Micky Dolenz

Summer of Love Tour Gears Up With Micky Dolenz and Mark Lindsay

  Love specialty chocolate? Discover new ways cocoa enhances other flavors. SHOP NOW!   New York — The Summer of Love tour with MICKY DOLENZ and MARK LINDSAY officially kicks off on Friday, July 14 in San Diego. Dolenz described the tour recently on Rolling Stone Stone Radio on SiriusXM (where he relayed his Sgt. […]

Monkees’ Micky Dolenz Celebrates The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper at Sirius

Monkee Micky Dolenz, in New York Friday, celebrated The Beatles’ re-release of their watershed album Sgt. Pepper with a mammoth interview on Rolling Stone Radio via SiriusXM. Interviewed by three of the magazine’s stalwart writers, Brian Hiatt, Andy Greene and Rob Sheffield, they peppered Dolenz with questions about his visits to Abbey Road Studios when […]

The Care Concert— Helping to End Homelessness in Southern California—Micky Dolenz To Perform

The Care Concert is an All-Star Charity Event that brings awareness and action to the homelessness crisis in Southern California. Created by Kevin Wachs, cofounder of THE TRIBE, Earthly Body, Inc., and The Get Together Foundation. 100% of tickets sales will be going to benefit Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission (http://www.hopeofthevalley.org/), a leading provider of housing […]

In The Glorious Corner: NYC’s 10th Anniversary Path Fund, John Mellencamp’s Sad Clowns, Doobie Brother Michael McDonald, Jimmy Webb/Glen Campbell Tribute and More!

  G.H. Harding  PATH’s 10th — Donnie Kehr and Cori Gardner’s 10th anniversary fete for their PATH fund this past Monday night was a great event; featuring some terrific performances, highlighted by Donald Webber’s “Thugz Mansion” and “People/Eleanor Rigby” from Kennedy Caughell and Max Sangerman. Also superlative was Michael Lanning’s “Let The Good Times Roll.” […]

The Glorious Corner: FX “Feud” Over, Madonna’s Blonde Ambition, Monkee Michael Nesmith’s New Book, “Infinite Tuesday” and More!

    G.H. Harding    FEUD OVER — This past week I watched the final two installments of Ryan Murphy’s Feud on FX, which depicted the tumultuous relationship between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. I think this was one of the best things I’ve watched on the small screen since Murphy’s OJ-series. The writing was […]

The Glorious Corner: Blondie, Bill O’Reilly The Guess Who’s Burton Cummings, Netlix’s Grace and Frankie, and More!

      G.H. Harding  BLONDIE BACK — Blondie have announced their 11th studio album. Pollinator is out May 5 via BMG. It was produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sleater-Kinney, Swans) and features Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange), the Smiths’ Johnny Marr, Laurie Anderson, Charli XCX, Sia, Joan Jett, TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, […]

The Glorious Corner: Eric Clapton, Micky Dolenz, Tara Tremendous, ELO and More!

  G.H. Harding    CLAPTON SIDELINED — Under doctor’s advisement, Eric Clapton has pulled the plug on his two Los Angeles shows this weekend. Clapton was scheduled to play both Saturday and Sunday night at The Forum in what he has called the end (“I swear this is it, no more”). The dates are being […]

An Interview With Gemma “Coco” Dolenz: “Songs on My Music Stand” New Solo Show and Working With Big Bro Micky

 Performer Coco Dolenz has spent most of 2016 as a vital part of what the music media has termed the concert experience of the year—handling the background vocals for brother Micky and fellow Monkees legend Peter Tork on The Monkees’ coast-to-coast 50th Anniversary tour. She also contributed vocals to the track “Death of an Accidental Hipster” from the group’s […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Greg Allman, Hall & Oates Memoir, Jennifer Lopez/Ray Liotta “Show Shades Of Blue”, Nile Rodgers and More!

  G.H. Harding  ALLMAN NOT TO TOUR — “It has been determined that Gregg will not be touring in 2017,” explains a statement on his official website. “For those of you who purchased tickets for shows in June, contact the ticket outlet from where you purchased the tickets for a refund.” Last November, the former Allman […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Feud: Bette and Joan, Sister Sledge Member Passes, Kong: Skull Island Review , Micky Dolenz’s A Little Bit Rock & Roll Show and More!

G.H. Harding  FAMILY FEUD —  We watched the second episode of Ryan Murphy’s Feud: Bette and Joan (FX), that depicts the story of screen legends Joan Crawford and Bette Davis as they finally meet to work together on the movie Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? The overview is that the two actresses always disliked one another; more out of a […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Rising Star Tyce’s Cutting Room Debut, George Michael Cause of Death Update, Micky Dolenz and Sis Coco at Feinstein’s NYC’s 54 Below and More

G.H. Harding  TYCE’S CUTTING DEBUT-— Last night at Steve Walter’s Cutting Room in NYC was the debut performance of the album Hero by Tyce. As we’ve said, Hero is the re-imagining of the best of the Jim Steinman catalog. We were granted a special audience at their sound check in the afternoon and just marveled yet again at the work of Steinman; terrific […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Jazz Guitarist Larry Corywell Passes, BBC’s Summer of ’67, Micky Dolenz, Ryan “Gooch” Nelson and More!

  G.H. Harding CORYELL PASSES — Jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, known as the Godfather of Fusion, has died in New York City. He was 73. His publicist, Kurt Nishimura, said Coryell died Sunday in his hotel room of natural causes. He had just performed two shows at the Iridium on Friday and Saturday. Coryell grew up in the […]

Today in the Glorious Corner: Grammy Night, Adele, Ed Sheeran, Noctural Animals, R.I.P. Al Jarreauand More

    G.H. Harding  GRAMMY NIGHT — A better than usual show for sure, but it was certainly not anywhere near The Brits (the U. K.’s Grammy-show); but I think that’s more producer’s Ken Ehrlich’s tepid-handiwork more than anything else. He’s been doing this a tad too long and his expertise is waning. His idea of great TV is a duet between two […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: U2’s New Tour, The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs, Robert De Niro, Micky Dolenz in Vegas, Nonstop To Cairo and More!

  G.H. Harding  MEN OF CONSTANT SORROW — The Coen brothers are partnering with Annapurna Television on The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs, a Western anthology series, their first project for TV. Joel and Ethan Coen wrote the script, will direct and produce the project. Annapurna, headed by Megan Ellison (daughter of Larry Ellison), said it intends to pursue an innovative […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Tony Bennett, 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Pat DiNizo of The Smithereens and More!

  G.H. Harding  TONY LOVE — Watched last night’s Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet To Come at NY’s Radio City Music Hall, and just loved it. With an inspired line-up of acts (Michael Buble; Diana Krall; k.d. Lang; Andrea Bocelli; Stevie Wonder; Elton John; Bob Dylan; Lady Gaga) the program really moved. Elton, taped at his […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Clay Cole Remembered, R.I.P. Bernard Fox, Marcus Goldhaber’s Kickstarter Goal, Project Grandslam and More!

    G.H. Harding  CLAY COLE REMEMBERED — This week in 2010, the legendary Clay Cole passed away. If you’re not familiar with Cole, he was one of the premiere broadcasters on TV presenting music. Clay Cole was born Albert Rucker, Jr. on January 1, 1938, in Youngstown, Ohio. He became a stage and radio actor; then […]

Today in The Glorious Corner: Amy Schumer, Our Top 10 Albums of 2016, Long Island’s Nonstop To Cairo, and More!

G.H. Harding TOP TEN ALBUMS IN 2016 — In no particular order; here are our Top Ten of 2016: David Bowie/Blackstar; Jeff Beck/Loud Hailer; Leonard Cohen/You Want It Darker; The Monkees/Good Times!; Norah Jones; Daybreaks; Elton John; Wonderful Crazy Night; Bon Iver; 22-A Million; Paul Simon; Stranger To Stranger; James Blake; The Colour In Anything; and, Radiohead/A […]