The world has lost a pop culture icon. Davy Jones, lead singer and adorable tambourine player for the TV troublemakers and original boy band The Monkees, passed away after a sudden heart attack. Much like his Beatles counterparts, this British heart throb was a teen idol and drove girls crazy around the world.
In the wake of Davy Jones’ sudden passing yesterday (Feb. 29), his fans and musical peers have taken to their social media networks of choice to share their sorrow and disbelief — as have Jones’ former bandmates in the Monkees, all of whom have posted public expressions of grief.
A world full of daydream believers is mourning the death of the Monkees' Davy Jones today (Feb. 29). As soon as news of his heart attack and passing at age 66 hit the internet, Jones' musical peers and fans took to Twitter to express their love for the '60s pop-rock star. Slash, De
The Monkees have announced the dates for their 45th anniversary tour. It'll start in the U.K., and will hit America on June 5th in Pompano Beach, Florida. Read more and see the current dates on the next page!
Don Kirshner, who's golden ear has made the careers of some of Kool 98's staple hitmakers, died yesterday of heart failure at the age of 76. Neil Diamond, Bobby Darin, Carole King, Neil Sedaka, the Monkees, the Archies and Kansas...just a few of the legendary artists and groups who owe their careers to Don. Read more about his life and legacy below.