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    Default Re: Peter Tork of The Monkees has died at age 77

    CA - I did too !
    I can't believe she was only 20 years-old and an editor of Tiger Beat. I can't believe he asked her if she wanted to try LSD. "Clothing is optional in my house" - omg ! Well, like she said it was the 60's. He seemed like a sweet guy.
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    Yeah - To say things were different back then would be a huge understatement, for sure!

    I was also a Monkees fan, although not a hardcore. I was too enamored with The Beatles to be overly-invested in anyone else, but I still liked most of their hits and watched the show on occasion.

    I am very sad to hear about Peter and my heart goes out to his loved ones and fans. It seems like hardly a month goes by these days that we don't lose another talent from my early years.

    R.I.P. Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witchy Woman View Post
    Horrible. Micky was always my favorite, but I loved them all !! I remember watching them on Channel 48 every day. I also had the good fortune to see them in 1986 for their 20th anniversary tour in Philly. First Davy, now Peter. It hurts when you see the people you grew up with dying.
    The first rock concert that I can remember attending was the Monkees in Houston at Astroworld in 1986. My sister and I waited with Mom all day so we could be at the front (it was General Admission). Fun times!

    Always in our hearts, Never forgotten

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    The first rock concert that I can remember attending was the Monkees in Houston at Astroworld in 1986. My sister and I waited with Mom all day so we could be at the front (it was General Admission). Fun times!

    Soda - What a great memory !
    I saw Davey Jones with two friends maybe 3-4 years before he died at the Bergen PAC Center. It was an enjoyable show.

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    Default Re: Peter Tork of The Monkees has died at age 77

    RIP.


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