After the departure of Peter Tork, The Monkees conducted a tour across North America throughout 1969. They were backed by the seven-piece R & B band Sam & The Goodtimers. One concert from this tour (thought to be the May 10, 1969 performance in Wichita, Kansas at the Century II Convention Center) exists as bootleg, and “I’m a Believer” can be heard here. It’s an absolutely horrible recording that I’m only posting for the historical curiosity of it. For years there have been rumors that the band recorded a show on this tour, but no tapes have ever turned up. Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
This audio comes from the only known bootleg recording of The Monkees’ 1969 tour, thought to be the May 10, Read more
The Monkees, backed by Sam and The Goodtimers, perform their single “Someday Man” on The Joey Bishop Show in April Read more
During a publicity photo shoot for the band’s 1987 album Pool It!, someone at Cherokee Recording Studios in Los Angeles Read more
The Monkees open up their concert in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Valley Forge Music Fair on July 29, 1989. Songs included Read more
The Monkees perform in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Valley Forge Music Fair on July 29, 1989. Songs included are As We Read more
The Monkees win the award for Favorite Music Group on the Nickelodeon show Rated K: For Kids, By Kids in Read more
The Monkees perform “Don’t Bring Me Down” (from their 1987 album Pool It!) live in Jackson, New Jersey on September Read more
Circa 1987. Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
The Monkees open up Nickelodeon’s music video countdown show, Nick Rocks, in November 1987. Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
Here is an another piece of this wonderful concert. The Monkees live concert [21-04-1989] in the Netherlands. Featuring Davy Jones, Peter Tork & Micky Dolenz
(1)The Monkees (2)That Girl (3)Dark Shadows (4)THE Cat (5)Family Affair (6)The Road Runner Show (7)The Newlywed Game
As The Monkees fought for creative control of their music, tensions began to mount and tempers raged out of control leading to a few “punch-ups”.