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Founded: 1965

Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA

Website Link(s): Official Site





Band Members

  • Micky Dolenz
  • Mike Nesmith
  • Davy Jones
  • Peter Tork

Includes Members of

Band Biography

The Monkees were put together originally for the TV show of the same name, and although it was common knowledge that they didn't play instruments on the records, the members of the Monkees were accomplished musicians in and for Headquarters, they insisted on playing everything their own instruments. They released a film Head, though it was very experimental and excellent, it bombed; the folks who would have liked it didn't see it because it was the Monkees, and the folks who saw it because it was the Monkees didn't like it, because it wasn't at all like the TV show. They ended up breaking up in 1970, though they've reformed from time to time, usually without Mike Nesmith, who had a successful solo career as a solo musician and film producer, among other things.



  • The Monkees
  • More of the Monkees
  • Headquarters
  • Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, & Jones, Ltd.
  • The Birds, The Bees, & The Monkees
  • Head
  • Instant Replay
  • The Monkees Present
  • Changes
  • The Monkees Greatest Hits
  • More Greatest Hits
  • Monkee Business
  • Monkee Flips
  • Hit Factory
  • Then And Now
  • Pool It!
  • Live 1967
  • Missing Links
  • 20th Anniversary Tour Live
  • Missing Links, Volume II
  • Listen To The Band
  • Greatest Hits
  • Missing Links, Volume III
  • Justus
  • Anthology
  • Music Box
  • The Best Of The Monkees
  • Headquarters Sessions



  • "Last Train To Clarksville" / "Take A Giant Step"
  • "I'm A Believer" / "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone"
  • "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" / "The Girl I Knew Somewhere"
  • "Randy Scouse Git" / "Forget That Girl"
  • "Pleasant Valley Sunday" / "Words"
  • "Daydream Believer" / "Goin' Down"
  • "Valleri" / "Tapioca Tundra"
  • "D.W. Washburn" / "It's Nice To Be With You"
  • "The Porpoise Song" / "As We Go Along"
  • "Teardrop City" / "A Man Without A Dream"
  • "Someday Man" / "Listen To The Band"
  • "Good Clean Fun" / "Mommy And Daddy"
  • "Oh My My" / "I Love You Better"
  • "That Was Then, This Is Now" / "(Theme From) The Monkees"
  • "Heart And Soul" / "MGBGT" (live)
  • "Every Step Of The Way" / "(I'll) Love You Forever" (live)

Appears On



Mix CDs

Radio Shows

Further Reading

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

The Monkees and their Muppet Spoofs

The Monkees are a pop rock band, who were formed in 1966 for a television series of the same name, which aired from 1966 to 1968. Members of the band were Americans Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Englishman Davy Jones. The band was created to capitalize on the popularity of The Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night, and the television series would follow the adventures of the fictitious band.

The band was spoofed on Muppets Tonight as The Benedictine Monkees. Bandmember Micky Dolenz also appeared in episode 105, performing one of the band's hit songs, "I'm a Believer," with Bobo the Bear.


  • Ruth Buzzi played Mrs. Weatherspoon in "A Coffin Too Frequent" (1967)
  • James Frawley directed 28 episodes of the series and often played bit parts and voices
  • Stan Freberg played Daggett in "Monkee vs. Machine" (1966)
  • Anita Mann played a dancer in "Everywhere a Sheik, Sheik" (1967)
  • Pat Paulsen played the Secretary for the Department of UFO Information in "Monkees Watch Their Feet" (1968)
  • Olan Soule played a waiter in "Monkees Manhattan Style" (1967)

External links

  • Official site
  • IMDb
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