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FILE - This July 6, 1967 file photo shows the musical group, The Monkees, from left,  Peter Tork, Mike Nesmith, David Jones, and Micky Dolenz at a news conference at the Warwick Hotel in New York.The Monkees will perform its first live shows since its star Davy Jones died in February. Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, and Peter Tork announced Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012, that the group will launch a 12-date U.S. tour in November. Jones died of a heart attack on Feb. 29. The group starred in its own NBC television show in 1966 as a made-for-TV band seeking to capitalize on Beatlemania sweeping the world. Jones rocketed to the top of the music charts with The Monkees, captivating audiences with hits including "Daydream Believer" and "I'm a Believer."The tour kicks off Nov. 8 in Escondido, Calif. It wraps on Dec. 2 in New York. It will highlight Jones
FILE - This July 6, 1967 file photo shows the musical group, The Monkees, from left, Peter Tork, Mike Nesmith, David Jones, and Micky Dolenz at a news conference at the Warwick Hotel in New York.The Monkees will perform its first live shows since its star Davy Jones died in February. Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, and Peter Tork announced Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012, that the group will launch a 12-date U.S. tour in November. Jones died of a heart attack on Feb. 29. The group starred in its own NBC television show in 1966 as a made-for-TV band seeking to capitalize on Beatlemania sweeping the world. Jones rocketed to the top of the music charts with The Monkees, captivating audiences with hits including "Daydream Believer" and "I'm a Believer."The tour kicks off Nov. 8 in Escondido, Calif. It wraps on Dec. 2 in New York. It will highlight Jones
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NEW YORK (AP) — The Monkees will perform their first live shows since star Davy Jones died in February.


Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, and Peter Tork announced Wednesday that the group will launch a 12-date U.S. tour in November. It's the band's first tour since 1997.


Jones died of a heart attack on Feb. 29 at age 66.


The group starred in its own NBC television show in 1966 as a made-for-TV band seeking to capitalize on Beatlemania sweeping the world. Jones rocketed to the top of the music charts with The Monkees, captivating audiences with hits including "Daydream Believer" and "I'm a Believer."


The tour kicks off Nov. 8 in Escondido, Calif. It wraps on Dec. 2 in New York. It will highlight Jones "in the show's multimedia content."


Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/surviving-monkees-to-launch-first-tour-in-15-years-20120808#ixzz22yoBhMAg


Rolling Stone magazine listed the collowing tour dates2:


Nov. 8 Escondido, CA - California Center for the Arts


Nov. 9 Santa Barbara, CA - The Arlington Theatre


Nov. 10 Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre


Nov. 11 Cupertino, CA - Flint Center for the Performing Arts


Nov. 15 Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre


Nov. 16 Chicago, IL - The Chicago Theatre


Nov. 17 Cleveland, OH - Lakewood Civic Auditorium


Nov. 18 Buffalo, NY - The Center For The Arts


Nov. 29 Philadelphia, PA - Keswick Theatre


Nov. 30 New Brunswick, NJ - State Theatre Regional Arts Center


Dec. 1 Huntington, NY - The Paramount


Dec. 2 New York, NY - The Beacon Theatre

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