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 y
Not unlike what occurred following the sudden and sad passing of singing superstar Whitney Houston on the eve of this year’s Grammys, the sale of Monkees albums spiked tremendously after the death of Davy Jones last week.
I was going to title this "Imaginary group has real problems" but the Monkess, no matter how they were originally cast, are a very real group. Since MTV revived their careers back in the 80's, the "pre-fab four" ( sorry for using that tired cliche) have been on the road a lot!
It's fairly well known that Davey Jones has grown into a sullen bitter man and that Mike Nesmith only