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It does sound like this might the farewell tour for The Monkees. But of course I don’t believe anyone who says anything is Farewell. Ask The Who or Cher.

Anyway, after 55 years, Micky Dolenz and Mike Nesmith say they are going out on their farewell tour. Davy Jones and Peter Tork are in rock and roll heaven. There’s not much left. But the songs are still great, and the remaining guys are still very entertaining.

Funny that Nesmith only got with the program after Davy and Peter died. For decades he ignored the group when it was a touring trio.

The tour begins September 11 in Seattle and ends back where it all began in Los Angeles at The Greek Theater on November 14.

The group — sans Nesmith — had a hit reunion album called “Good Times” in 2016. The producer was Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne. Sadly, he died a year ago from COVID. They should dedicate this tour to his memory.

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