The Monkees Christmas Party

Friday 21st September, 2018
LOS ANGELES – The Monkees will celebrate the season with their first

holiday album, featuring new vocals by Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith,

and Peter Tork. The late Davy Jones’ unmistakable voice – taken from

vintage recordings – also appears on two songs.

CHRISTMAS PARTY will be available on CD ($15.98), digital download,

and streaming services on October 12.


1.    “Unwrap You At Christmas”

2.    “What Would Santa Do”

3.    “Mele Kalikimaka”

4.    “House Of Broken Gingerbread”

5.    “The Christmas Song”

6.    “Christmas Party”

7.    “Jesus Christ”

8.    “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day”

9.    “Silver Bells”

10.  “Wonderful Christmastime”

11.  “Snowfall”

12.  “Angels We Have Heard On High”

13.  “Merry Christmas, Baby”

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The Paley Center Celebrates NBC’s 90th Year in Primetime Special February 19th

Tuesday 14th February, 2017

Paley Center Celebrates NBC’s 90th Year In Primetime Special; Kelsey Grammer To Host

The Paley Center will pay tribute to NBC’s nine decades on the air with The Paley Center Salutes NBC’s 90th Anniversary, a special airing from 9-11 PM Sunday, February 19.
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Exciting New Vinyl Release on 7a Records!

Saturday 11th February, 2017 7a DTJ-

Live 1981 recording of Daydream Believer / I Wanna Be Free live in Japan is the first official solo release since the singer’s death in 2012                               

7A Records has announced the release of the first official Davy Jones solo recording since his passing in 2012. Available for the first time ever in this format, this limited-edition yellow 7” vinyl single features two classic Monkees tracks recorded during his now-legendary 1981 tour of Japan.
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Davy Jones – Celebration of Life Auction

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Hey Hey! We’re the Monkees!

Friday 24th April, 2015

Julien’s Auctions Announces Property From The Life and Career of Davy Jones

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Bench dedication – update!

Thursday 2nd April, 2015 CIMG0826

The Bench is our love back to David who gave us much more love, happiness and laughter!
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Tree dedication in Central Park!

Wednesday 22nd October, 2014

There will be a tree dedication in Central Park in New York on June 21st 2015.
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They made a Monkee out of me.

Wednesday 22nd October, 2014 They Made a Monkee Out Of Me

Now available as an eBook!
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Davy’s Memorial Bench.

Thursday 25th September, 2014 Caption goes in here

“Davy Jones Memorial Bench” has been set up in Shiba Park!!!
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Church property to be sold by Estate.

Monday 22nd September, 2014

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Daughters of Monkee Davy Jones to sell Pennsylvania home.

Tuesday 9th September, 2014

The four daughters of Monkees singer Davy Jones have announced that they will be selling Spruce Lawn, his tranquil home and 15.5-acre horse farm in the heart of Amish country in Beavertown, PA. Talia Jones Roston and Sarah Jones McFadden are based in California, while Jessica Jones Cramer and Annabel Jones live in England, and the family says the distance makes it difficult for them to maintain and enjoy the family home.
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