The Artist Archives

Bobby Hart 

Bobby Hart…half of the duo Boyce & Hart.  Last Train to Clarksville, I’m Not Your Steppin’ Stone, Hurts So Bad, Valleri, The Monkees Theme and  I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight just to name a few hits.

Jeremy Clyde

Jeremy from the British duo “Chad & Jeremy” arrived with the British music invasion in the 1960’s.

The Cyrkle

Dean Friedman

Singer/Songwriter, Performer, Computer Game Inventor, Musical Instrument Creator, Dean Friedman does it all. One of our favorite people in the music industry. This is our recent 2 part Interview.

John Lennon sent a business card to Don Dannemann with a suggestion of a new name for the band. So they changed their name from “The Rhondells”  and became “The Cyrkle”.  Brian Epstein had become their manager and a Beatle had anointed them.  What a way to start your climb to stardom. 

Felix Cavaliere

The King Of Blue Eyed Soul


Was a Rascal and has his own singing career as Felix Cavaliere with his own beautiful style of Music.

Felix Cavaliere who helped create the Rascals. Remember Groovn’, It’s a Beautiful Morning, People Got To Be Free,Sueno, A Girl Like You, It’s Wonderful.

The Voice of…

“Sugar, Sugar”

“Leader Of The Laundromat”


“Jingle Jangle”

and so much more.

Ron Dante

Henry Diltz

Ron is the Star you didn’t know

with the voice you’ve heard on hit Songs, Commercials and

Ron’s also a Broadway producer

Nancy Nevins

“Motherless Child”

“We Could Always Say It Was Rainin”

“Day Song”

“Boroquen Heart”

“Feel So Good”

Singer of song, writer of music

Nancy’s voice is one in a million. Something the band Sweetwater discovered when she stepped out of the crowd and picked up their microphone and let the world hear her beautiful voice.

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Official Photographer for the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival.

Chip Douglas

If you love the music of "The Turtles" and "The Monkees", chances are it’s because of Chip Douglas’s producing chops. Chip added some snap and crackle to ’60s pop to make us all “Happy Together” and “Daydream Believer.”

Michael McMeel

Michael McMeel has been a rock musician in a huge band, Three Dog Night, a glittered-up character named “Turkey” on The Krofft Supershow, and is now happiest in a cowboy hat, surrounded by horses in a western setting that helps city kids discover their best selves—as Inner City Slickers. Spotlight On The Artist’s guest shares anecdotes, inspirations, and insights from a path that led from rock and roll to altruism—all with a good backbeat and an even better heartbeat.

Michael McMeel

Andrew Sandoval

Andrew Sandoval wears many hats, but first and foremost he is a fan and archivist of Sixties pop music. He also knows what it’s like to be on the stage himself, but is more in demand for his prolific skills of interviewing, producing, compiling, and cataloging almost everyone, with a special focus on The Monkees. His 2005 book The Monkees: The Day-By-Day Story is recently expanded and hot off the presses. Join us as Spotlight On The Artist finds out what makes Andrew continue to be a daydream-believer who never stops.

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