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Monkee Monday 2.0: Davy Jones' Locker

Ok so this is like years late but it had to be posted.

Sadly few of this generation would get the reference in the clip to Davy Jones being both the character of the sea and a famous musician. 27 more words

Daydream believer

So it’s he morning after the night before if you will.

I’m STILL Pre-menstrual but i’m feeling sunny and ready to run a mile today (Not that i could run a mile these days if i tried it’d probably kill me for i’m an awful fag ash lil these day’s, awful habit i know but i have been smoking since i was 14, i NEED to stop.) 390 more words

The Monkees Come to the Queen City May 24!

That’s right, folks. The Monkees are coming to Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center with their 50th anniversary tour in a few short weeks and we know you don’t want to miss out on this. 238 more words


Remembering Davy Jones

It’s been four years exactly since Davy Jones passed away. It’s an easy date to remember, since it was Leap Day, Feb. 29, 2012.

Davy wasn’t my favorite Monkee, as his ballads could be somewhat schmaltzy. 214 more words


Davy Jones, The Monkees and Tippex Millionaires

Day two after news broke of the death of  David Bowie (Jones) and the media still awash with trubutes and commentaries about the icon.

Got me to thinking about that other David Jones who also died prematurely in his sixties – Davy Jones of The Monkees.  450 more words

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Daydream Believers Diamond Retreat 2015

This past weekend I had the honor and privilege to host the Diamond leaders on my Beachbody Team, Daydream Believers.  I have spent the entire day reflecting on the experience and trying to wrap my head around how far my team has come in such a short period of time. 573 more words


The 1951 Rolling Review Show ... # 2

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 2

We all have a musical backdrop to our lives which extends from the cradle to the grave. The great pianist, composer and conductor Alberto Semprini used to host a light music  programme on BBC radio called Semprini Seranade. 102 more words

The 1951 Rolling Review Show