The Monkees Information

The Monkees is one of the American pop and rock band from Los Angeles, California. The group was formerly active from 1966 to 1971. The Monkees were founded by Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider (television producers). They were created for a television series named The Monkees (1966-1968). The television series was The Monkees are a fusion of folk-rock, country-rock, rock and roll, pop-rock, and a few more. The band faced several ups and downs but finally got reunited and active since 2010.

The current band members are Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Peter Tork, and Michael Nesmith. After the TV comedy series got canceled, the band started producing music till 1971. The group together disbanded after that but got reunited in 1986, accompanied by a series of tours and brand new records. Till now, The Monkees has sold 75+ million records across the globe, turning the band into one of the hits and biggest-selling groups.

Some of the international hits by The Monkees are the Last Train to Clarksville; I'm a Believer, Pleasant Valley Sunday, and Daydream Believer. Some of the other discographies by The Monkees are The Monkees Present, Pool It!, Justus, Good Times!, Christmas Party, and many more.

The Monkees also toured heavily including North American Tour (1966–67), Pacific Rim Tour (1968), 20th Anniversary World Tour (1986), Here We Come Again Tour (1987–88), Justus Tour (1997), An Evening with The Monkees (Fall 2012), and a few non-The Monkees tours.

The band was inducted into America's Pop Music Hall of Fame in 2014. The Monkees got honored by The Music Business Association (Music Biz) earning Outstanding Achievement Award on May 16, 2016.