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The Monkees Present: The Mike and Micky Show Reviews

ConcertsContemporary PopIndie & Rock

Average customer review: 4.5 star rating (4.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 3

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5.0 star rating Mark from Denver, Colorado

OUTSTANDING SHOW

I have been a Monkees fan since Day 1 and have seen their live shows many times over the years. Last night's concert at the Paramount in Denver was the best performance by any combination of the band's members that I have seen. Not just a stroll down memory lane of their most successful hits, but an opportunity to hear some of their best material that is less familiar. Many of the songs had never been performed live prior to this tour. The music has withstood the test of time and showcased the talents of both gentlemen. The evening was a joy for any fan, but for those of us who wanted a new experience with our beloved Monkees, it was a night that will long be remembered.

3.0 star rating Susan from Phoenix, Arizona

PERFECT FOR BRANSON

More country than I expected Wish they had taken advantage of the large screen behind them on stage Expected more of a stage presence Would have liked more information on band members; not just their name; one member was related to Mick, but no more iinfo than that

5.0 star rating Jeff from Atlanta, GA

THEY TOLD US THEY'D COME BACK...

As a huge Monkees fan, what a treat it was to see Mike and Micky performing together again. I was lucky to have attended the Monkees 50th anniversary show at the Pantages Theatre in LA in Sept 2016, when Nez announced that he was done performing as a Monkee. It was also the final time that Micky, Mike and Peter performed as a trio. The thought of Nez never performing those songs again was a bummer. The original night at the Beacon was postponed due to Nez's recent illness, but the return was well worth the wait. The setlist was ideal, with Monkees standards (I'm A Believer, Pleasant Valley Sunday, Last Train to Clarksville, etc.), as well as deep cuts like St. Matthew, Auntie's Municipal Court, The Door Into Summer, and I'll Spend My Life With You. There was a nice nod to the recently departed Peter Tork. Nez even performed Joanne for good measure. Would've liked Different Drum and 9 Times Blue from the original setlist, but I saw Nez do those recently in a solo show. #InductTheMonkees

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