When the Monkees first appeared, as American television’s answer to the Beatles, Michael Nesmith was often characterized as the group’s John Lennon—the brooding, caustic, intellectual type. He survived the media crucible to become an under-the-radar producer, businessman, and novelist, but he never gave up songwriting and recording, and he delivers his inventive compositions in a generous country-rock style.
Mike and his band, Joe Chemay on Bass, Paul Leim on Drums and Boh Cooper on Keys, will be “breaking in the show, see if you like it, earn the promoters confidence, and see if anybody comes."
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