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Micky Dolenz

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Micky Dolenz:
The Lost Interview

In 1991, the pop icon recalled auditioning for NBC’s The Monkees. “I don't consider myself a drummer, but I do consider myself a guitar player,” he told host Robin Milling. “I had to quickly learn to play drums—and certainly played adequately for what I had to do for the band’s light pop rhythms.” Micky Dolenz also discussed his nightmare fans during the Monkees’ heyday. “They used to steal my mail, and my pets—poison my pets,” he said. “It’s been a real love-hate thing. It’s like [Stephen King’s] Misery. Remember Misery? That happens, and it’s pretty grim. It can get very, very annoying. And it got very dangerous, too.”