The Monkees bring summer tour to Las Vegas Aug 10
Hay, hay, it's The Monkees . Coming off a very successful 2012 fall tour, The Monkees are making their return to Las Vegas for a show August 10 in the Grand Events Center inside Green Valley Ranch Resort .
On Saturday, Snyder County residents and many out-of-towners came together at the Beavertown Carnival Grounds to honor the 1960s icon Davy Jones and raise money with a series of events held in his honor.
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Pa. town remembers Davy Jones, singer and neighbor
A crowd gathered Saturday for the celebration at the carnival grounds in Beavertown, about 120 miles northwest of Philadelphia.
Beavertown honors Monkee Davy Jones Today
Beavertown Mayor Cloyd Wm. Wagner, 81, right, listens as a speaker pays tribute to Davy Jones during a memorial program for the singer at the Fireman's Carnival Grounds in Beavertown, Snyder County.
Rock 'n' roller Mark Lindsay discusses his debut collaboration with Brian Wilson
In an exclusive, wide-ranging interview debuting in this column on Friday, June 14, Mark Lindsay , former lead singer, songwriter, and producer of Paul Revere and The Raiders , reflected on his newfound friendship and creative partnership with Brian Wilson , the musical genius behind The Beach Boys .
Yes Peter Tork of the Monkees can play
Back when I was still young enough to be entertained by unrequited love, I routinely kissed Peter Tork good night.
Chiller Theatre 2013: A Video Diary
Chart Beat chats with Cheap Trick's Robin Zander, Debbie Gibson, the Monkees' Peter Tork and other beloved entertainers at the music, movie and TV star convention At the Chiller Theatre fan convention, held April 26-28 in Parsippany, N.J., Debbie Gibson paraphrased Cher's line about the fan experience.
Remembering the Monkees: Peter Tork on nostalgic tour
Peter York comes to the Birchmere on Tuesday with "In This Generation: My Life in the Monkees and So Much More." Whenever "Hey, hey, we're the Monkees" reverberated from TV sets throughout American neighborhoods in 1966, excited youngsters settled themselves before the screen awaiting a half-hour of madcap episodes about four hopeful rock 'n' roll ... (more)