Monkees Still Hard at Work
Sure their last hit was over 40 years ago, but who cares. The Monkess, somewhat like another monster band from the 60's, The Beach Boys, had what can only be called, "timeless hits."
Every generation loves them and knows all their songs. that's just the way it is. I know, "they didn't play their own instruments and they were manufactured." So what? It was fun. their song make you feel good.
The Monkees will be teaming up with some other 60's icons for the Chiller Theatre Expo!
The Monkees‘ Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork are among the many stars who have been scared up by organizers of the Chiller Theatre Toy, Model and Film Expo for the latest edition of the nostalgia-filled extravaganza. The event, which features appearances by a wide variety of veteran celebrities from the entertainment world, is scheduled for April 26-28 at the Sheraton hotel in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Joining the two ’60s pop singers at the exposition will be such other TV stars as Patty Duke, (below)
Dennis the Menace‘s Jay North, The Green Hornet‘s Van Williams, CHIPs‘ Larry Wilcox, Butch “Eddie Munster” Patrick and Good Times‘ John Amos.
Also appearing will be longtime Chiller Theater host Zacherley (left) , Debbie Gibson, Lorenzo Lamas, Karen Allen and Rocky Horror Picture Show cast members Barry Bostwick, Patricia Quinn and Nell Campbell.
In addition, the expo will feature toy and memorabilia displays and sales, as well as costume, model-building and art contests. The Chiller Theatre convention has been held at least twice a year since 1999.