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The Monkees were more struggling Marx Brothers than Beatles: ‘A very different kettle of fish’

The Monkees were more struggling Marx Brothers than Beatles: ‘A very different kettle of fish’

Decades later, the Monkees’ Micky Dolenz says “I’m always amazed that people, even real fans of the show, missed that dynamic.”

Micky Dolenz discusses the Monkees’ Hall of Fame chances: ‘I’ve never been too bothered by it’

Micky Dolenz discusses the Monkees’ Hall of Fame chances: ‘I’ve never been too bothered by it’

With the 50th anniversary of the Monkees’ TV show nearing in 2016, is it finally time for a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nod? Mickey Dolenz weighs in.

The Monkees were split, and sparked, by creative differences: ‘It’s part of the equation’

The Monkees were split, and sparked, by creative differences: ‘It’s part of the equation’

Comparing their relationship to that of brothers, Micky Dolenz says the Monkees would inevitably fight — but for all the right reasons.

Micky Dolenz remembers Mike Nesmith’s return to Monkees: ‘It brought tears to my eyes’

Micky Dolenz remembers Mike Nesmith’s return to Monkees: ‘It brought tears to my eyes’

For Micky Dolenz, Mike Nesmith’s reunion with the Monkees was as long awaited as it was deeply emotional.

How the Monkees were named, and other Beatles-related myths: ‘It was a lot of fun’

How the Monkees were named, and other Beatles-related myths: ‘It was a lot of fun’

Micky Dolenz unravels some common misconceptions involving the Monkees and the Beatles, starting with how his band spelled its name.

Monkees’ Micky Dolenz still struggles with Davy Jones’ absence: ‘He’s irreplaceable’

Monkees’ Micky Dolenz still struggles with Davy Jones’ absence: ‘He’s irreplaceable’

As the late Davy Jones’ birthday looms on December 30, his Monkees bandmate Micky Dolenz is fondly recalling their time together.

The Monkees’ strange and gutsy Head helped spark a new independence in Hollywood

The Monkees’ strange and gutsy Head helped spark a new independence in Hollywood

‘Head’ found the Monkees breaking away forever from the tightly scripted structure of a television show that had hurtled them to fame.

Micky Dolenz on Monkees misconceptions: ‘It wasn’t a rock ‘n’ roll band’

Micky Dolenz on Monkees misconceptions: ‘It wasn’t a rock ‘n’ roll band’

Did Charles Manson audition for the Monkees? Was one of them up an iconic Jim Carrey role? Were they even a rock band? Micky Dolenz explains.

A chance meeting with the Monkees sparked Harry Nilsson’s career: ‘You can quit the bank now’

A chance meeting with the Monkees sparked Harry Nilsson’s career: ‘You can quit the bank now’

Then unknown, Harry Nilsson pitched a song to the Monkees, and a life-long friendship with Micky Dolenz was born.

‘It’s a common urban myth': Micky Dolenz says the Monkees were never meant to be the American Beatles

‘It’s a common urban myth': Micky Dolenz says the Monkees were never meant to be the American Beatles

“If you go to Wikipedia,” he quips, “that’s the kind of thing you’re going to hear.”