Micky Dolenz "The Voice of the Monkees"
Micky Dolenz began as the star of THE MONKEES TV show has continued to make his mark in other areas of the entertainment business, through his varied career as an actor, director, writer, producer and performer. The Monkees were one of the biggest acts on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the late 1960s, selling more than 65 million records worldwide including "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone", "D.W. Washburn", "Words", "That Was Then, This Is Now", "Valleri", "Pleasant Valley Sunday", "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You", "Last Train to Clarksville", "Daydream Believer" & "I'm a Believer"
BIO: Micky Dolenz was born in Los Angeles on March 8, 1945. His father George, starred in a number of films, and played the title character in the mid-1950s television series The Count of Monte Cristo.
Micky first established himself as a performer at age ten when, under the stage name of “Mickey Braddock,” he starred in his own first TV series, Circus Boy, which aired on NBC and then ABC from 1956 to 1958. In his early teens, Micky guest-starred on a number of television shows. As he graduated high school and began attending college in the mid-‘60s, Dolenz also learned to play guitar. He soon began to perform with a number of rock ’n roll bands, including one called The Missing Links. READ MOREBuy Tickets
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