Micky Dolenz will honor the memories of his departed Monkees bandmates on an upcoming tour, the singer-songwriter announced on Monday. Billed as Micky Dolenz Celebrates The Monkees, the seven-date jaunt will see the last remaining Monkee celebrate the memories of Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork, and Davy Jones.

“I felt it was important to gather the fans and properly celebrate the lives of Davy, Mike and Peter,” Dolenz said in a statement. “People have been contacting me, requesting that I honor them in a way where the extraordinary impact of the Monkees can be properly acknowledged. We spent such a great deal of time together; they were like my brothers, and I want to share some of the great joy we had together.”

Dolenz will see support from a seven-piece band as he mines the Monkees’ catalog of hits. The 76-year-old multi-hyphenate will also perform his former bandmates solo songs, including Nesmith’s “Different Drum” and “Papa Gene’s Blues”, Tork’s “For Pete’s Sake” and “Can You Dig It?”, and Jones’ “(Look Out) Here Comes Tomorrow” and “Valleri”. Between songs, Dolenz will share memories of his former bandmates as well as open up his private collection of photos.

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The tour begins on April 5th at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium before traveling to Richmond, KY (4/6); Nashville, IN (4/8); Cincinnati, OH (4/9); Akron, OH (4/12); Joliet, IL (4/13); and finally wraps in Madison, WI (4/16).

Dolenz served as the voice behind many of The Monkees’ most lasting hits including “I’m A Believer”, “Last Train To Clarksville”, and “Pleasant Valley Sunday”. Rolling Stone also notes that he is the only member of the 1960s pop group to have participated in every Monkees reunion tour with the exception of a 1986 Austrian tour of just Jones and Tork.

Tickets for the Micky Dolenz Celebrates The Monkees tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Dolenz’s website.

Micky Dolenz Celebrates the Monkees Tour Dates

April 5 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
April 6 – Richmond, KY @ EKU Center For The Arts
April 8 – Nashville, IN @ Brown County Music Center
April 9 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center
April 12 – Akron, OH @ Goodyear Theater
April 13 – Joliet, IL @ Rialto Square Theatre
April 16 – Madison, WI @ Overture Center For The Arts

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