Micky Dolenz Visits the Rhino Podcast

Micky Dolenz in 2015
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Hey hey! Just weeks after Michael Nesmith's son Christian chatted with the members of the Rhino Podcast, original Monkee Micky Dolenz has stepped up to the mic to talk about his newest album and the band's final tour.

Micky's newest album, Dolenz Sings Nesmith, was produced by Christian Nesmith and features brilliantly reimagined versions of the elder Nesmith's most beloved songs. Hits like "Different Drum" (recorded by The Stone Poneys, featuring a young Linda Ronstadt) mix with Monkees deep cuts ("Tapioca Tundra," "Propinquity") and many more for a fine tribute from one bandmate to another.

READ MORE: A Barrel Full of Mickys: 10 Classic Monkees Tracks Sung by Micky Dolenz

And of course, Mike and Micky will take their last bow as The Monkees this year with a farewell tour. Dolenz shares a little bit about what fans can expect from the planned trek, and it sounds like you won't want to miss it. Listen to the Rhino Podcast right here, or wherever you get your podcasts!

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