Two of the leads of the biggest pop-rock acts of the 1960s discuss their lives in the limelight
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Peter Noone In Conversation with Mickey Dolenz
Peter Noone: You may know him as Herman, as in Herman’s Hermits—the ’60s pop outfit behind “I’m into Something Good,” “Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter,” and “I’m Henry the Eighth, I Am.”
Mickey Dolenz: As a member of The Monkees, the boyish drummer and singer helped define the concept of pop-rock with such singles as “I’m a Believer,” “Daydream Believer,” and “Last Train to Clarksville”
Their Conversation: They’ll share stories of their antics on- and off-stage, life in the rock ‘n roll spotlight, and their differing opinions on the spelling of the word “monkey”