BackInBlack60 (guild knight)2016-04-15 16:33:25
Yes, she is, but it's still kind of painful & sad to look at when I live in TV Land where none of them ever age much. :(
Kranz (user)2016-04-15 16:40:57
She's aged alot better than Bonaduce.
SlimJim (user)2016-04-15 17:37:18
Never realized what a set of stems she had atop those ankles. In the same boat with you @BiB; time speeds up so much and I don't watch TV. I blink and they're 40, blink again almost 60. Same with rock stars of either gender. Hell, as cool as Keith Richards has managed to stay, both McCartney and Charlie Watts both look like a couple of old ladies.
BackInBlack60 (guild knight)2016-04-15 17:38:02
Her stepson still looks OK last I saw. Well, except for his mug shot:
SlimJim (user)2016-04-15 17:46:39
That's a big step up for me. He's one of those guys that I thought I heard he died. Maybe I was thinking of Davey Jones.
BackInBlack60 (guild knight)2016-04-15 18:07:58
Mickey Dolenz is now calling himself "Lead Singer of the Monkees" but that ain't the way *I* remember it. And notice the cruise is to Jamaica... Gimme ganja mon!
Just don't end up in Davey Jones' locker! Arrr.
@SlimJim- He (Davey Jones) *did* die a couple years back. But you can still make this event!
Elway (user)2016-04-15 19:06:40
You remember wrong. Mickey Dolenz had a much better voice than Davey Jones. According to Mike Nesmith, it was Dolenz's voice that made the Monkees' sound distinctive. Dolenz provided the lead vocals for such hits as "Last Train to Clarksville", "Take a Giant Step", "Pleasant Valley Sunday" and "I'm a Believer".
BackInBlack60 (guild knight)2016-04-15 21:00:38
Loved their music, including those you list.
@Elway- Yeah, I sorta know that; it was half-way tongue in cheek, as it was Davey Jones who got all the attention as the 'singer' with the young girls, when really about all he did was look cute & play tambourine. *At first* the only real musician in the bunch was Mike Nesmith (whose mom Bette Nesmith Graham invented Liquid Paper!), but later they all learned to play and even wanted to replace the studio musicians on 'their' albums (I probably still have a couple on vinyl!)