Does anyone have a color version of this photo? If you do and wouldn't mind sharing, please contact me.
Here's a complete concert from the 1997 UK Justus Tour in Bournemouth, UK at the Bournemouth International Centre on March 16, 1997. There have been various bootlegs from this tour floating around for years (both audio and video), but I have never seen video footage of the Bournemouth show.
This was uploaded on YouTube by Monkees fanatic Suzanne Gee. Thanks, Suzanne (and if you read this post, please contact me if you have a moment).
The Monkees were profiled in the February 15, 1997 issue of TV Guide during the leadup to their ABC television special and the UK concert tour. The group twice appeared on the cover of TV Guide in January and September 1967. (Click each image to enlarge.)
I posted some new pictures in the following sections: 1968 Far East (a picture of the Japanese tour book as well as one of Mike and Davy onstage in Australia), DJBH (including some rare pictures of Micky and Davy performing together after the disbanding of DJBH), 1997 North American (added a picture of the tour program) 2001 North American (a great picture of Davy onstage in Atlantic City at the bottom of the page) and the 2011 World Tour (a picture of the trio underneath the tour summary).
Keep an eye out on the site's YouTube channel (see the link to the right). I'll be uploading more video shortly...
I just found this video on YouTube that was recently uploaded (I believe by former Monkees backing band keyboard player Dave Alexander) that shows The Monkees rehearsing "You and I" at Wembley Arena in 1997 during the Justus tour. The audio appears out of sync, but it's definitely interesting footage and something I haven't seen previously.
Added a few pictures in the 1997 UK Justus Tour section that were taken at the Cardiff International Arena.
An extra for today: Davy's "Rainy Jane" single from the summer of 1971. This would have made a great Monkees song.
Added a few more YouTube videos in the 1997 United Kingdom Justus Tour section. Quality and sound isn't great, but it'll do.
I hope The Monkees properly film and record the current tour. And didn't Davy mention on his website a few years back about professional quality footage of the '97 UK tour???