via Rolling Stone: Peter Tork on hanging out with Jimi Hendrix, the Who and the Beatles during the height of Monkeemania in 1968. Rolling Stone originally conducted this interivew with Tork in 2007 as part of its 40th anniversary issue. The complete interview, however, had never been published in its entirety until last week

Music historian and documentary writer Chuck Harter will join us on this weekend’s edition of TV Confidential, which premieres tonight on Share-a-Vision Radio KSAV and airs throughout the weekend at various times on our affiliate stations. Chuck not only wrote the acclaimed Disney Channel documentary Hey, Hey, We’re The Monkees, he interviewed Mike, Peter, Davy, Micky and just about every other key person behind the scenes of the Monkees phenomenon. Among other things, Chuck will walk us through the craziness that encapsulated the Monkees’ lives during the height of Monkeemania in 1967.

To put you in the mood for that, we bring you a link to an interview that Peter Tork gave to Rolling Stone in 2007 in which he discusses that heady period of time. Though the magazine published some of Tork’s comments as part of its 40th anniversary issue, it had never published the interview in its entirety until last week:

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/peter-tork-monkees-lost-interview-1960s-797309/

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