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The racing bug is never going to go away. It’s like the Mafia.
– Davy Jones
It used to be 65 when you went into retirement. Before that, when you got into your 50s, you were getting older.
The thing is, the reader doesn’t want to hear about bad times.
Justin Bieber stole my haircut. And Axl Rose stole my dance!
The Monkees are like the mafia. You’re in for life. Nobody gets out.
I’m well in touch with my family, my children. I keep them on my answer phone, so if I want to hear one of their voices, all I have to do is punch it up and it will be there.
Wherever I go, people still shout out: ‘Hey, hey, we’re The Monkees.’ And I never tire of that.
Groupies to me, were people who followed you around. Familiar faces who were always there, asking for autographs. We have more of those now, but they’re not sexual.
I got hate letters from girls all over America because I wouldn’t go to the prom with them.
As far as groupies, I never saw any of them.
It’s a crying shame we don’t play more parks and fairs. I would love to go right to the Chamber of Commerce or whoever they are, so that we could get involved in a different way.
The Monkees changed my life but ruined my acting career.
I’m a married man. If I want sex at this particular point in my life, I go home for it.
Once you get into something so big, people think of you in one way.
I was mad at Screen Gems, but I’m not mad at them anymore.
You know I used to be a heartthrob, and now I’m a coronary.
The only people who didn’t like The Monkees were the French, and they don’t even like themselves, so what’s the point?
The Beatles set the rules. And the rules were: now just because we have long hair doesn’t mean that we’re rebellious.
I’m so reluctant to do newspaper interviews because it’s so misleading how they interpret what you say.
And actually, about three weeks ago, Micky, Peter and I were in Vegas at the MGM Grand. And we did about 12 shows in seven days. It was quite an experience.
People ask me if I ever get sick of playing ‘Daydream Believer’ or whatever. But I don’t look at it that way. Do they ask if Tony Bennett is tired of ‘I Left My Heart in San Francisco?’
I know a lot of people in the retirement village that I have a house in in Florida that are on the Internet and are reading the paper on the Internet, and they’re communicating on the Internet.
I’m about to challenge for the Maryland Cup in the next couple of years, as an owner, a trainer, and a rider.
They want to know I’m doing good, the fans do.
My family is a part of my life and everything is all a mixture of enjoyment.
I read a whole bunch of bits and pieces over the years, obviously from the fan magazines and the rest of the stuff, and I just wanted to give a little more insight into what’s happening in my personal life.