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From: Anthony

–The Monkeesrule43 Online Mailing List–

January 11, 2004

**Uncut Live DVDs Shipping Tomorrow**
King Biscuit Entertainment has finally announced that the “Monkees –
Live Summer Tour – Extended & Uncut” DVD will be shipping tomorrow,
January 12! They also wanted to apologize for the delay. Apparently,
there was a problem with the first batch of DVDs, which put them a
couple weeks behind. For those who haven’t ordered this new limited
edition DVD yet, there aren’t many left, so I would encourage you to
get yours now (
they’re gone forever! Thanks again for everyone’s support of this
project for so long!

**Davy Tour Date Changes**
Two Davy Jones concerts have been taken off his schedule:
2/13/04 — Orlando, FL — Marriott Hotel (Private Event)
4/3/04 — Newport, UK — Newport City Live Arena

January 7, 2004

**Micky Q&A Session** is now accepting questions from fans that will soon be
answered by Micky Dolenz as a part of their “Ask A Star” section.
Micky your questions! (Thanks Laura)

**On TV**
Michael Nesmith’s cameo in “Tapeheads” will air on Comedy Central on
January 16 at 8am EST. For all upcoming airings of Davy
hosting “Meet The Royals,” click the “All Upcoming TV Appearances”
link on the news page.

**Two Man Band Date**
Peter Tork & James Lee Stanley have added a new date to their
upcoming tour:
1/31/04 — Basye, VA — “ASCENT” at Bryce Ski Resort
For their full schedule, visit the Solo Tour Dates page.

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From: “Maggie McManus”

For our listmembers in Florida:

According to, Davy’s horse Indiantown Jones is entered
to run on January 11, 2004 at TAMPA BAY DOWNS in the 8th race. As
always, this is subject to change up to race time.


From: “Videoranch Foreman”

Happy New Year!

January CD Sale:
We will be having a huge CD sale throughout the month of January!
All Michael Nesmith CDs will be on sale for the rest of the month.
Visit the Videoranch Products Page for a list of CDs we have
available at the ranch!

You can buy And the Hits Keep on Comin’ for $12.95 and save $4!
You can buy The Complete First National Band Recordings, a two disc
set, for $19.95 and save $5!
Tropical Campfires is regularly $14.95, but for the month of January
you can get it for $10.95, a savings of $4!

Television Parts Home Companion DVD:
You can purchase the new Television Parts Home Companion DVD for $1
with any order of $50 or more! You will be given the choice to add
the Television Parts Home Companion DVD to your order for $1 when
you checkout of the store.

Hope this helps get the new year off to a great start!

The Staff at Videoranch


From: Brad

On December 12, 2003, Davy Jones graciously took time out of his
busy schedule to help out with a toy drive for WSOX Oldies 96.1 in
York, PA. After hearing about the event, Davy called the radio
station to help promote the cause. By the end of the day, $3000 was
gathered in the auction and 3000 toys were collected for the kids of
central Pennsylvania!


From: Brad

Chicago Sun Times, IL

Wangers, who owns six classic GTOs, was the marketing whiz behind
the original GTO and a GM consultant for the new version. He
convinced large shoe producer Thom McAn to make a “GTO” shoe, made
sure the car on the hit TV show “The Monkees” was based on the GTO
and was behind the 1964 hit record “GTO.” It essentially was a 2
minute and 29 second commercial for the GTO and was played on the
radio an estimated seven million times while on the charts.


From: Brad

FORMER “Monkees” Star Dolenz Joins Aida Jan. 6, NY

Micky Dolenz, of “The Monkees” fame, joins the Broadway company of
Aida January 6.

The former singer for one of the first-ever boy bands will play
Zoser in the hit Elton John-Tim Rice musical. Dolenz previously
played the role in the musical’s national tour. In a recent
statement the actor-singer said, “I am thrilled to be working with
so many talented people on such a prestigious project.”

Dolenz joins a company that includes Michelle T. Williams (Aida),
Will Chase (Radames) and Lisa Brescia (Amneris).

Micky Dolenz was one of the stars of the sixties TV show “The
Monkees,” about a rock-and-roll band. The group sold over 65 million
records, and their albums included “The Monkees,” “More of the
Monkees,” “Headquarters” and “Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones,
Ltd.” Dolenz also starred in the West End musical The Point and
later became a producer-director for the BBC and London Weekend
Television. In 1996 the Monkees reunited for a 30-year summer tour
around the U.S., and Dolenz recently directed the hit TV show “Boy
Meets World.” His other theatre credits include Grease, A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Tom Sawyer.

Aida features a book by Linda Woolverton, Robert Falls and David
Henry Hwang, sets and costumes by Bob Crowley, lighting by Natasha
Katz, choreography by Wayne Cilento and direction by Robert Falls.
The musical plays the Palace Theatre Broadway and 47th Street and
tickets are available by calling the Disney hotline, (212) 307-4747.
For more information about Aida, go to

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