Thanks to Perry Corvese for reminding me about this video of Davy being interviewed on Australian TV from his California home in 1970. He talks about the Saturday morning repeats of The Monkees television series, the state of Monkees affairs at the time, and more. Check it out on the 1970 page, too.
It's great to see this show up on YouTube. I remember watching it when it was first aired. The Monkees had come off the road in September 1989 and this was the first high profile Monkees-related TV appearance after that point. Davy is the first guest...
Brand new to the Live Almanac's YouTube channel is Bill Chadwick's single for Dot Records, "Talking to the Wall"/"If You Have the Time." Thanks to Kevin Schmid for providing the audio, and the scans of the 45s in the video are courtesy of Monkee45s.
Bassist Bobby Dick was a member of the 1960s music group, The Sundowners, who opened for The Monkees (along with Jimi Hendrix and Lynne Randell) on their 1967 summer tour. In this two-part interview from the Headquarters radio program (originally airing on August 18 and September 1, 1988), Bobby talks about his days with The Sundowners, touring with Jimi Hendrix, and what it was like being on the road with The Monkees in 1967.
A promotional photograph of The Sundowners from their television appearance on “It Takes A Thief” in 1968: (front, from left) bassist Bobby Dick, vocalist Eddie Brick, and guitarist Dom DeMieri; (back) drummer Kim Capli and guitarist Ed Placidi