at 7:05am
EST. For all upcoming airings of Davy hosting “Meet The Royals,”
click the “All Upcoming TV Appearances” link on the news page.

For more of this newsletter, visit Monkeesrule43 Online at
http://www.monkeesrule43.com – An officially licensed Monkees
site
that is your one stop on the web for Monkees news, bios, history,
rare MP3s & more!

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From: Brad Waddell

Check out:

www.Monkees.net

NOW to see a brand new, never before seen photo set of Michael
Nesmith at his home sent to us by a fan. 18 new photos in all! Check
it out on the “Whats New” page – thanks!

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From: Brad Waddell

`Family event’ closes season
Food, horse racing and fun at final steeplechase event of the year
By DAWN HINSHAW
Staff Writer

The Colonial Cup the last steeplechase event of the national
season, appreciated as a small “family event” was a good
excuse to eat and drink well, try on outrageous hats and enjoy the
beauty of horses running a grassy course.

This year’s event had a celebrity touch. Horseman Davy Jones,
recognizable more than 30 years after The Monkees topped the pop
charts, graciously signed autographs and allowed snapshots. His
horse finished third. “We’re going to come back and win some races
next year,” he promised.

http://www.thestate.com/mld/thestate/news/local/7280864.htm

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