This winter, fans will be able to catch two musical icons in a never-before-seen setting. “Peter Noone In Conversation with Micky Dolenz” will feature both legendary artists hitting NYC-area theatres to share stories from their decades-spanning careers as members of extraordinary musical groups who sold millions of records and continue to entertain. Kicking off January 7th, the special three-night engagement has the rock and roll legends hitting Westbury, NY, Tarrytown, NY, and Montclair, NJ, to retell their rare, candid, open and honest experiences from both on and off the stage.
Actor, musician and live entertainer extraordinaire Noone headed up the classic English pop band Herman’s Hermits, who were part of the pivotal 1960s British invasion with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. He currently hosts Something Good with Peter Noone on SiriusXM and continues to perform more than 100 concerts a year.
The new year is especially notable for Dolenz, the lead singer, drummer and guitarist for the historic band The Monkees, who happen to be celebrating their 50th anniversary year in 2016. “In Conversation..” will mark the first of many celebratory events for Dolenz, who continues to tour with his sister, Coco, and split his time between national TV screens and theaters.
Subscribers of Noone’s and Dolenz’s newsletters were rewarded with exclusive pre-sale opportunities earlier this week, but tickets are on sale to the general public now, starting at $35 and available for purchase below.
“Peter Noone In Conversation with Micky Dolenz” 2016 Dates:
Thurs., January 7th — The Space at Westbury — Westbury, NY (Long Island) — TICKETS
Fri., January 8th — Tarrytown Music Hall — Tarrytown, NY — TICKETS
Sat., January 9th — Memorial Auditorium — Montclair, NJ — TICKETS
Author: Buddy Iahn
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