Davy Jones

  • Born: December 30, 1945
  • Died: February 29, 2012
  • Location: Indiantown, Florida

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Musician Davy Jones attends the 43rd Annual Country Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn. Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009.

Lead singer of The Monkees dies at 66

JOHN ROGERS, The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Before there was MTV, before "American Idol" made overnight stars of people you never heard of, there was "The Monkees," a band fronted by a diminutive singer named Davy Jones who was so boyishly good looking that teenage girls swooned the first time they ever saw him.

That was at the end of the summer of 1966, when Jones and his three Monkee cohorts, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz, arrived on weekly television, portraying a carbon copy of another band called the Beatles.

Each Monday night for the next two years, people would tune into NBC to see the comical trials and tribulations of four young musicians who tooled around in a tricked-out car called the Monkeemobile. When they weren't introducing two or three new songs per show, they would be busy rescuing damsels in distress or being chased by bumbling outlaws in a comical display of slapstick that has sometimes been compared to the work of the Marx Brothers.

Although all four members handled the lead vocals during their music videos, it was Jones, the onetime child star of the British musical stage, who quickly became the group's heartthrob. With his boyish good looks and endearing British accent augmented by a strong, Broadway-trained singing voice, it was a role he would play for the rest of his life.

Jones died Wednesday of a heart attack near his home in Indiantown, Fla., just months after he, Tork and Dolenz had completed a tour marking The Monkees' 45th anniversary. He was 66.

The Monkees had been created to cash in on the Beatles' popularity, and although they never came close to achieving the critical stature of their counterparts, they did carve out a permanent niche in music as what Rolling Stone's Encyclopedia of Rock 'n' Roll has called "the first and perhaps the best of the '60s and '70s prefabricated pop groups."

Their songs were melodic, catchy, and many have endured over the years. The first two they released, "Last Train to Clarksville" and "I'm a Believer," became No. 1 hits. So did "Daydream Believer," on which Jones sang the lead and which Dolenz told The Associated Press four years ago remains the Monkees' most requested song at concerts.

"Of the four actors they hired, Davy Jones was by far the most accomplished as a singer and as a performer. He was really the perfect choice," said Rich Podolsky, author of a biography of Don Kirshner, who was "The Monkees" TV show's musical director.

Born in Manchester, England, on Dec. 30, 1945, Jones had been a child star in his native country, appearing on television and stage, including a heralded role as "The Artful Dodger" in a London production of the play "Oliver."

When the show came to Broadway, he earned a Tony nomination at age 16 for the role, a success that brought him to the attention of Columbia Pictures/Screen Gems Television, which created "The Monkees."

Hundreds of musician-actors turned out for the auditions, but the young men who became the Monkees had no idea what ultimately awaited them.

"They had an ad in the newspaper," Jones recalled on NBC's "Today Show" last year, "and then we all showed up."

When they put him together with Tork, Dolenz and Nesmith, the chemistry was obvious.

"That's it," he recalled everyone around him saying: "Magic."

At 5-feet-3 inches, he was by far the shortest member of the group — a fact often made light of on the show. But he also was its dreamboat, mirroring Paul McCartney's role in the Beatles. And as the only Briton among the four, Jones was in some ways the Monkees' direct connection to the Beatlemania still strong in the U.S. when the TV show made its debut.

In August 1966, the Beatles performed in San Francisco, playing their last live set for a paying audience. The same month, the Monkees released their first album, introducing the group to the world. The show would debut the following month.

It was a shrewd case of cross-platform promotion. As David Bianculli noted in his "Dictionary of Teleliteracy," ''The show's self-contained music videos, clear forerunners of MTV, propelled the group's first seven singles to enviable positions of the pop charts: three number ones, two number twos, two number threes."

The Monkees would soon come under fire from music critics, however, when it was learned that session musicians — and not the group's members — had played the instruments on their recordings. They were derided as the "Prefab Four," an insulting comparison to the Beatles' nickname, the "Fab Four."

In reality, Jones could play the drums and guitar. Although Dolenz, the group's drummer on the show, only learned to play that instrument after he joined the Monkees, he also could play guitar.

Nesmith played guitar and wrote numerous songs, both for the Monkees and others. Tork, who played bass and keyboards on the TV show, was a multi-instrumentalist.

The group eventually prevailed over the show's producers, including Kirshner, and began to play their own instruments. Regardless, they were supported by enviable talent.

Carole King and Gerry Goffin wrote "Pleasant Valley Sunday," and Neil Diamond penned "I'm a Believer." Musicians who played on their records included Billy Preston, who later played with the Beatles, Glen Campbell, Leon Russell and Ry Cooder.

If the critics didn't initially like them, the group's members had admirers among their fellow musicians.

"The Monkees were such a sensation that it was a thrill for me to have them record some of my early songs," Neil Young tweeted Wednesday.

Frank Zappa even appeared on an episode of the show, disguised as Nesmith for a bit in which he pretended to interview Nesmith, who was disguised as Zappa.

Jimi Hendrix opened for the group during part of its 1967 concert tour. He left early, however, in part because fans kept chanting Jones' name during his sets.

Eventually, even the critics would come around, with Rolling Stone's rock encyclopedia acknowledging that the Monkees made "some exceptionally good pop records."

After the TV show ended, Jones continued to tour with the group for a time, sometimes playing the drums at concerts when Dolenz came up front to sing.

"He was one of the funniest men and most talented I have ever known," Tork said in an interview Wednesday night.

Although the group would eventually break up over creative differences, it would reunite periodically over the years for brief tours, usually without Nesmith.

In 1987, Jones, Tork, and Dolenz reformed to record the album, "Pool It," and in 1996 all four of the Monkees got back together for the album "Justus" and a TV movie "Hey, Hey, It's The Monkees!" The film, directed by Nesmith, featured them once again tooling around in the Monkeemobile.

"David's spirit and soul live well in my heart, among all the lovely people," Nesmith said in a statement Wednesday.

For "Justus," the quartet's last recording, the four made a point of playing every instrument themselves, in part to prove that they could.

Although the Monkees received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1989, one honor that has eluded the group was induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For years, supporters have circulated petitions demanding that the group be included.

Jones, meanwhile, continued to perform, both with and without the Monkees. In recent years, he appeared from time to time on television and stage, as well as in concert with a band of his own.

It was on the stage, he said, that he truly felt comfortable.

"Even today, I have an inferiority complex," he told the Daily Mail in an interview last year. "I always feel I'm there at the window, looking in. Except when I'm on stage, and then I really come alive."

He is survived by his wife, Jessica Pacheco, and four daughters from previous marriages.

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Contributing to this report were Associated Press writers Matt Sedensky, Nekesa Mumbi Moody, Frazier Moore and Hillel Italie.

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MATT SEDENSKY, The Associated Press

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Davy Jones, the diminutive heartthrob who rocketed to the top of the 1960s music charts by beckoning millions of adoring fans with the catchy refrains of The Monkees, died Wednesday. He was 66.

His publicist, Helen Kensick, confirmed that Jones died of a heart attack near his home in Indiantown. Jones complained of breathing troubles early in the morning and was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, said Rhonda Irons, spokeswoman for the Martin County Sheriff's Office.

In a 911 call released Wednesday night, an unidentified woman anxiously pleads, "Ambulance, please, hurry!" His home was about 27 miles from the hospital and a fire rescue unit rushed him to the hospital.

Jones' moppish long hair, boyish good looks and his British accent endeared him to legions of screaming young fans after "The Monkees" premiered on NBC in 1966 as a made-for-TV band seeking to capitalize on Beatlemania sweeping the world.

Aspirations of Beatles-like fame were never fully achieved, with the TV show lasting just two years. But The Monkees made rock 'n' roll history as the band garnered a wide American following with love-struck hits such as "Daydream Believer" and "I'm a Believer" that endure to this day.

Born in Manchester, England, on Dec. 30, 1945, Jones became a child star in his native country who appeared on television and stage, including a heralded role as "The Artful Dodger" in the play "Oliver."

He earned a Tony nomination at 16 when he reprised that role in the show's Broadway production, a success that brought him to the attention of Columbia Pictures/Screen Gems Television, which created The Monkees. Hundreds turned out for auditions, but the young men who became The Monkees had no idea what ultimately awaited them.

"They had an ad in the newspaper," Jones recalled on NBC's "Today Show" last year, "and then we all showed up."

"The Monkees" was a band clearly patterned on the Beatle's film "A Hard Days Night," chronicling the comic trials and tribulations of a rock group whose four members lived together and traveled to gigs in a tricked-out car called the Monkeemobile. Mike Nesmith, Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz starred with him. Each part was loosely created to resemble one of the Beatles.

At 5-feet-3 inches, Jones was by far the shortest member of the group — a fact often made light of on the show. But he also was its dreamboat, mirroring Paul McCartney's role in the Beatles. As the only Briton among the four, Jones was in some ways The Monkees' direct connection to Beatlemania, which was still strong in the U.S. when the TV show made its debut.

In August 1966, the Beatles performed in San Francisco, playing their last live set for a paying audience. The same month, The Monkees released their first album, introducing the group to the world.

The first single, "Last Train to Clarksville," became a No. 1 hit. The TV show caught on quickly with audiences, featuring fast-paced, helter-skelter comedy inspired as much by the Marx Brothers as the Beatles.

It was a shrewd case of cross-platform promotion.

"The show's self-contained music videos, clear forerunners of MTV, propelled the group's first seven singles to enviable positions of the pop charts: three number ones, two number twos, two number threes," David Bianculli noted in his "Dictionary of Teleliteracy."

Yet after the show's launch, The Monkees came under fire from music critics when it was learned that session musicians — and not the group's members — had played the instruments on their recordings. They were derided as the "Prefab Four," an insulting comparison to the Beatles' nickname, the "Fab Four."

In reality, Jones could play the drums and guitar, and although Dolenz learned to play the drums after he joined the group, he also could play guitar, as could Nesmith.

Nesmith also wrote several of The Monkees' songs, as well as songs for others. Tork, who played bass and keyboards on the TV show, was a multi-instrumentalist.

The group eventually prevailed over the show's producers, including music director Don Kirshner, and began to play their own instruments. Regardless, the group was supported by enviable talent.

Carole King and Gerry Goffin wrote "Pleasant Valley Sunday," and Neil Diamond penned "I'm a Believer." Musicians who played on their records included Billy Preston, who later played with the Beatles, Glen Campbell, Leon Russell, Ry Cooder and Neil Young.

Young tweeted Wednesday that he was saddened by Jones' death.

"The Monkees were such a sensation that it was a thrill for me to have them record some of my early songs," he added.

The group also released the 1968 film "Head," derided at the time as a psychedelic mishmash notable only for an appearance by Jack Nicholson. It has since come to be considered a cult classic by Monkees fans.

After two seasons, the TV series had flared out and was canceled after 58 episodes in the summer of 1968. But The Monkees remained a nostalgia act for decades. Jones maintained that the stage was the only place he truly felt at home.

"Even today, I have an inferiority complex," he told the Daily Mail in an interview last year. "I always feel I'm there at the window, looking in. Except when I'm on stage, and then I really come alive."

After the TV show ended, Jones continued to tour with the other Monkees for a time, sometimes playing the drums at concerts when Dolenz came up front to sing.

Many also remember Jones from a widely seen episode of "The Brady Bunch" that aired in 1971, in which he makes an appearance at Marcia Brady's school dance. In the episode, Marcia Brady, president of her school's Davy Jones Fan Club, promised she could get him to appear before her classmates.

The group eventually broke up over creative differences, although it did reunite from time to time for brief tours over the years, usually without Nesmith.

In 1987, Jones, Tork, and Dolenz recorded a new album, "Pool It." And two years later, the group received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. On Wednesday, flowers were placed on Jones' own Hollywood star nearby as fans mourned.

All four of the Monkees came together for a 1996 album, "Justus," and a subsequent TV movie "Hey, Hey, It's The Monkees!" that saw them still living in the same house and still traveling in the Monkeemobile — just like old times.

Tork spoke of his former bandmate in an interview Wednesday night, saying "He was one of the funniest men and most talented I have ever known."

In a statement, Nesmith said: "David's spirit and soul live well in my heart, among all the lovely people."

Jones, who is survived by his wife Jessica Pacheco and four daughters from previous marriages, continued to make appearances on television and stage later. But it was the fame of The Monkees that pulled him back to that era time and time again. On his website, he recalled during auditions for the show when all four men finally were put together in a scene.

"That's it," he recalled everyone around him saying: "Magic."

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Contributing to this report were Associated Press writers Nekesa Mumbi Moody, Frazier Moore and Hillel Italie in New York, Mike Gracia in Washington and John Rogers in Los Angeles.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Candle

Sweet Davy RIP Love and Miss You Still! You left a Mark in everyone's Heart of those who loved you and will always be my Favorite Daydream...

Posted by Sylvia Robles - New York, NY   July 13, 2020

I really loved you Davy. I had a big crush on you for years. I had a chance to meet you & Micky with other fans at the Hook & Ladder Club in Toronto Canada in the early eighties. I didn't know this obituary was here but I am glad I found it. I loved your smile & you were a wonderful entertainer. I miss you very much! Please rest in peace with God & the angels. Hopefully connect with you again. RIP Sweetheart!

Posted by Joan ELLIOTT - Burnaby, BC - friend   June 09, 2020

Candle

Rest In Peace Davy. Your music will live on forever. You will live in the hearts of your fans forever. God bless. R.I.P.

Posted by Robert Rodi - Chepachet, RI   April 26, 2020

My sister passed in 2008 but one of her favorite memories was meeting her teenage throb Davy Jones in NYC. Condolences Davy!

Posted by Deborah Mazurski - Gibsonton, FL   March 07, 2020

Always had the dream of meeting him someday and just be friends, but knew that would never happen, but now I wish I had. Miss you like a friend. RIP. Love you.

Posted by Sandra Ginter - Lancaster, NY   February 26, 2020

Candle

Davy, you will always be my first love. Your memory will live on in the hearts of your fans.

Posted by CRYSTAL BORDERS - KY   December 18, 2019

I remember I saw you in a shopping center in Phila I almost fainted Very hot day Ill never forget you Love Pam

Posted by Pam Thornton - Philadelphia, PA - friend   October 17, 2019

So sorry for your loss rip Davy we love and miss you

Posted by A friend   July 22, 2019

Candle

Thank You, Yours Forever...

Posted by A friend   April 19, 2019

Candle

Davy you were my first crush . I met you a couple of times. You were so down to earth and sweet . Rest with the angels . I will miss you Manchester cowboy .

Posted by Dixie Williams - Philadelphia, PA - Friend   February 22, 2019

I had the biggest crush on Davy.
Who didn't! I watched his show and listened to his music religiously.
I saw him in concert and it was awesome.
Still missing you lots Davy!
Xo
Hydi

Posted by A friend   April 23, 2018

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Posted by Carlos - JaXrc2zri2L2, MD - rZQSaEMva   November 10, 2015

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Magic in Heaven Mr Jones,I will always be a BELIEVER. Thank you for the good times.

Posted by Linda - Glen Burnie, MD   October 24, 2015

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This is the 40th anniversary of "Daydream Believer" but I am been a Daydream Did Not Want to Believe the news of your passing until a wonderful friend of mine forced me to accept it and "unblock" my pea brain. I should have faced the truth and gone to Florida for the service. But I have memories in my heart which will be alive forever. Stand taller in Heaven and sing with the angels forever. Rest in Peace David Thomas Jones and I will see you on the other side. xx

Posted by Rhonda Hunter - High Point, NC - Friend   March 09, 2015

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Posted by Cassie - 18Xl4i2b, CT - dzbcIHu4F   December 30, 2014

Now that's sulbte! Great to hear from you.

Posted by Torie - C83B3V0E, ID - ic6TpfRG   December 29, 2014

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Posted by Erza - wWuu7TAnQuL, MD - vWD8vCfde   December 29, 2014

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I can't believe it's been 2.5 years now since David has left us. I miss him so much. David will never ever be for gotten and will always be loved and remembered for ever. I lost a good friend R.I.P. my love.

Posted by Linda Brophy - Indian Orchard, MA - friend   September 18, 2014

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Posted by laura skinner - painesville, OH - fan   February 27, 2014

it's been 2 years now and i still miss you rip davy

Posted by laura skinner - painesville, OH - fan   February 27, 2014

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Rest in Peace dear Davey - you were my 1st love. I'll always remember you and carry you in my heart for all times. Hope to see you in heaven someday where we'll both be 'Daydream Believers'......

Posted by Kim Harris Lewschin - Van Nuys, CA - admirer   November 06, 2013

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Posted by laura skinner - painesville, OH - a fan   August 07, 2013

RIP davy will always love you.your in my heart forever

Posted by laura skinner - painesville, OH - a fan   August 07, 2013

RIP DAVY JONES MY PARENT'S GREW UP LISTING TO YOUR MUSIC BUT NOT MUCH MY SELF I WASENT BORN UNTIL NOV OF 1981 BUT HEARD SOME BUT NOT ALL YOUR GREAT MUSIC DAVY JONES MAY YOU BE FOREVER MISSED IN EVERY ONE THAT GREW UP LISITING TO YOU AND MAY PRAY GOES OUT TO YOUR FAMILY AS WELL. AMEN

Posted by RONALDJOHNVLKJR - CICERO, IL   April 27, 2013

What a Fine Testament to a Good man. David thomas Jones/ Davy Jones, your were without a doubt a Natural beauty of a Man inside and out. The Straightest, Natuarally White Teeth, with the most heartwarming smile, and welcoming laughter. Along with that Angelic face and English Accent God gave us our Heart Trob from Heaven. Never boastful, always gracious, never quit to entertain us anywhere, anytime. You sir were selfless, giving all so much of your life to us, and I Thank You. Your Fan's missed you when you passed and are still missing you to date. I read something good about you daily. Our youth long for you now. You truly did leave a legacy and you are not finished with us yet, you are still filling our hearts and ears with your love. If we miss you this much just imagine how your familiy misses you. God Blessed You Mr. Jones and in turn you Blessed Us.

Posted by Nanete King - Valdosta, GA - Friend   January 03, 2013

Candle

I still miss you everyday. You inspired me to pick up the tambourine and begin playing. I feel that you are right here with me every weekend while I watch The Monkees on Antennae TV, giving me a tambourine lesson as I watch you play on the show with Micky, Mike, and Peter. I saw the guys in concert last month for my parents' 25th wedding anniversary and they were phenomenal; you would have been proud of those three. Not a day goes by in my house without thinking of you. My heart is still filled with love for you. My Mom and Dad still miss you too. Dad and I listen to Daydream Believer at night before bed sometimes, which I also have as my cell phone ringtone/alarm. It makes me feel good and happy to hear your voice and to still see your face on TV. I know you are up there singing for my grandmother as today is her birthday. This is our first Christmas without you here, it won't be the same for many fans for years to come. As the song says, "Merry Christmas Darling!" RIP. I love you Davy!

Dara Roberts, friend and biggest fan, Philadelphia, PA
Dec 17, 2012

Posted by Dara Roberts - Philadelphia, PA - Friend/Fan   December 18, 2012

When Davy Jones sang Daydream Believer it brung a tear to my eyes and now that hes gone that has become my wedding song for me and fiancee. May you forever sing in the heavens Davy and rest in eternal peace I Love You Davy Jones

Posted by Sherrie Leedon - Hellertown, PA - friend   September 05, 2012

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When I was very small, and had just lost my Dad, I had no male role models other than my uncles and my beloved grandfather. Then along comes this charming lad from across the pond to light up the television screens and sing his way into a million hearts. One of them was mine.
It hurts to know he's gone, but it comforts me to know that he loved the Lord and left so much joy, happiness, love and kindness in his wake. Ave atque vale, David. Thank you for everything. May the Lord comfort everyone who knew and continues to love and miss you, and everyone who loves and misses you besides.

Posted by Jill Robinson - admirer   May 05, 2012

Candle

Our loss is heaven's gain. I suppose God wanted his comedian back. Keep them rolling up there, Davy! You will be sorely missed.

Posted by Mary - Fan   May 05, 2012

Davy was a great guy, it didnt mattervwhat the color of your skin was, whether you were male or female, or were a Brit or Yankee, he was a humble, generous and kind cat. He worked with everybody and although the tv producers nade the group up, they could sing FOR REAL, i was there. Sad that the good ones die so young, but the creator has him singing up in heaven with the others. Peace brother, and God bless you and your family.

Posted by B. Taylor - new haven, CT - friend   April 19, 2012

Here we are in April already, and it felt like it was just yesterday that I was so very shocked to hear about the passing of David. I still feel the sadness of losing someone who was so much a part of my life. I will never forget you...

C.A. from T.R.

Posted by CINDY ANDREWS - TOMS RIVER, NJ   April 02, 2012

I remember my first rock record was "Headquarters" - played it constantly!! Also got my ad into "Tiger Beat" magazine looking for Monkee penpals - and did I ever get tons of them!! These were great times for me; all I could be was a daydream believer - but Davy Jones and the Monkees music/show got me thru some dark times in my childhood. Will never forget you Davy.

Posted by JMS - Boston, MA - Fan   March 18, 2012

Candle

I just bought the new people magazine with Davy Jones on the front cover and inside on pages 68 - 72. What a wonderful article. It could have only been better if the whole magazine was about him and the monkees.If I were young still, I'd hang the pictures on my wall, but since I'm older, I'll treasure the magazine. I still can't believe he's gone. He was always special. I hope his wife Jessica finds comfort in her memories and I hope the family stays close to her to help her through all of this. To all of his daughters and his wife, he was a great guy. We all loved him and always will. Take comfort in knowing he's singing with the angels. God Bless You All. Love & Prayers, Linda

Posted by Linda Collier - Fan   March 14, 2012

My teen years The Monkees were my stepping stone. I love to watch them not only for their music but their Max Brothers type comedy. They had you laughing and dancing to the music at the same time.

Posted by Sissy (McDonald) Workman - Columbus, OH - Fan   March 12, 2012

Candle

May the perpetual light shine upon you..Rest in peace

Posted by Malou - Fan   March 10, 2012

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Prayers and condolences to Davy's family and friends

Thank you Davy for the joy you brought to the world

Posted by Tammy - Long time fan   March 10, 2012

Candle

Davy was my very first crush. The 1st Monkees episode I ever saw was "Success Story" and fell in love with Davy instantly...he wasn't the only one with stars in his eyes, i got them every time I saw Davy. Davy (and the Monkees) got me thru a lot of days when life just wasn't going my way. They still bring a smile to my face, they still make me laugh and when I hear them sing, it makes me feel young again (even just for a moment lol). I love you Davy! You will be greatly missed xxoo

Posted by Kelly Canney    March 10, 2012

Candle

Davy Jones-just his name brings back fond
memories.The boy that got all the girls.The
boy that would flash his eyes,his smile,and
that distintive voice,that would drive the
girls crazy.Along with Micky, Peter, Mike,
aka.The Monkees,rocked the world. You will
always be in our hearts.Now God has called
you to sing in heaven. Yes, I remember Davy Jones,with tears in my eyes.Thank you,Davy.

Posted by Dan Livock - A REALLY BIG FAN!   March 09, 2012

Candle

I had not thought of you guys in a long time, but I have been singing Daydream Believer, looking at Antenna TV's Monkees reruns, and looking at photos of you all week. Rest in Peace. You gave me a lot of happiness as a young girl.

Posted by Brenda Moore    March 09, 2012

Candle

i will miss your smile and your laughter and all your goofing a round from the Monkees i am the bigger fans in the world i no i was waay to young when you started the monkees i wish i was a bit older so i no a lot more a bout Davy i no he a priv man my heart broke when i heard the news it is so hard for me to cope with it i feel like im in love with him i don.t cared what anyone say to me and a bout me i loooooove him sooooooo much i wish i met him i never did couse he was there and im over in canada ont darn it all

Posted by Rhonda    March 09, 2012

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Hey,hey I'm a Monkee fan Mickey was #1 but I loved all of them.Saddened by your sudden death and will miss the twinkle of your eyes. What great fun it was over the years Thank You!!!

Posted by Cecelia Phillips - fan   March 09, 2012

Candle

It is still hard to imagine that Davy is gone. So very sad & still in a state of shock. I feel blessed that I was able to see David in concert with the Monkees & his solo shows & extremely blessed to have gotten to meet him several times. He will always be sadly missed & memories cherished.

Posted by Terri Marquis    March 09, 2012

Candle

I have such fond memories of the monkees, when I hear their music, or watch their t.v. show, it brings a smile to my face, it makes me happy and wish that I was a teenager in that era, to see them perform in concert in the late 60's. I became a fan of theirs during the mtv revival in the 80's and traveled around to many places to see them in concert,and meet them in person. I feel like I am Marcia Brady when I would see him. He was the consumate showman, the personification of who everyone thought he "Davy Jones" was. R.I.P. Davy, you have left your imprint on the world and millions of hearts. I am still saddened and cry. I had a dream that felt so real, I woke up crying. I wish I could remember what you said to me, but you pinched my cheek and to me, that was you saying goodbye personally! You will be missed by the world and were far to young to pass.

Posted by Christine Stone - fan   March 09, 2012

Candle

When I was twelve,I ironed shirts for 2 months to buy tickets for my whole family to see the Monkees in Miami on their first tour. that was the only way I was allowed to go. I would have ironed shirts for the rest of my life if I had too. Just being in the same room with my one true love, Davy Jones, was the best thing that had ever happened in my young life. Now my heart is broken. We have lost such a radiant being. Love you forever, Davy. My heart goes out to your family.

Posted by Nancy Mattice - fan for life   March 09, 2012

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I grew up watching the monkees in the 80's I watched faithfully everyday it wuz a big part of my childhood as I grew older I really began to appreciate the music Davy wuz a great performer and everytime I watched he had such a stage presense and wuz also very fan oriented I wuz not fortunete to be able to see him live lI will always rember the music good bye Davy u will always be rememered

Posted by Amber    March 09, 2012

Candle

I lost a piece of my childhood that awful day you passed away. I can't imagine a world without you in it. You gave so many special gift that will live on long after your gone. I have many special memories of meeting you. The one that will remain with me always, the night you bought me my first Tia Maria...

Posted by Lisa Brathwaite - fan   March 09, 2012

Candle

May God Bless You. I have great memories of being little and listening to the Monkeys. We the public share in your grief at this time. My thoughts go out to his family. My Sincere Condolences.

Posted by Tanya S - A Fan   March 09, 2012

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Like many others, I grew up watching a young Davy Jones on television with the Monkees. My best friend and I actually came to be best friends because of the Monkees. We had a common bond with them, and would take turn at a chance to "kiss the tv screen" when Davy appeared in the opening and closing credits! RIP Davy! You will be forever missed. Our loss is most definitely Heaven's gain!

Posted by Zofia Williams - Fan   March 09, 2012

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My prays go out to the family of the Late Davy Jones R.I.P.

Posted by Ruby    March 08, 2012

My fondest memory of Davy Jones was the summer I turned 16. He was my favorite singer at the time and I was crazy about the Monkees. I remember entering a contest to win a date with him, probably through a teen magazine. Needless to say, I didn't win, but I was thrilled with the idea that there was even the slimmest possiblity I could. What a fun rush of feelings! Then many years later, I got to see a reunion of the band here in Cleveland. Great concert and full of memories.
Davy, may you rest in peace. You will be missed.

Posted by Kathy Adams - Madison, OH - a fan   March 08, 2012

Davy was like an uncle to me. I have many happy memories of visiting him in Beavertown when I was a kid, hanging out and laughing at the kitchen table, playing with the cats that were always running around, and spending time with the horses. One time he took us for a ride in one of the old buggies. He had a way of being animated and excited about everything that was truly inspiring. You will be missed greatly <3>

Posted by Jade    March 07, 2012

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May you always be a Daydream Believer. RIP Davy, I will always be grateful to you and The Monkees for being there when I was a teenager. You made so many people happy. God Bless you, your family and friends, especially Mickey, Peter and Mike.

Posted by Kim Cheezum - fan   March 07, 2012

Losing davy jones is like losing a a part of my childhood, a memory that is there, but not is bright as it was, though I know it will never fade away. I could always listen to The Monkees and know he was out there still melting hearts. Will the world ever stop crying? The only thing that makes it somewhat bearable is I believe that he is singing in Heaven's choir with the other great singers who have passed on and with the angels. It never gets any easier, but I wish his family,every day full of wonderful memories, one in many being that the world loved and adored him. God Bless them all. Rest In Peace Davy Jones! You'll never be forgotten!

Posted by Linda - Hamilton, OH - fan   March 07, 2012

My thoughts and prayers go out to Davy's family and friends. Even though I never met him, he and the Monkees have been such a big part of my life. What joy Davy gave to so many throughout his journey! Rest in Peace and I will always be a Daydream Believer!

Posted by Barb Murphy - Yorkville, IL - Fan   March 07, 2012

Truly so sorry that you passed but you will one day return, only you don't know it yet...

Posted by Beth M - fan   March 07, 2012

isaw davy in the play grease and have always be a fan of his rest in peace davy you will be missed g

Posted by terri - waukesha, WI - fan   March 07, 2012

I was very young and Davy was my favorite. You will be missed, But never forgotten.

Posted by Jeannette Castaneda - Tustin, CA - Loved the Monkeys-Davey Jones   March 06, 2012

I had such a crush on him as a preteen! Now I share my memories with my teen daughter when we watch "The Monkees" on MyTV. Thanks for all the laughs and the music!

Posted by SRB - VA - Fan   March 06, 2012

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another piece of my past slips away. I enjoyed the days when I'd turn on one of my favorite tv shows the monkey's, davy was my fav and to me the cutest, he carried his good looks and charm til the end. he will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace my friend...

Posted by B Decerbo - fan   March 06, 2012

My first crush. There was no one like Davy Jones. Loved his singing, and that British accent! But, it was his warmth of heart that was special. I will never forget the Monkees club three of us in the neighborhood made of one of our backyard playhouses. Thank you do much for the lovely songs...lovely memories. I'm a Believer!

Posted by Christine James - Columbia, SC - Fan   March 06, 2012

I saw the Monkees in concert at the no longer existent Houston Coliseum in 1968. It's a wonderful memory and I'll always be a Daydream Believer. Thanks Davey.

Posted by Linda Lundgren    March 06, 2012

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I STARTED WATCHING THE MONKEES IN 1971,WHEN I WAS SIX. I'VE WATCHED THE EPISODES I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY TIMES, AND I STILL WATCHED THE MONKEES MARATHON ON ANTENNA TV. I HAVE THIER MUSIC IN MY COMPUTER. AND JUST LIKE ALL THE OTHER LADIES I TOO HAD A BIG CRUSH AND STILL CAN'T BELIEVE HE IS GONE. RIP DAVY

Posted by TONYA - FAN   March 06, 2012

Loved the Monkees. I had a Monkees Lunchbox in Third Grade and I loved that thing. I loved the Music and I had the biggest crush on Peter (The quiet one)...I'm shocked and saddened at the sudden death of Davy...Such great memories.

Posted by Stacey - Downey, CA - Fan of the Monkees   March 06, 2012

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saw davy in atlantic city ,some 40 yr ago. got his autograph, and kept the pen he signed it with,one of the joys of my teenage yrs. rest in peace,your friend debbie

Posted by debbie f - fan   March 06, 2012

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Thank you Davy for all the great music and fantastic memories. You will be missed here on this earth, but never forgotten. xox

~Arlene

Posted by Arlene Johnson - Fan and Friend   March 06, 2012

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I always have been a fan and I always will be.

Posted by Barbara    March 06, 2012

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always been a Monkee fan and was totally saddened at Davy's sudden death. The Monkees were the first concert I ever went to. I was only in 3rd grade! what an experience! will miss him dearly!!

Posted by valerie - forever fan   March 06, 2012

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You will be missed.I grew up watching the Monkees. Will be praying for your family.

Posted by Cynthia - a fan   March 06, 2012

i was born in 66 the monkees were on tv in 66 davy died at 66 i did not know him but i will miss him rest in peace

Posted by chrisst - norwood, OH - fan   March 06, 2012

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I sm in shock over the passing of Davy Jones. I had all the Monkee albums, and pictures on my bedroom wall. I even had a pair of red Monkee boots (shoes). I met Davy when I was about 14 yrs old but didn't get to see the Monkees perform until I was in my late 30s. A memory I will never forget. It was like being 12 all over again. R.I.P Mr. Jones, you will be missed and remembered always...

Posted by Elaine - forever fan   March 06, 2012

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Now that I am soon to be 58 years old this year I seen the Monkees in person she I was just in grade school. Saved my babysitting money just to go. Always had a crush on him still do. It is a shame that he had to go as such an early age.

Beverly Campbell

Posted by Beverly Campbell - Fan   March 06, 2012

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"I loved you then. I love you now" I've thought about you on and off through the years. You were never far from my heart.
Thanks for so many memories.

Posted by Mary Alice    March 06, 2012

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i love you davy i never met you but i know your cool

Posted by christina - none   March 06, 2012

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I lOVE YOU DAVY.. RIP

Posted by Diane - fan   March 06, 2012

I want to say thanik you for the memories you gave me through the years I will always cherish them forever. I hope you are still singing and dancing in heaven you will be missed umanchester cowboy.

Posted by catherine conklin - philadelphia, PA - fan   March 06, 2012

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To David....You will never be truly gone thanks to all the music & memories you have given us!!!

To Jessica ...You will be thought about often. You made David's last years Loving & Happy ones, for that I will be forever THANKFUL & GRATEFUL TO YOU!

Posted by Marylu Russell - Deeply Devoted Fan   March 06, 2012

I rembered the monkies in the early 1970s,But the best memory came from the Brady Bunch.I love that episode,Every since I saw it.TV doesnt make shows like that anymore.The best shows are from the 1970s

Posted by tyler petty - Hillsborough, NC - Fan   March 06, 2012

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You will be missed Davy Jones!

Posted by Andi T - Fan   March 06, 2012

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I might not have been born when the Monkees were big; however, many say I am older at heart. I have loved the Monkees since I was a kid (the first concert I went to was their reunion concert here in Orlando, FL, with my Daddy, who passed away the same way Davy did when he was 60).I spent all this past weekend watching the marathon they held on Antenna tv. I teared up so many times, I couldn't believe it. I know as I get older, those who were mentors & who I respected are going to start leaving this world & ascend into heaven. I pray for his family.....and I leave with this note: Davy Jones is a respected man whose voice was like an angel. All my love, Jenn

Posted by JENN - Admirer   March 06, 2012

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I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU. A FAN SINCE I WAS 9 YEARS OLD. YOU WERE MY FIRST LOVE.

HELEN

Posted by helen - fan, fan, fan   March 05, 2012

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I didn't know Davy personally, although I did get to meet him a couple of times. He was a part of my life for 26 years, and I feel like I've lost a friend. Davy was so many things to so many people, and my life is a little less bright with his passing. I will always love him and I miss him very much.

Posted by Julie Haravay    March 05, 2012

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Iam very saddened to hear about " The Monkees " band member Davy Jones. I grew up watching Davy Jones and the Monkees on tv. I even have there albums. I saw them in concert at Jones Beach back in 1989, and was so looking forward to hopefully see them again. Davy is now with the angels. He will always be remembered. My prayers and thoughts are with his family.

A Fan For Many Years,
Susanne Curro

Posted by Susanne Curro - a great fan   March 05, 2012

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Davy, I can't believe your gone. I was ten when I decided I was going to marry you. I never even got to meet you but I think anybody that watched you knew you. You were much loved and you are missed. Can't stop crying.

Posted by Mimi - Fan   March 05, 2012

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I know Davy is already in HEAVEN,but i also know that he can feel our love and our prayers,andI would like to tell him that I miss him greatly. I LOVE YOU from the bottom of my heart and soul. LOVE MONKEE (Nashville)

Posted by sharon swetman (Nashville) - FRIEND   March 05, 2012

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The Monkees were my Beatles. I grew up watching thier show and felt they were (and are) a part of my family. Davy will be sorely missed and the world will never be the same. Rest easy my friend, a new adventure awaits you now. Go teach God how to be "groovy". :)

Posted by michelle swartzlander - fan   March 05, 2012

sincere sympathy to your family. your talents and music will never be forgotten in my heart. so young to leave this world, your fans will miss you terribly as i was also 1 of them and just loved your music. RIP DAVY JONES. love sue

Posted by sue lewindon - wyndham vale vic australia - davy jones fan   March 05, 2012

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Rest In Peace Davy.....a part of my youth died with you.....

Posted by Linda    March 05, 2012

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Will miss you. Too young to leave us.

Posted by Nancy Regan - fan   March 05, 2012

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God bless him for helping make my childhood wonderful. Thank you Davy, Rest in peace.

Posted by Loxi Loray Wyndle    March 05, 2012

I seen Davy at The Chippewa Fair abut 5 yrs. ago. when I was in the autograph line, they were performing their last song. I began playing my tambourine, along with him. Davy & his band had watched me closely! When I reached him for his autograph & picture, he asked me where I learned to play & that I had great rythum & perfect timing! i said I learned on my own. He was truly amazed & then he signed my red tambourine! (we also had pictures taken together!) I will cherish tat Special Moment forever & my tambourine also! He sure was a great guy, so down to earth & sincere I'm probably the only gal in Wis. that has a tambourine signed by him! My heart goes out to his friends & family!
Rhonda Burich

Posted by Rhonda Burich - cadott, WI - aquaintance   March 05, 2012

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I was 12 when the Monkees first came on TV.I fell in love with Davy at first sight.I've only been to 2 of his concerts, WOW what a fantastic performer he was. He had such a sense of humor,and so much energy.When he left us i felt like part of my childhood went with him.What a GIFT God shared with us. Gone too soon!

Posted by Vickie Broyles - fan   March 05, 2012

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Rest In Peace. You will be missed by many.

Posted by Stacy - fan   March 05, 2012

This is too sad for words. Love, Cassie

Posted by cassie - Williamsport, PA - friend   March 05, 2012

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The first time I heard that beautiful voice of Davy Jones was on a Brady Bunch episode and I just fell in love with him and his voice. His voice could make a sad day a better day and watching him on the Monkees could make a rainy day a happy day. The world has lost one of the last of the best.

Posted by Tina Marie Rhodes    March 05, 2012

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We were given great preformer but God took a star!

Posted by Evelyn Dunn - Devoted Fan   March 05, 2012

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My Heart and Prayers go out to the family. I was so sorry to hear this news. I grew up the "The Monkeys". Words are so hard to come by at a time like this. I hope the family find comfort knowing so many people are with them now.

Posted by Terry Kiefer - Fan   March 05, 2012

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Remembering you and my Teenage years. R.I.P, Davy Jones

Posted by Ruth Moncrief - fan   March 05, 2012

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I grew up in the 60's watching the Monkees on t.v. and buying their albums. And now I have the whole t.v. series on vhs and some merchandise. I saw them when they came to Myrtle Beach,s.c. on tour and again with Davy and Peter Noone. I still love the Monkees. I love them all.

Posted by Paula Lukas - Fan   March 05, 2012

I was a huge fan of The Monkees and of course Davy was my favorite. My friend Debra and I saw them at The Greenville Memorial Auditorium in 1968. What a thrill. It was a wonderful show! It still makes me feel good to hear Daydream Believer and I can sing along and know all the words. Davy, I will never forget you, you could light up a room and you'll always have a place in my heart.

Posted by Sammy - Simpsonville, SC - fan   March 05, 2012

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My first celebrity crush, first album and first concert were the Monkees. Rest in Peace and thanks for the joy you brought, Davy!

Posted by Micky Kahler    March 05, 2012

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Davy, thanks for all the wonderful music and memories you gave me when I was a teen. I'll always remember when you and the group came to Hawaii for a performance. It was such a thrill which I'll never forget! Aloha and RIP . . .

Posted by Kerry J    March 05, 2012

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Dear Davy ~ I'll never forget you, and all the great times I had because of you! I've met and made some wonderful friends because of you, and this includes you. Thank you for taking the time, to always talk to me and for the time you talked with my daughter Kim who was only 3 years old at the time. RIP, and I know we'll meet again sometime. Love you xoxox

Posted by Kelly Ditmas Denight - friend/fan   March 05, 2012

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davy jones was taken to soon, he had so much more to give. he never forgot his fans.

Posted by karen long    March 05, 2012

I grew up watching Davy Jones. I used to watch the Monkees and they were great. I will miss Davy very much. When you look in his eyes he seemed like a kind hearted person. May he rest in peace.

Posted by Terri Zezza - Exeter, PA - fan   March 05, 2012

I was stunned & saddened by the news of Davy Jones death. I've been a fan since the very beginning of his career, begging my poor Mama for "The MonKees" album. We were poor in Louisiana, & unable to afford the basics at the time. I was 14 years old. Needless to say, I got their album & played it 'til it nearly broke apart. Then, I developed a crush on Davy, just like girls used to swoon over Elvis. I had it bad. Pretended we were married. He was so good-looking. Your forever fan, Louise

Posted by Ketsella    March 05, 2012

I am so saddened by his death. It is like so many incredible performers who have died too soon - Elvis, John Lennon, Jim Croce, etc. I got to see 3 of the 4 Monkees in a reunion concert when they were in their 50's and they joked about doing another one when they were using canes in their 60's. They were naturally musical and funny. They were a huge part of my youth and in my head, I am still that young!

Posted by Patricia Bennett - Rich Square, NC - adoring fan   March 05, 2012

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r.i. p davy

Posted by anna    March 05, 2012

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Thank you Davy for making so many memories for me over the past 30 yrs..you will be missed

Posted by Cyndi Davis - fan   March 05, 2012

My condolences go out to Davy's family and friends, especially Peter, Mickey, and Mike. We will miss him greatly. he touched the lives of so many even those he never met. He may not know how much that meant. I am still numb and very saddened. Rest assured I share a part of your grief. I do believe there is something more to come and Davy will not be gone forever. Take care of yourselves and support one another. Life is very precious and we should always cherish those moments.

Posted by Shannon - Dallas, TX - Fan   March 05, 2012

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Rest in peace...America's favorite "Cuddly Toy"...you will so be missed.

Posted by Donna - fan   March 05, 2012

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I was just 11 years old in 1966 and I had the biggest crush on you, Davy! I loved The Monkeys back then, when things were all magical! Serenade the Angels in Heaven with your sweet voice! Rest in Peace, Davy!

Posted by Debbie - a fan   March 05, 2012

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will always remember the memories and the best times that came with them and will truly miss not seeing you again my heart will always be sadden , now your upon us as a Angle , RIP

Posted by vicky schultz - friend   March 05, 2012

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I was truly saddened by the news of your passing.I would just like to say thank-you for the wonderful memories you gave to a ten year old little girl with your music and tv show.you were my first crush and will always be remembered.

Posted by LISA ROCHELL-KIRK - FAN   March 05, 2012

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I met Davy many years ago in Boston Ma. at Fanuile Hall when his autobiography came out . He signed my book and gave me a great big bear hug . We chatted for about ten min and became pen pals for a while . I also met several others in line who also became my friends after meeting Davy. I also saw him perform in Lake Compound Park in Ct . I will miss him so much and my heart goes out to his family and lovely wife.

Posted by marlo calabrese - fan and friend   March 05, 2012

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What a sad day it was when I heard of Davy's passing. I grew up watching and listening to the Monkees. Davy always made me laugh.
I know that his warmth, sense of humor, and kind spirit will truly be missed. He brought so much joy and happiness to everyone. My condolences to his family. Rest In Peace, Davy.

Posted by TJ Miller    March 05, 2012

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Such a special person. Always great to talk to. Will sadly be missed. I can hear your songs from Heaven.

Posted by Elizabeth Espenlaub - Fan and friend   March 05, 2012

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He was a big part of my child hood will miss him God Bless you Davy

Posted by Ronny Shirley - fan   March 05, 2012

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always making me laugh when youth was on my side, thank you for your work in the Monkees and all your entertaining on television. may you rest in peace and forever in song, sheila

Posted by sheila - a long time fan   March 05, 2012

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I grew up the moneys tv show and the sing along davy jones will be missed his songs will be remember always.

Posted by ramona stanton - monkeys fan grew up their music   March 05, 2012

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It didn't matter what you looked like, how you sounded, or where you lived. The Monkees weaved their way into the lives of many through their music. No barrier was too great to block them. Thank you, Davy for being that unique voice we needed so much. I remain forever a "daydream believer". Thank you for the memories.

Posted by Sue Norton - A very grateful fan!   March 05, 2012

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I as so many grew up listening and watching the monkeys, Davy will be missed. That was such a good clean era when they played their music, we all grew up with values and for that I thank the Monkeys and groups like them, Love you always, sharon

Posted by sharon stricklen - fan   March 05, 2012

I can remember two of my sisters and I decorating our walls with photos from Teen Beat magazine, and getting in trouble for a 900 dollar bill from phone company after we called a number to speak to Davy, Donnie O, and Michael jackson............

Posted by Lauree Long - Mountain Grove, MO   March 05, 2012

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I missed you, you were great actor and God bless you, Miss you
Judy

Posted by Judy - Friend   March 05, 2012

You are one of the best memories of my youth! And, one of my first childhood crushes:) I loved watching you perfom in many shows in the Philly area. You will truly be missed! God Bless You and May Your Soul Rest In Peace.

Posted by Kim Franklin    March 05, 2012

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We knew the day would come but not this soon. I have been in shock and barely able to functionbut I must go on.

Posted by Kim Boatman - fan   March 05, 2012

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I remember when I first saw you in concert and I left you a teddy bear on stage. You sent back a letter and a photo. That really made me happy and showed me that you cared about us. Your passing has left a big hole in my heart. I hope you are happy in heaven and singing with the angels. I will love you always.

Posted by Yoanna Castaneda - loving fan   March 05, 2012

My thoughts and prayers go out to Davy's family and friends. Davy and the Monkees have been a constant in my life for over 40 years. Davy was a person that could and will continue to bring a smile to the faces of many through his songs and the memories he left the world with. Davy was a true gift to the world.

Posted by Karen    March 05, 2012

You will be back with us, Davy, although you just don't know it yet...

Posted by Beth - Pittsburg, KS - fan   March 05, 2012

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Rest In Peace Davy. Your gift of music will live on.

Posted by Carolyn Haynes    March 05, 2012

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My best friend Katie and I used to watch and listen to the Monkees alllll the time. Great memories! You will be missed!

Posted by Stacey    March 05, 2012

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Will always love and miss you, Davy! RIP

Posted by Shari - fan   March 05, 2012

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RIP Davy, you were my crush when i was a teenybopper, i had a zillion pictures of you on my bedroom wall. you will be missed but never forgotten. Now you can sing in heaven with Whitney

Posted by Cathie Stickna - Great fan!   March 05, 2012

The monkees was a big part of my childhood. I liked the show so much that when i was in trouble my mom would not let me watch the Monkees. You will be missed

Posted by tressa hurley    March 05, 2012

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David,

You'll always be my first crush. "I'll love you forever..."

Always,
Jennifer:-)

Posted by Jennifer Martin - #1 Fan   March 05, 2012

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i remember as a child when things were at there worse ,the monkees music and shows saved me from some a nightmare that i was in.god bless you davy.god bless you all.

Posted by jensina hartzog - respect for the monkees   March 05, 2012

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David Jones was a part of my life since I was 4. (48 now). I'll always hold a special place in my heart for him and all the Monkees. They made me laugh and laugh. David, you left us too young, babe, but I know you're surrounded by much laughter and smiles now. Be happy for forever. <3>

Posted by myristica - Fan   March 05, 2012

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I am so sad of the passing of Davy. I was a huge Monkees fan with a poster of Davy on the wall in my bedroom that I would, I'm embarrassed to say now, would kiss from time to time! My friends and I did dances to the tunes and never missed an episode of the show. The dancing in the "rainbow" room was fantastic when I was a child. His friends and family must be missing a great guy.

Posted by Sally - fan   March 05, 2012

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It is with such sadden heart that I leave this message. You were such a talented man who made our generation proud. You will never be forgotten for all that you did while here with us. Your talent and goodness will sound on forever. We have your voice and video to cherish.

Posted by Karen M. Finken - Devoted Lifetime Fan   March 05, 2012

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Your wonderful spirit and voice will be forever remembered. Gods Speed Davy.

Posted by Bsnoopy72@att.net - Fan   March 05, 2012

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Grew up listening to the monkees, davey jones was my first crush. Lol. He will be missed very much.... <3 davey you jones>

Posted by Lisa j Mudd    March 05, 2012

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The light that your music shines upon us will never dim. Thank you and rest in peace.

Posted by Felicia - fan   March 05, 2012

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As a child I loved to watch the Monkees every weekend. My love of this group extended throughout my teen years up to today at 30. Davy will be missed and he will always have a special place in my heart, my childrens' hearts and all of his many, many fans the world over. Rest in peace, Davy, we love you.

Posted by Donna Fifer - fan   March 05, 2012

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R.I.P. Davey

Posted by Roe - Forever a fan.   March 05, 2012

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we will miss you davey thanks for the fun memories you gave us all. we love you

Posted by Paula Birmingham - fan   March 05, 2012

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My memories are I remember being excited every week waiting for the Monkees to come on, I loved Davy's British accent.

Posted by Regina Washington - Old school fan   March 05, 2012

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Many thoughts and prayers to the Jones family during this most difficult time. My first album was a Monkees album. I was about 7 or 8, my grandma took my little brother and I to the local record store to buy our first album...The Monkees Greatest Hits. We paid for it mostly in change that had been saved from our allowances...the record sales man was so nice and patient with us as he counted our pennies, nickels, dimes and probably the few actual dollar bills we had in a baggie. Davey Jones will always be fondly remembered as one of my first childhood celebrity crushes. Rest in Peace, Davey.

Posted by Lori Gallero - fan   March 05, 2012

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This past year I saw Davy perform in concert, once on his own and the other in the 45 anniversary concert, He always provided an exceptional show. I have been a fan since 1966 when He exploded on the scene. I have been in shock since Wednesday and will miss him and the happiness he provided. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Nancy Myers - fan   March 05, 2012

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My heart broke when I heard the news of Davy Jones passing. Even though I'm not even 30, the Monkees were a huge part of my life growing up. I would watch them everyday after school and even saw a couple concerts. I feel like a part of my heart and childhood is gone. Davy, you will be missed but NEVER forgotten!

Posted by Christne Herbert    March 05, 2012

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I will never forget Davy Jones, my 1st love. I loved the way he danced, the little back and forth sway. He brought so much joy to us all. RIP Davy, and thank you.

Posted by Mary Stevenson    March 05, 2012

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You and the band brought music and laughter into many lives. Bless you and we will miss you.
Denise

Posted by Denise - admirer   March 05, 2012

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What may have begun as a contrived group grew into something much more profound. I didn't realize until this time just how dedicated the Monkeys had become to their art.
Just saw head and discovered the Porpoise Song. I can't get enough.
My appoligies to all for not taking the Monkeys seriously before now.
My deepest condolences to all who held "Davey" dear.
May he now be heard to sing in the heavenly choir.

Posted by Dave Slye - Admirer   March 05, 2012

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I am so very sorry. I just watched The Davy Jones biography a month or so before this happend. I first wife was so eloquant in describing him. His first two daughters are so beautiful. You could tell by the smiles there was no love loss in this family. I didn't se much on the other two girls except Annabell. I was born in 69 so when mom introduced me. I was smitten with Davy day one. What a gentleman. I even saw a reunion in the 80's ! We loved um all BUT esp Davy. He never aged. I pray the good Lord holds you all during this time. He mad a"Good" difference in this world. He was with his beloved horses. I will NEVER forget. I'm a daydream believer. Trust in the Lord and 'Let go & Let God" ! He was always happy and I learn by example. Don't be to sad it's over, be glad it happend. (As the sayin goes)
God Bless,

Just a hurting fan,

Shannon

Posted by Shannon - A fan !   March 05, 2012

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my prayers go out to his family and his friends. he was a great singer .

Posted by april zoettlein - fan   March 05, 2012

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Great singer/actor/performer - will be missed.

Posted by Lorri Gaines - fan/admirer   March 05, 2012

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Davy's talent, humor and love of life gave happiness to us baby boomers. He leaves many people in the world with beautiful and peace oriented memories and joy. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by LIZA LUSTER - fan   March 05, 2012

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RIP Davy. You will always be loved by those of us who grew up being entertained by you. Much love,
Teri Miller

Posted by Teri Miller - Fan   March 05, 2012

My deepest sympathy goes out to his family.I had the honor to see The Monkee,s in 1986. They were very good. I gave Davy a bouqet of flowers, he was so cute.

Posted by Lori Mabry - Cleveland, TN - A major fan   March 05, 2012

My deedest sympathy goes to his family. He will be truly missed. My sympathy goes to his band mates as well. I hope Micky,Peter and Mike will keep on touring. The show will be different,but Davy would want you to continue doing this.

Posted by Lori Mabry - Cleveland, TN - A fan   March 05, 2012

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Just relived the past watching the Monkey Tribute to Davy Jones, nothing but fond memories of days gone bye.

Posted by Janet - FAN   March 05, 2012

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I remember seeing you on The Monkees television show on DVD when I was a teenager. My mom had a crush on you before I did. I saw you at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, DE a few years ago. After the show we met and you told me that I was the only woman to get you down on your knees!Several years later as I was getting ready to have surgery, you sent me a huge box of goodies to cheer me up. I'll never forget the time we spent together. Thanks for all the wonderful memories. RIP my sweet "Daydream Believer." I love you. My parents and I will never forget you. I'll always remember you every time I hear you sing "I Wanna Be Free" and I know that we shall meet again in heaven someday.

With love from your biggest fan,
Dara

Posted by Dara R - A fan since my teens   March 05, 2012

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the best time I ever had was when he came to redrocks in denver and I was there singing along with them and years later when they played for colorados country jam and I was there to I am so sad

Posted by Karen - been a big fan for 45 years   March 05, 2012

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Thank you for the wonderful memories and music. You have left an imprint on my heart with your smile. Love Forever...

Posted by Rhonda - A wishful Friend   March 05, 2012

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I am seen The Monkees in 1968 when they were in Charleston, West Virginia and my friends and me went to the hotel where they were staying, I left a huge bible my grandfather had given me at the front desk for Davy. A couple of months later he sent me a record and some pictures for giving him the bible. I got in so much trouble with my mom for giving it to him, but I don't regret it because I wanted Davy to have it. God bless each of his family with peace, strength and love. He will truly be missed. Cathy Thomas

Posted by Cathy Thomas    March 05, 2012

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RIP you were a GREAT entertainer

Posted by Lisa - fan   March 05, 2012

I remember the first time I saw you when I was a little girl! You were my very first crush! You were so CUTE!!! I was going to be Mrs. Davy Jones! One of my local television stations is doing a Monkees Marathon in your honor! Rest in peace to my very first teen idol crush! Blessings and prayers to the family.

Posted by Tracey Crumble - Oak Park, IL - Fan   March 05, 2012

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THIS SHOW GOT ME THROUGH THE BULLYING I WENT THROUGH IN HIGH SCHOOL. I KNEW I COULD ALWAYS COME HOME AND FIND LAUGHTER IN THIS SHOW. ALSO, DAVY GOT PICKED ON ALSO ON THE SHOW SOMETIMES BECAUSE OF HIS HEIGHT, BUT HE GOT THROUGH IT. AND HE WAS VERY HANDSOME.

Posted by MARY LOU - FAN   March 05, 2012

As a devoted fan, my experiences meeting Davy directly shaped the way I interact with my fans at the PA Burlesque Festival. Davy was always sweet, engaging, and indulging. He was never too busy, and made the same commitment to his fans that they made to him. He was content to be hugged, kissed, and probably goosed by the people who appreciated him. Every time I wade out into the crowd at one of our shows, it is in the hopes that I can create the same feelings for our fans that he did for me.

We were not ready to give you up to the ages, Davy. The stars shine a bit less for us tonight. But the joy of your legacy still allows us to sing along with you until we meet again. Your voice was always our voice.

Posted by Madame Corsetiere - Jim Thorpe, PA - Fan   March 05, 2012

my best memories of the monkess was watchin a marathon of the monkees,from saturday night,till sunday night,all of his shows was great,thank u davy jones,may god rest your soul

Posted by steven landsman - manalapn nj, NJ   March 05, 2012

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I remember lots of times, but The most memorable one is when Davy was signing autographs when he arrived in Cedar Rapids, IA and borrowed my pen. I kept snapping pics and he started to walk away and looked at me and said "lens cap,". The whole time I had the cap on and was soo embarrassed.

Posted by Mel Alberts - forever fan and kindred spirit   March 05, 2012

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I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU. THANK YOU FOR THE GREAT MUSIC, AND ALL OF THE JOY YOU BROUGHT INTO MY LIFE WITH YOUR TALENT.

Posted by KATHI WOLFF - fan   March 05, 2012

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Listen to the band.

Posted by richard kiene - 60's bud....   March 05, 2012

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Much love to you, Davy! My prayers and thoughts go out to your family and to the millions of fans that felt you were part of their families for all these years. You were part of mine as a child and I will never forget all of the wonderful memories I have of you and the Monkees!! You were a beautiful soul and a wonderful man! I look forward to meeting you on the other side on day...sing with the angels now!

Posted by Kendra Phelps - fan   March 05, 2012

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This may sound pretty typical but I used to LOVE watching The Monkee's on TV. My favorite 1 was Mickey.
But I thought Davy was the CUTE 1 cause of his height & his accent.I didn't want to go a DAY w/out watching the show.
I LOVE horses too.
I saw online that his wife taught him some mannerisms. I HOPE that was not "part" due to his massive heart attack.? I sure am sorry he's gone but I HOPE he's in a better world now....

Posted by Kathy - OLD fan   March 05, 2012

Davy loved his fans.I had the pleasure to meet Davy several times in the 1980s to 2011.He also had a heart of gold.I was backstage in Chicago during teen idols tour with Bobby Sherman and Peter Noone.A very good family friend Gary Strobl was responsible for getting my wife Mary and I see Davy.He was extremely nice and signed autographs,took pictures etc.Gary had a brother named Greg who was very special to all and close to David thru meeting him over the years.David and Greg clowned around took pictures and had a great time that night.I will never forget it.Greg has now passed and David joins him.2 SPECIAL people.God bless you both!

Posted by Tom Fontaine - Indianapolis, IN - fan and a friend   March 05, 2012

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Though I wasn't fortunate enough to see the Monkees in concert, I grew up w/Monkeemania in the 60's. Watching a marathon of their old shows..so corny some of them but I still enjoy them. Davy,my favorite..you'll still be here in your songs.My sympathy to his family. RIP,"Manchester Cowboy"

Posted by Kaye - fan   March 05, 2012

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I loved this man since I was 4 years old. I am now 50 years old. The Monkees were Friday night with my little girlfriends and we will always remember him in our hearts. He is part of my childhood and I will always remember him. I will miss you, Davy.

Posted by Sandi Brown - My Childhood   March 05, 2012

I grew up watching the Monkees as a child as did all of my siblings. They were apart of my childhood and now into my adulthood I still love their songs, remember the words and the show still makes me laugh! All of his music will be be with us forever and he brought joy to so many people. My sympathies to his family and to Mike, Micky and Peter. Rest in Peace Davy.

Posted by Amy Batt - Chicago, IL - Fan   March 05, 2012

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To the family of Davy Jones, We are sooooooo sorry to hear of Davy's tragic passing. It was quite a shock to all of us. He was scheduled to do a concert at Foellinger Theatre in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We were looking forward to see him perform. May Davy Jones REST IN PEACE .
You have our heartfelt sympathy.
God Bless all of you
Greg & Karen Schafbuch

Posted by Greg Schafbuch - Ft. Wayne, IN - fan of the Monkees   March 05, 2012

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Watched The Monkees thru reruns in the 70's and again when MTV aired them. Saw them twice in concert in the 80's. R.I.P. Davy...you are truly missed.

Posted by Ami - a huge fan   March 05, 2012

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I grew watching the Monkees and Davy was the one I loved most. He will be deeply missed and I will miss him dearly. I was in shock when I heard he had passed away. I hope he is at rest and having fun riding his horses in heaven! RIP Davy...I miss you!

Posted by Patty    March 05, 2012

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When the Monkees came on the air I started getting interested in music. That was one turning point in my life thanks to him and the others 3 guys. I had seen Davy Jones in person about 14 times from July 15, 1967, through February 11, 2012. I even had the chance to meet him, shake his hand and get his autograph at a Learning Annex class on August 23, 1996. At that time I was a single father. Then one of the songs on "Justus" ("It's My Life") gave me the inspiration to start looking again, and it was successful. That was the second turning point. So Davy and the others played a big part in my life. But when he passed away, the group pretty much died also. Even if the other 3 got together for a tribute concert, it would not be the same. In concert he was great performer, a lively and outgoing entertainer, and a very funny guy. He will be greatly missed. So long Davy. Rest in peace.

Posted by Ronald Cohen - Fan   March 05, 2012

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My sister and I grew up watching The Monkees reruns, my brother was too young to remember them, and I have to say that it was a show that we fell in love with. We loved to sing along with the songs. It's hard to believe that Davy is no longer here. I am so glad that I had the chance to see The Monkees (minus Mike) back in 1986 for my very first concert. Davy you will be deeply missed. RIP.

Posted by Margie    March 05, 2012

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I have followed Davy Jones's career for 38 years since first encountering his presence on the "Monkees". Once a week I was one of the happiest kids alive as his singing made me feel special then and carried throughout all of my life. Watching him perform at Epcot through the years was one of the greatest gifts granted to me by my husband when accompanying me to as many shows I wanted to watch and being a part of the long lines was so.. well worth it. Even now I still viewed Davy Jones through the same eyes of the 5 year old girl in awe that I was watching my idol live year after year always with the same excitement. His songs and performances will always remain in my heart and mind as he unknowling was such an integral part of my life. We were so..anticipating his performance in May but are now left with the void for a man who touched the hearts of many through his talents and great sincerity for the love of his role in life. At my home he will never be forgotten as he was always the one who brought to me the same smile and excitement I encountered as a child. Mustering up the courage to ask him to take a picture with me took a lot of courage as I am so very shy but that photograph has mean't the world to me and always will, I am so proud of my picture with Davy. May God bestow peace upon his friends and loved ones as indeed he is a great loss.

Xia Wofford

Posted by Xia Wofford - Fan/ Great Admirer of Mr. Jones   March 05, 2012

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I grew up watching him on The Monkees show reruns when i was a little girl in 1994. i loved him sooo much, he was my favorite. i feel like my heart has been cut due to his loss. my thoughts and prayers go out to his family and close friends

Posted by kelli - fan   March 05, 2012

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Sure will miss you, pr.

Posted by Paula Richards    March 05, 2012

Praying for Jessica and Davy's four daughters. Davy brought so much joy into my life watching The Monkees and listening to their timeless music. Our hope in death is found in Jesus Christ and His gift of eternal life. John 3:16. God loves you!

Posted by Kathy Pearson - End, OK - Fan   March 05, 2012

It just doesn't seem quite real, I am still here and you are gone. I have loved you since I was 9 years old, and now to think there will be more chances to hear you laugh or see you smile... it hurts more than I can say. I thank the heavens you came into my life, and I cherish every memory even more now. I love you my friend. Farewell, safe travels and sleep well sweet prince. You'll always be in my heart.

Posted by Iris    March 05, 2012

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I grew up listening to the Monkees.
RIP Davy we will miss you!

Posted by Gail    March 05, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy

Posted by Kelly    March 05, 2012

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I'm still in shock and heartbroken. I grew up with the music of the Monkees, and although a piece of my childhood is lost, the memories will live on. Thank You Davy for the music and the laughter. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Rest in Peace Daydream Believer!!!!

Posted by Joan Argenzio-Niessing - Fan   March 05, 2012

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I grew up watching Monkee reruns in the '70s and like most people, fell in love with Davy,Mickey, Mike and Peter. Not only the tv show but their music made me laugh and sing along whenever they were around. My first concert was their '86 reunion tour and it was still one of the best times I've ever had. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Jones family and to the remaining members of the Monkees. May the memories of his joy and love ease your pain at this sad time.

Posted by Debbie Warner - fan   March 05, 2012

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As far back as I can remember I have always been a Monkees fan even though I was born a few decades later and missed the original Monkeemania. I remember having a video with a few episodes taped off TV that I would watch over and over again. I knew every word to every song and all the dialogue in those few episodes. I was fortunate enough to see the Monkees live when I was 11 years old for their 30th anniversary tour. It was an amazing experience. As I got older my love for everything Monkees only grew. I was fortunate enought to see them 2 more times after that, the last time being last summer when I took my brother for the first time. Everytime was a different, exciting experience. Listening or watching the Monkees always gives me a great feeling and brings me back to my childhood. Although you are not with us anymore Davy, you will always hold a special place in my heart. May you rest in peace. Love you and miss you Davy. Thanks for the usic and the memories.

Posted by Jennifer Barkus    March 05, 2012

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i was big a fan of the monkees including Davy.i was 10 yrs old watching reruns of the monkees on nickelodeon. when i heard he was coming out with his book they made a monkee of me @ middlesex mall in nj.i was so nervous when he touch me i felt calm. he made my day.im glad to chance to meet me. i had the same hair due.

Posted by Erin - Fan   March 05, 2012

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Deep sympathy to Davy's family. I just want to remind my fellow fans here of his early (pre-Monkees) career when he "knocked our socks off" in live performances of the musicals "Oliver" (as the Artful Dodger) and "Pickwick" (as Sam Weller). He was so charismatic on stage that all eyes were on him, even though his co-stars were older and more experienced. He was a truly dynamic performer and, in my experience, a kind person who sincerely appreciated his fans. If and when I get to Heaven, I'll look forward to a reprise of his great number in "Pickwick," "You never met a feller like young Sam Weller, no you never met a feller like me!"

Posted by Karen Field - Fan   March 05, 2012

Oh Davy, how will we live without you?

Posted by Paula - Cheektowaga, NY - fan   March 04, 2012

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thank you for the years of good work, the joy of music and comedy

Posted by Carolyn Roesbery - once a young fan   March 04, 2012

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I was 6 years old. You were my first love. I will never forget you. R.I.P Davy92Qsj

Posted by Tracey Baer    March 04, 2012

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You will be missed so much Davy !
A fan that grew up in the 60's with your music.

Posted by Peggy - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I have been a fan of Davy Jones sence I was 5 years old. I told my mom I will see Davy Jones when I get older. I did too when the Monkeys came to Aberdeen for the Brown County Fair I was there with bells on. I screemed his name while he was singing Daydream Believer. He look at me smiled that smile and continued to sing. That was the best day of my life I listened to the music, watched the reruns on Nick at night all the time. So to Davy Jones I have to say when my mom called and told me I cried for hours. When I think about him it brings tear to my eyes. I loved you then and I love you now. So my friend I am sorry that god took you and I will miss you forever, and yes Davy we will meet again. I love Davy Jones, and will miss you always.

Posted by ann - a big fan for years   March 04, 2012

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when i was small i had a huge crush on davey jones i watched the tv shows and also bought the teen magazines that his pictures was always on the front cover.and i always enjoyed his singing.i remember seeing him on the brady bunch it was my favorite one. i can,t believe he,s gone . rest in peace in heaven i will always love you and miss you

Posted by karen miller - a fan   March 04, 2012

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RIP Davy You were and still are my favorite Monkee

Posted by Cathy Montuori    March 04, 2012

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thanks for the music.you will be sorely missed.

Posted by anne wait - admirer   March 04, 2012

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I was a pre-teen at the time of the Vietnam wars & seeing & hearing your songs gave me so-o much happiness while missing my soldier father. Much later in life I got to hear you perform again in person with my husband. Your spirit gave me much happiness. Thank you, Davey Jones!!!!

Posted by Belinda Bo Yealy - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Gone to soon Davy. Thank you for the music and the memories. You are truly missed.

Posted by Carver    March 04, 2012

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As president of the Chicago Chapter of The Monkees Fan Club, I had the dubious honor of meeting Davey & the rest of the Monkees in the summer of 1966 at the WLS radio station. I remember how sweet & kind Davey was to me and the rest of the teenie boppers. You could drown in his gorgeous brown eyes! Writing this, I feel 15 yrs. old again! Thank you for all the joy & fun you brought to this once starry-eyed teenager. May you rest in peace!

Posted by Elaine - Fan & president of their fan clb   March 04, 2012

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RIP Davy! You were loved and admired the world over, more than you can ever know in this life, but I believe where you are now, you kno it now!

Daydream Believer!!!!

Posted by Laura - long time fan   March 04, 2012

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After writing my first entry in this memory book, I went back and read all of the tributes to Davy Jones. It warmed my heart to hear about what a warm and wonderful individual he was; how he truly loved his fans and was so kind to people. That did not surprise me, as he always had the aura of a good, shining soul, and I regret never fullfilling that dream of meeting him... I'm sure he would have received my idolization with much grace. I am also not surprised that so many girls around my age adored him back in the sixties, and dreamed of marrying him, as I did! I miraculously still have in my possesion every single record the Monkees ever made, it's time to pull them out now! As with so many others here, a little part of my childhood went with him. My mom called me and told of his death; he passed on the 4 month anniversary of my husband's death. My father is also in heaven now and I take comfort in knowing that all of these special men in my life are together with the angels...My heart also goes out to his family, blessed to have such a wonderful soul in their life.

Posted by Judith Lynn King - Huge Fan   March 04, 2012

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i was always your fan u will be miss

Posted by beatrice - fan   March 04, 2012

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I have been a monkees fan for 35 years, I have seen them live a few times.....I remember how excited I was this past June to see them live once again, Davy was a wonderful entertainer, he seemed like a genuinely nice man...I can't believe that he is gone...I hope you rest in Peace and entertain daily and nightly in Heaven <3>

Posted by Jeannine Glikis    March 04, 2012

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to the family of davy jones,please know that your dad is in a better place, though it was to early from to leave this world.I am sure hes making beautiful music with other singers that went before.with my deepest sympathy,shelly kelmer

Posted by shelly kelmer    March 04, 2012

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Davy Jones will always hold a special place in my heart. I was lucky enough to meet him after one of his shows and he proved to be a kind and sincere human being...just like I always knew he would be.

Posted by Pina Garofoli    March 04, 2012

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I met Davy Jones back in '01 after his concert at Moraine Valley in Palos Hills, IL. He took the time to take his photo with us, and also let everyone know where he was staying after the show! Some of us went to the hotel where he was staying and had drinks with him in the lobby. I told him about a recent trip to London I had taken and how I enjoyed the city. It was like talking to an old friend. I think I can speak for all his fans when I say a little part of me died with him on February 29, 2012. RIP, Davy - the stars will shine a little brighter with you in the Heavens.

Posted by Michelle Klopp - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Thankyou,Davy Jones for all of the joy that you have brought into my life, way back when.You made my heart go flip flop when you sang "Girl" and your loving and kind eyes will always hold a loving place in my heart.See you in heaven Davy.You truly are a great loss to all that love you ! Gone but you shall never be forgotten.

Posted by Lola Ridner - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I light this candle to thank a man with an awesome voice. Thank you for the great childhood memories and "Daydream Beliver". May you sing your songs on high with my beautiful son in Heaven

Posted by Christina - Fan   March 04, 2012

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With a heavy heart and tears in my eyes, I feel like I've lost another friend. Words cannot describe my sadness. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. RIP Davy. You are truly missed.

Posted by Gina Stefanske - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I enjoy growing up with Davy as a fan of his. He had a smile you couldn't forget and golden voice. There will be a new Angel in Heaven. Rest In Peace.

Posted by Connie Willyerd - # 1 fan   March 04, 2012

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i'll see you in heaven davy.

Posted by marie jean mccreedy - daydream believer   March 04, 2012

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Condolences to his Family

Posted by Bob Dempsey    March 04, 2012

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I remember rushing home from school to watch the Monkees on TV. I loved to watch Davy Jones do the "skate" to the song "Day Dream Believer" My condolences to the family, and to the Monkees. R.I. P. Davy Jones

Posted by Doreen Piazza - fan   March 04, 2012

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Blame it on Davy Jones

Gonna blame it on Davy Jones
When I walk by you girls I find myself
Dazzling eyes
I lose myself and it reminds me
Of love again.

Hold on Girl
Help is on it's Way
Hold on Girl
Just a little bit tighter
Hold on Girl.

Davy Jones is a memory now
Of how to fall in love
How to dance and how to sing
And how to forever be groovy
While dancing
And singing

Davy Jones the cool shirt
The sunglasses
The man
The funny cute man
The funny cool cute groovy singer/dancer sweet dude man

The Monkee
Man.

Clint Dearborn,Feb.2012

Posted by Clint Dearborn - Fan   March 04, 2012

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davy jones,he was everybodys couldest toy to everybody,even me,god bless him

Posted by steven landsman    March 04, 2012

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Davy, you were such an important part of my youth growing up, I used to watch you on TV and idolized you with the Monkees. I will treasure your voice forever. RIP. You will be missed. I pray for your loved ones and family you leave behind.

Posted by Valerie Bond Romanelli - FAN   March 04, 2012

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davy jones, loved the way he dances and sings,he was also on the brady bunch,played marcia bradys date for a prom

Posted by steven landsman    March 04, 2012

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I loved Davy Jones. He had such a fresh singing voice and he was cute, too. I would like to know how he died,however. I was very surprised to hear about it. His memory will go down in history forever.

Posted by Jane Schulze - Fan   March 04, 2012

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davy jones, may he rest in peace,he will always be my favorite monkee,he makes me laugh,he grew up in manchester england,was also a disk jockey,and loved horses,god bless his soul

Posted by steven landsman    March 04, 2012

I was like a million other young girls, Davy was my first love as I watched him on YV each week. Later as I grew up, my fondness of Davy only diminished slightly as I was grown up and no longer a 10 year old who cried when I listened to The Monkee records over and over. I had th good fortunate to meet him in person when he came to Kansas City in 1993 ad Fagan in "Oliver" My date ran in to him in and Davy invited us to spend the rest of the evening with him. They talked about his horses and he drank dark beer. He was cute and gracious as I imagined... He will forever live on in my heart ....

Posted by Cheryl Lipp - Kansas City, KS - a most ardent fan 4ever   March 04, 2012

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he was the best monkee ever,he was the best singer,of the monkees,i like his ong,called vallerie,and star collector,and more,anyway may he rest in peace,sorry to here about him,regards to the family as well,dont forget he is up there,lookin down at u

Posted by steven landsman    March 04, 2012

I fell in love with Davy Jones at age 6, in 1966 when the Monkees first came on the scene. I religiously watched the show, and when he wanted to be called "David", I dutifully began referring to him as such! My childhood "mantra" was "I love Davy Jones of The Monkees' and wrote it EVERYWHERE. I was crazy about him from ages 6 to around 11, and continued to love and appreciate his songs for all of my life. My very first concert was a Monkees concert that my mom brought me to when I was 8. He and the Monkees' entertainment was light-hearted and wholesome, at a time when the world was to experience much turmoil. But they were more than just "front men" for a Hollywood pop band concept: they were, all four of them, in their own right truly gifted and talented musical artists. I always had a fantasy dream of meeting him later in my life as a grown adult, and personally telling him what he meant to me during my growing up years...I had a vision of getting on my knees, head down, and fanning him like an adored king!! I guess that will never happen now, but we certainly have another wonderful angel watching down on us. The death of this man is a great loss, and I'm sure he will be missed by many. He certainly is a huge part of my precious childhood memories...

Posted by Judith Lynn King - Lower Lake, CA - Huge Fan   March 04, 2012

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You touched so many loves in such a positive way.Thank you for sharing your warmth and talent with the world. The heavens are a little brighter with you there. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Geralyn DeLaney - Fan   March 04, 2012

he was the best monkee ever,i love all of his songs,whenever i watch the monkees,and i c davy jones, i get upset and almost startin 2 cry,anyway may his soul,rest in peace

Posted by steven landsman - manalapan, NJ   March 04, 2012

it was so sad to here about davy jones,he was only 66 years old,antenna tv is now doin, marathon of the monkees,may he rest in peace

Posted by steven landsman - manalapan, NJ   March 04, 2012

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I loved your music from the time I began listening to the radio. I used to be able to sing all the words to your top songs (now, I just remember phrases, and with a little help, the whole song).Your music was upbeat and postive at a time when the news had nothing but war. I also enjoyed the TV show and watched it regularly. Your death brings back wonderful memories for me as a child, when life was so simple in my little hometown in the Midwest, and all I had to do, was make sure I knew when your show was on. When I was in college, in the mid to late 70's, your songs were frequently part of our "Sing That Song" my girlfriends played in the dorm. As a parent now, I appreciate your music even more, since it never contained bad words. I also loved your music, because, SURPRISE, I could make out the words to your songs, while other teenage music, I could only catch the tune. Your music was what music should be: a song you can sing to and be uplifted at the same time. Go in Peace - and Rock On in Heaven.

Posted by Tina - FAN   March 04, 2012

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Davy was my first real crush as a kid. I loved him and the Monkees. Years later, when my son turned 12, I took him to Astroworld for his birthday to see the Monkees.Davy will be so missed.
Sympathy for his family.

Posted by Lynn - fan   March 04, 2012

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Luv you 4ever!!!

Posted by Ruby Lowe - fan   March 04, 2012

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I remember watching the Monkees when I was growing up.I even got to see them on a reunion tour.Davy will be missed,but Heaven added another angel.

Posted by G.Hickman - fan   March 04, 2012

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When I was a young girl, I fell for Davy Jones, it was then I knew the man I would marry, would be named David.
Thank you Davy, I will forever love you and miss you.

Posted by Nora Santana - Fan   March 04, 2012

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may your light shine brightly among the heavens

Posted by Gail - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy Jones was the first David I ever adored

Posted by jaime stirling - fan   March 04, 2012

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thanks for being you. rip davey you will be missed

Posted by karen mullins - fan   March 04, 2012

RIP Davy, you represent a time when life was just a little bit lighter.

Posted by queen936 - Chicago, IL - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Thanks for the memories, Davy. You were a beacon of fun and joy to a world so in need of that.

Posted by Thomas    March 04, 2012

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Was crazy about the Monkees growing up. Loved the music and the show. Still watch the reruns today at 57. Davy, you ate a bright shining star today as you were then. R.I.P

Posted by Lorraine Choate    March 04, 2012

mis condolencias a esposa de Davy Jones ,senora Jessica Pacheco d
de Jones,su esposo siempre vivira en el corazon y en nuestras memorias el es y siempre sera una Leyenda.los Monkees son
y seran los mejores siempre.yo creci biendo los monkees u d
avid era mi favorito.me gustaria que en un futuro compartiera memorias de davy jones con todos sus fan.me gustaria que le
hicieran una estatua gigante.como fue el en los ultimos anos feliz.gracias y que dios le de fuerzas a usted.lorena.Dallas,Tx

Posted by lorena - Duncanville, TX - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I still can't believe it!

Posted by Paula - fan   March 04, 2012

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I met Davy Jones in Manhattan,he was the friendliest rock star I have ever met!

Posted by Anderson - FAN   March 04, 2012

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Davy Jones will always have a place in my heart, as will the other Monkees. They are part of a time in my life when I was young and hopeful. Some of my fondest memories are of sitting on the couch, enthralled by their music and show. Thank you all.

Posted by Caryn - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Gone too soon. Rest in peace Davy.

Posted by Eluzabeth - Fan   March 04, 2012

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rip davy deepest sympathy to your family you brought so many of us much happiness with your music..you will live on forever
anne kelleher

Posted by anne kelleher - fan   March 04, 2012

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Was the last poster I removed from my walls as I was leaving for college..Will sadly miss Davey Jones and that pleasant smile.

Posted by Denise - fan   March 04, 2012

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Rest In Peace Davy Jones

Posted by Susan Dawson    March 04, 2012

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i saw Davy last March in ashtabula What a wonderful showman. He will be missedPsHjc

Posted by sharon - fan   March 04, 2012

40 years ago I took my 12 yr old daughter to see the Monkey's concert in Phoenix, Az-We really enjoyed it!!!

Posted by Joeleen Krause - Keota,, IA - admirer   March 04, 2012

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Thanks for the music!! My wife and I have fans of The MONKEES since they started during our years in high school. They, along with the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Paul Revere & the Raiders, got us through some very stressful times!

Posted by Dane E. Jensen - FAN   March 04, 2012

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I will never forget the role that Davy had in my life as my teen idol. I will always cherish the day I finally met him a few years ago. Precious, sincere human being. Rest in peace Davy I will miss you.

Posted by Sybil - Fan   March 04, 2012

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RIP Davy.

Posted by Carla Byers - Fan   March 04, 2012

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r.i.p davy ... my mother, daughter and i all loves the monkees and you are our fave monkee. your death was a sad day on earth but now your in heaven singing with God's choir

Posted by kim winn - fan   March 04, 2012

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David,
You are now showing the angels how to sing ... what a sound that must be ... you will be missed and loved forever!
Love always Sandy

Posted by Sandy McCleskey - friend   March 04, 2012

Davy was the greatest!!! Im going to miss his smiling face&his beautiful voice!!!

Posted by Marie aasted - Tacoma, WA - A fan of his   March 04, 2012

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I grew up with these guys! They are all like family! I've seen them oh so many times in concert all over the U.S. & had the great privlage of meeting them in 1986! So gracious & kind! I lost a bit of my youth on Feb 29th, but Davy's family lost so much more. My heart & prayers go out to his family & friends. Thank you for sharing him with all of us!

Posted by Sue - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I saw the monkees at a pub in Australia in 1988. They were excellent, the night was awesome. RIP Davy Jones!

Posted by Lisa Walsh - fan   March 04, 2012

Davy was my first heart throb ...I was so in L.O.V.E with him!He was always such a handsome man.It is also true that he had a wonderful heart.I believe he is singing with the angels now with that beautiful voice!

Posted by Debra Matthews - Oakhurst, NJ - A fan of his voice,music,person   March 04, 2012

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Rest In Peace Davy

Posted by Joyce Dutton Forshaw - fan   March 04, 2012

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So many memories that I will hold dear to my heart. You made us smile with your love for us and your songs. I have known you since The Monkees came into my life in 66 and expanded into the 86 reunion. You will always be and inspiration to myself and all your fans. You are only a Daydream away.

Posted by Sandie G    March 04, 2012

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I am so sad to hear of Davy's passing. I have always been a big fan of the Monkees. He will be missed by all his fans.R.I.P DAVY

Posted by Janet Long Mitchell - Long time fan   March 04, 2012

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I saw Davey last February in the Villages, FL & he was kind enough to sign one of my 45 records of the Monkees. It was a memorable evening for a fan.

Posted by Maureen Dunne    March 04, 2012

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I know Davy Jones is riding amoung the clouds. I think he would like it if we could start a horse rescue honoring him in his name. So many need help, it would be a real "Dream Believer" to make it happen. Ride the wind Davy---Charmel

Posted by charmel jamison - horse friend   March 04, 2012

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I so loved the Monkees in the 60's they were one of my favorite bands. Davy was so talented and sweet. Just an overall great group, brought so much joy to my teenage years.

Posted by Sandra - fan   March 04, 2012

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I grewup with the Monkies and will always love each and everyone but Davey was the one I loved the most out of all of them. He will be greatly missed by ne.

Posted by Debbie Miller - Big fan   March 04, 2012

My first crush as a child. Never got to see you when i was a young child, but finally in 1996 that changed. Not only did I get to see the concert, I also got meet you and get your autograph. Thanks for the great memories.

Posted by Ginny Lamkin - LINCOLNTON, NC - Fan   March 04, 2012

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WE love you , even if you were an un popular child and didn't have many friends,we all would Hurry home to see Davy he was a friend to everyone and you wanted to help him in his antics, even in a make beleave world. you will be missed in real life, and you are always my friend forever !

Posted by Dave settlemyre - fan   March 04, 2012

I met DAVY JONES IN NEW YORK 1967,I WAS IN THE TEEN MAGAZINE TIGER BEAT WITH HIM.HE ALWAYS WAS A NICE PERSON,ALSO I WAS IN WITH HIM IN 1986 FOR A REUNION ALSO IN TIGER BEAT MAG.

Posted by ANTOINETTE SAN GIROGIO - BROOKLYN, NY - JUST A FAN   March 04, 2012

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Always loved you and your songs. I listen to them quite often. They bring back so many memories of my growing up. I keep you and your family in my prayers.

Posted by Marianne Rivera    March 04, 2012

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Thank you for many happy hours and being my first major crush. Saw you as an adult in a reunion concert and still got the same rush as Friday teatime TV gave me as a kid. Sweet dreams. xx

Posted by Annette Batty    March 04, 2012

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my childhood has died with Davy. Thank you for the memories.

Posted by Pauline Price - fan   March 04, 2012

When I was in elementary school, my gym teacher always exercised us with the Monkees. They, and Davy Jones, hold a special place in my heart.

Posted by Scott Smock - Orestes, IN - Fan   March 04, 2012

As a young man I grow up with the music of Davy Jones and his group ''The Monkees''. I play their music and it brings back alot of fond memories. Davy will be sadly missed by all who knew him and followed his music and talent. He will be sadly missed. R.I. P. Davy. you will always be remembered and never forgotten.

Posted by fred rank - FORT DODGE, IA - AVID FAN OF ''THE MONKEES''   March 04, 2012

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I remember running home from whatever I was doing to see the Monkees. I had such a crush on Davy Jones. I watched all the episodes, bought all the records and when the reruns came on, I watched them too. Davy will be truly missed.

Posted by Linda Alts    March 04, 2012

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he was one of our patient at Family Practice in Mifflintown, Pa. where i worked i loved him he was my idol!!RIP Davy

Posted by Bonnie - friend   March 04, 2012

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I have been a fan since the very first monkees appearance, back in the day. Davy was very talented, and very special. All my love to his family. I hope you can take comfort in knowing you will see him again. God Bless You All.

Posted by ll - longtime admirer   March 04, 2012

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I have loved you from the moment I saw you perform. You were my idol my whole life. I fantacized that I was your wife. You will always be in my heart. God keep you close!

Posted by debra nerbonne - fan   March 04, 2012

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I was a kid when the Monkees became famous. Everyone liked them. Such great music. David was a sweet, good looking guy, so friendly. His death came as a shock.

Posted by June Meek - fan   March 04, 2012

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I was about 7or8 years old when the Monkee's TV show came on. I was totally in Love with Davy Jones. When I learned of his death, I was devistated. I will always remember him and love him till it's my turn to see him in heaven. I watched the show everytime it came on. Never missed an episode. Love you Davy. R.I.P.

Posted by Glenda Howe - Fan   March 04, 2012

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You were my first love, you were my last love, and now you are in our hearts forever...I hope there are horses in heaven...rest peacefully Davy.

Posted by Krista    March 04, 2012

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My deepest sympathy to Davey Jones family. I was sadden to hear the news and I was always a Hugh fan of the monkees.

Posted by penny    March 04, 2012

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Growing up in the 60's and 70's Davy brought us TRUE music...went to see the Monkees later on...so glad to have these memories. Rest in peace.

Posted by Monica - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy was my favorite monkey I loved him so much I always dreamed of him, I will miss his hansome face and his funny side.

Posted by jackie shiver - serious fan   March 04, 2012

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I remember when The Monkees aired on Saturdays and one Saturday we were getting ready to go to a wedding and my parents needed to go to the store to purchase something and I stayed home because I wanted to see the show and the song For Pete's Sake began to be played at the end of the show I too wanted to be the girl who captured Davy's heart because even at the age of 6 I was crushing on him in an innocent way because back then there was an innocence to crushes. Loved him on The Brady Bunch too. That lucky Maureen McCormick getting to kiss that cutie. Loved what Mike Nesmith wrote and may Davy join his beloved mother in Heaven along with the LORD. RIP sweet soul and hopefully when it is my turn to depart from this world I will have the chance to finally meet you. GOD bless your loved ones as well

Posted by Luz M Rico    March 04, 2012

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I grew up watching and listening to the monkees...great memories. God Bless his family and friends. RIP

Posted by Larry - fan   March 04, 2012

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God Bless you for all the joy you shared with us and the memories. I will always remember you when I sing your songs.

Posted by Sheree - fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy was my first crush. And it does my heart good to see that in all of the posts and memories I've read since his passing (and I've read a LOT), no one has a bad word to say about him. In fact, most say he was a lovely man to EVERYONE-what a wonderful legacy! I thank God for the gift of Davy's voice and acting that we'll always have to cherish, and I ask Him to please bless and comfort his loved ones and fans. Rest in Peace, Davy-you were, are, and always will be LOVED!

Posted by Vickie Reeves - Fan of 45 years   March 04, 2012

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I will miss you

Posted by jasmine King - Fan   March 04, 2012

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You were the Bluebird of Happiness at our house on Saturday mornings...thank you, always, for that.

Posted by Lola Schiefelbein    March 04, 2012

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Part of my past seemed to have passed away when I heard of your passing away. Thanks for the laughter, the songs and the memories. You will be missed.

Posted by Karen - Fan   March 04, 2012

very friendly guy rest in peace davy

Posted by wendy fisher - ft lauderdale, FL   March 04, 2012

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May you rest in peace Davy.

Posted by Wendy - fan   March 04, 2012

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IT'S ALWAYS HARD TO HEAR THIS KIND OF NEWS... I LOVED THE MONKEES, THEIR TV SHOW, AND THEIR MUSIC TOO. WHEN SOMEONE FROM YOUR CHILDHOOD DIES IT FEELS LIKE YOU LOST A FRIEND... SO YOU'RE FREE NOW, GET YOUR WINGS AND SOAR TO THE SKY. R.I.P. DAVY.. YOU WILL BE MISSED!

Posted by RHONDA MARSHALL - FAN   March 04, 2012

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I will always have a place in my heart for Davy Jones.

Posted by sandy    March 04, 2012

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You were my childhood crush and somehow this doesn't seem real. RIP Davy, you will be missed!!

Posted by Charmaine - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I only wish I could say I knew Davy personally, but I was definitely a distant part of his life by being one of the millions of fans he, Micky, Mike, and Peter had. Davy will be greatly missed by all of us. We will all continue to love you Davy, may you rest in peace, you truly were an angel among us, and now you are an angel that will watch over all of us from the clouds, and because of you, Davy, all of us will always be Daydream Believers.

Posted by Raeyvannah - Fan since my childhood   March 04, 2012

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I met Davy a few years ago and what a gentleman he was. I will truly miss him.

Posted by Ann    March 04, 2012

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Davy Jones was my favorite of the all the Monkees when I was a little girl. So cute, so funny and what a smile. His accent was dreamy and who could not want to kiss the poster of him hanging on my closet door. My cousin was lucky enough to play a part on their show one season, and I still have the autographed photo that she sent back to me, along with the Monkees' fan club pin and letters from the group. A wonderful memory, A wonderful person. We will miss you Davy. God Bless your family and I know we will meet again in Heaven one day. I am a Believer.

Posted by Suzanne - Fan   March 04, 2012

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With sympathy

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,

Love leaves a memory no one can steal

Davy will live on in the hearts of his fans, family and loved ones . . .

Posted by Donna Hollar - A Devoted Fan   March 04, 2012

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listen to the monkees and watching the TV show

Posted by diana - enjoyed the monkees   March 04, 2012

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I remember watching The Monkees the time when I was younger and loved and laughed so much watching them do some crazy stunts. I have a 16 year old son, Bryce, who possesses Autism and absolutley lives the music of The Monkees and also watched many reruns on TV...when they were on...Mr Davy Jones, you was an icon along with your 'partners' in crime:))...The Monkees TV show is and always will be a fave of mine as well as my son...Not too many 16 year olds know or knew who The Monkees are...God Bless Your Family and Friends...Rest in Peace, Davy.

Posted by Patty Weaver - A fan   March 04, 2012

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Always a bright light in the darkness. Your aura will shine always.

Posted by Debbi McNeil    March 04, 2012

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A piece of my teen years went with you, Davy. RIP.
Judy, Milwaukee, WI

Posted by Judy    March 04, 2012

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I feel so bad at Davy Jone's loss. I was a Monkees fan all those years ago, and he was just so gorgeous, fun and beautiful. Saw him at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, and met him at a Con not too long ago. He was very special, and I send my love and great sympathy to his wife, daughters, family, and to Mickey, Peter and Michael. Davy will live always in our hearts

Posted by Connie Colvin - Admirer   March 04, 2012

It saddens my heart to hear of Davy Jones passing. I have recently been watching a re-run of the MONKEES on antenna TV 46-2. It brought back old memories when I was a child and he was my idol. The Magazine "Tiger Beat" was popular. I was in the 6th grade and couldn't wait for school to end to get home and watch the MONKEES. They came on around 4:00pm in my area in NC.
What nostalgia feelings I have . . . and time sure seems to fly and I know Davy is flying with the Angels. I will miss you!
A devoted fan. Donna

Posted by Donna - Claremont, NC - Devoted Fan   March 04, 2012

God Bless you Davy~ & Thank you for all you've done for the happiness of your fans. Your music/entertaining will be terribly missed! & so will your smile!! My heart goes out to the family, I'm so sorry!!! Peace be with you Davy!!!!!!!

Posted by April Moore - Burlington, IA - A big fan   March 04, 2012

I am so sad that another contempary has moved on to a better place. He brought many smiles to mine and others.

Posted by Karen - Huntington, NY - fan   March 04, 2012

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Sending my regards for my Aunt Doris. Rest in peace Davey Jones, we will miss you terribly I know what its like to loose a close one. I lost my mom and dad. Im sure you have a bunch of fans that crushed on you. My prayers are with ya. Sincerely Doris Atkinson.

Posted by JUDY SMITH - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Godspeed. You gave the world many happy memories.

Posted by Mary Taylor - Fan   March 04, 2012

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RIP sweet Davy, You gave us music to listen for many years to come. I have been a fan since I was 10, I watched the show everyday. We sang to your records and hung posters. I am 55 now and still love listening to you. You were fantastic, may you rest in peace among the angels and in Gods loving arms. You will be in the hearts of many. We will miss you always.

Posted by Doreen - a fan   March 04, 2012

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My sincere sympathy to the family. My prayers are with you. The Monkees are one
of my all time favorite groups, and I still
listen to their music today. He will truly
be missed

Mary

Posted by Mary C.    March 04, 2012

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Rest in Pease Davy Thank You for the music and the memories

Posted by George Burns - Gunnison2@aol.com   March 04, 2012

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First, my sincere condolences to his family and close friends, especially Talia, Sarah, Jessica, and Anabel.
To say I was shocked to learn of David's passing would be a gross understatement. I still feel as though I'm walking in a nightmare.
I've been a fan since I was a little girl back in 1966. The Monkees, and David, were more to me than a voice on a record or a face in a magazine or on a wall. They were so much a part of my childhood. My sister and I still love them to this day. I am greatly blessed to have met David several times - although it took 30 years for the first meeting! Each time he put on a great show, and afterward would stay for hours signing autographs and having his picture taken. I had some very funny, although brief, conversations with him.
While the world is less bright without him in it, he will live in my heart forever. RIP, David. You are truly loved and missed.

Posted by Cynthia Summey - First Generation Fan   March 04, 2012

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God Bless You. I have great memories of being little and listening to the Monkeys. My thoughts go out to his family. I remember seeing Davy in the Play Grease in SF. He played the Radio Anouncer. That would have been awesome to see a Monkeys reunion.

Posted by shoandra - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Loved the Monkees. Loved Boyce & Hart, too. Great music. Miss you already, Davy.

Posted by Kaptin - fan   March 04, 2012

I remember seeing the Monkees for the first time at the Holiday Star Theater in Merrillville, Indiana. The opening act was Weird Al Yankovik. It was such a Wonderful Show. I also got the opportunity to see them again at the same theater. It filled my heart with such sadness when my mom called me and told me about his death. I swallowed my heart. I just can't wrap my head around it. He was loved by many and always will be and will always have a place in my heart for him and the memories and his legacy will live on forever. My heart and prayers go out to his family and Mickey, Peter, and Mike. Love to you all!!!!!! <3ann harris marie><3>

Posted by Ann Marie Harris - Hammond, IN - fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy, I watched the Monkees all the time. You were my first rock and roll idol. You will be missed. Nancy

Posted by Nancy Mielnicki    March 04, 2012

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LAST TRAIN TO CLARKSVILLE,AN ITS HIS LAST STOP BEFORE HE GETS OFF AT THE TWILIGHT ZONE! AMEN!

Posted by william brandon - fan   March 04, 2012

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JUST ALL THE GREAT MEMORIES.Davy was my first love all at the age of 12.I had so many Monkees items thet were every where. I was lucky to see his 2 x.SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FANTASTIC!!!!!!That voice he was so cute.When I was 12 all the kids teased me because I LOVED Davy-who cared not me!!Rest in Peace SWEET DAVY and thanks for all the GOOD TIMES.
Joanne

Posted by JOANNE - FAN   March 04, 2012

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I was very upset to hear that Davy passed away. The sitcom, "The Monkees", brought a lot of joy to my life. I was heartbroken when it ended. I still listen to the music. I will always love the Monkees music. I will keep Davy in my prayers. I will miss him a lot. I still cannot believe that happened to him. He was so young.

Posted by Ann Marie Norman - a fan   March 04, 2012

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I love thier music and thier show.

Posted by Magdalene Montemayor - N/A   March 04, 2012

Davy, I will remember you always the feeling that I had after you Micky and Peter played and all the shows at Epcot that I saw thru the years. Thank you for making my life for the past 30 years more joyful just because I feel in love with you guys and your music... RIP and see you on the other side :)

Posted by Deborah Estes - Clearwater, FL - fan   March 04, 2012

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I'm 61 yrs. old. I still play only 60's music. The Monkeys brought me so much joy and still do. So sorry he is gone.i ache for all our loss.

Posted by FRANCES MILLER - a devoted fan   March 04, 2012

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thank you for lighting my life with song, dance and laughs.

Posted by Kendi Doc Lawhorn    March 04, 2012

i will miss you davy. may you rest in peace. you will always be a heart throb.

Posted by cheryl fann - cave city, KY - fan   March 04, 2012

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Many fans await you in Heaven. My very first crush. Prayers go out to your family and friends.

Posted by Valerie McCort - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I'll definately miss him. The Monkees made a resurgence in the 1980's. Me, my brother, and my sisters all would watch The Monkees. It was one of our favorite all time shows. We still love them--so very much. Goodbye, Davy, I'll always love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Denise Perry - Fan   March 04, 2012

Thank you for all the joy you brought to my life. You were my first crush, at 4. The first dance I learned was the one you did in "Daydream Believer". My two best friends and I giggled and swooned over you at 12, when The Monkees in Syndication. And the songs were an amazing part of my Childhood Soundtrack. You brought a lot of people a lot of joy. Well done. Rest easy, Daydreamer.

Posted by Rebecca Sommerhauser - St. Louis - fan   March 04, 2012

So sad for Davy's daughters and his wife may they find comfort to know that his is in heaven and it is much brighter there now! I grew up listening to his music and watching him and the monkeeys on tv and dreamed someday to meet and marry him but, that did not happen! So at that time I loved from afar! Still love and am sadden too at losing him! So I will have to wait till I go to heaven to get to meet him but, I know my dad has been with him and told him about how I played his music so loud and drove him crazy watching the Monkeeys! So R.I.P. Davy and someday I will see you! Love you!

Posted by vicky floyd - bowling green, KY - fan   March 04, 2012

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May you rest in Blessed Peace Davey.I enjoyed many shows of yours. And you were my 1st heart crush. God Bless You <3>

Posted by Kathy - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I will always remember the heart throbs I gotfrom davy. He was my first teen idol. I got very angry when my parents taped my poster of him on the inside of our commode. They thought it was hilarious!!

Posted by marsha morris sanders - devoted fan   March 04, 2012

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he was my favorite Monkey on the tv show and he always had the best smile he will be missed

Posted by Christina - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I had two oppurtunities to see Davy Jones perform. The first was the Monkees 20th reunion tour in 1986 at the age of 16. i was on someone's shoulders in 3rd row. Davy was so amazing. the last time i saw him was in the early 1990s when he played Vince Vontaine in the musical production of GREASE. I got to meet him after the show and got his autograph. that was truly a dream come true. He was and will always be my favorite monkee....I will miss him terribly

Posted by Meredith Rae Stallings - fan   March 04, 2012

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I am deeply saddened by the loss of such a wonderfully talented singer, actor, all around entertainer. I have loved The Monkees and especially Davy sice I was 3 years old. I had the pleasute of meeting Mr. Jones and he said because of what my Mom told him about me loving him since I was 3, that I was his ultimate fan...Davy, I always will be. I will miss you and my thoughts and prayers go out to your wife and lovely Daughters. They had the best there was!!!!

I love you Davy, Rest in peace sweet soul.

Posted by Bonny Blaisdell - loyal fan   March 04, 2012

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My sister and I saw the Monkees at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles as they were finishing up their tour for their 45 year reunion. Oh, what a night! The concert was AWESOME and David sang and danced like he had years ago. I was especially touched when he sang and dedicated "Thank you Girl" to his little grandaughter who was in the audience. I too am a grandparent of young ones and I could really relate to the love he had for his sweet Lauren. I am so thankful I finally got to see the band, of course Davy was always my favorite as a young teen and I have wonderful memories of the show, of the teen magazine articles, his pictures taped all over my bedroom walls, etc. It's so true, what a wonderful entertainer he was and you could tell he always gave his best and loved what he was doing. Thank you, Davy. Rest now. I'll always love you. God bless you and your loved ones forever. Jeanine

Posted by Jeanine Perruzzi - A loving fan   March 04, 2012

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my favorite teen idol, whose poster hung on my wall and i love the show the monkees, always made me laugh and smile. thanks for the memories.

Posted by gayla    March 04, 2012

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I will truly miss you davy. I really enjoyed your music, enjoyed seeing you in person and getting your autographs. You will live on in my heart forever. Love always your real biggest fan Angela Harris

Posted by Angela Harris - Real Big Fan   March 04, 2012

I'm 49 years old and when I was a little girl about 4 or 5 years old, Davy Jones came to a parking lot at a store near my home and had a free concert. I was such a huge fan that my father took me there and had me on his shoulders so I could see Davy and he could see me. One of my founded memeries as a kid. As an adult, I saw him several time in concert with Peter and Mickey. The Monkees and my young Niece dared me to go up to the stage and tell Davy I loved him. I did and he said I love you to. He will be forever missed by me and his music will live on forever. RIP DAVY

Posted by TERRI ROSENBERG - Philadelphia, PA - #1 Fan   March 04, 2012

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DAVY WAS FINE AND SEXY THEN AND HE STILL IS. REST IN PEACE DAVY I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU. YOUR FAMILY AND THE WORLD WERE BLESSED TO HAVE YOU .

Posted by GLENDA HOUSTON TEXAS - fan   March 04, 2012

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I remeber Davy Jones well as the monkeys and on the Brady Bunch so sad he is gone.

Posted by Mary Ann Baker - fan   March 04, 2012

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You were a great inspiration and will be truly missed. May you continue to rock in Heaven.

Posted by jennifer lerman - fan   March 04, 2012

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I meet davey in reno in 1987 ftr the concert he was signing autographs and he made a commnt to me that he seen me smiling in the crowd. That is when he stole heart. Thinking of your family and freinds. Theyr in my prayers love and mis tammy denver colo

Posted by tammylow - freind   March 04, 2012

I'm so glad that I went to see the Monkees last summer at the Greek. They were awesome, and my goodness, what memories it brought back...a few songs that I hadn't heard for decades. Several years ago saw Davy perform in Pasadena at a terrific, intimate, outside venue.....you could tell how much he loved to perform. He walked down in the audience, and to my great delight, he walked up to me, held my hand, and sang! One of the best moments of my life....I will always love you, Davy.

Posted by carol hill - sylmar, CA   March 04, 2012

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Davy, you were my very first crush as I watched you on TV back in'66. I will always remember your warm smile and beautiful voice. You are a prince of a guy & I will love you 4-ever! May you RIP....

Posted by Dee Schneider    March 04, 2012

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I loved the show and his music.

Posted by Anna Tor - Fan   March 04, 2012

Davy Jones ,You will be sadly missed ,I have been a fan for fortyfive years.Iwill say a prayer for you and your loved ones.GODBLESS you all.

Posted by Donna Lawrence - Worcester, MA - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Rest in Peace Davy Jones! Many good memories listening to your music!!! You'll be missed by many!

Posted by Julie Davidson - fan   March 04, 2012

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You will missed Davy.

Posted by Pattie Chenault - fan   March 04, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones. You will be truly missed and God Bless you !

Posted by Simone Alvarez - Fan   March 04, 2012

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You will be missed, Davy. RIP

Posted by Paula Walkup    March 04, 2012

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RIP Davy...you will be missed dearly!! <3>

Posted by Teri Fetterhoff    March 04, 2012

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i hope that davy rest in peace. and, he's in a better place.

Posted by Lisa Lowder - fan   March 04, 2012

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I always loved Davy Jones. He was so much fun to watch and so cute. RSP

Posted by Lillian - fan   March 04, 2012

Davy will be missed by so many, especially my daughter and myself. :(

Posted by RJ - St Louis, MO - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Thank you, Davy, for all the wonderful music & fun you gave us over the years. You will be missed but your songs & tv shows will last. I will keep your family in prayer for comfort.

Posted by Yvonne Van Brimmer - fan   March 04, 2012

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One of my earliest memories is watching Davy and the Monkees when I was 4 years old. I still have my first album "The Monkees Greatest Hits". R.I.P. Davy I will always love you.

Posted by Lorie Roberts    March 04, 2012

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RIP Davy...you where a big part of my life when i was growing up..i don't think i missed a show and i had all your albums..wish i still had them...carol

Posted by carol - a fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy you will be missed. God has another angel to sing in the heavens. Been a fan since 1966 from the very first Monkees show on TV. I was only 8 years old then and just fell in love with your face and voice. Been a fan ever since... I am so glad I got to see you,Micky and Peter in the 80's on tour and then in 2009 I got to see you at Family Graw for Mardi Gras in my hometown of Metairie, LA..May you be at peace and may your family find peace. My prayers are with them at this time of sorrow.

Posted by Liz Perrin    March 04, 2012

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I remember watching The Monkees when I was a little girl. I loved the show and your music. I remember dreaming about people wheeling me in a big bed on the street. RIP Davy. Bridget, IL

Posted by Bridget - A Fan   March 04, 2012

My sister and I send are Deepest Sympathy in your loss of a great singer,we grew-up and have many fun memories of Davy and the Monkees
God Bless you all. Debby and Lorri

Posted by Debby Wilson - Fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy you were my first love, at the age of 10....I have loved you for 45 years, and as your song says, I will love you forever.... you will never know how deeply and sincerely you were loved...by all of your fans....We Will all LOVE YOU FOREVER...

Posted by Janice Ball - fan   March 04, 2012

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i have loved davey jones
all my life he is a wonderful person .
i will miss him alot .RIP

Posted by Lynne - fan   March 04, 2012

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I am deeply saddened by this loss. I have been a fan over 40 years and always carried all of you (Monkees,and their families) in my heart. I saw Davy perform only once, what a shame. I planned to see him again and take my sister. I am praying for comfort for Davy's friends and family.

Posted by Ann Hill - fan   March 04, 2012

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Davy, you were my very first idol at 2 years old in 1966. My love for your talent and being carried on with intensity. You know how large a collection I have and how the only person that would get it was you for your museum. Now what will I do? How can I smile? I miss you Davy and can't talking with you I will miss the most.
Kevin Stafford

Posted by Kevin Stafford - Friend   March 04, 2012

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Davy, you will be missed. You were an awesome performer, and person. God Bless you.

Posted by Debby Ann Jones - Fan   March 04, 2012

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I grew up watching the Monkees and Davy was my first heart throb. Thank you for sharing your talent and music with us. RIP Davy you will be greatly missed. Nashville TN love you!

Eileen Jones
Nashville TN

Posted by Eileen Caldwell - fan   March 03, 2012

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I always enjoyed there music

Posted by stephen dawson    March 03, 2012

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I seen a concert at the Schuylkill County Fair, Summit Station, PA a few years ago. Truly enjoyed it. I belonged to The Monkee's fan club when the show began. I will miss you, Davy :(

Posted by Anna G    March 03, 2012

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RIP DAVEY... WE WILL MISS YOU...

Posted by chris    March 03, 2012

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God Bless you Davy, you made my sophamore year in high school more fun than I could ever have imagined. Couldn't wait to watch The Monkees every week and share reviews with friends the next day. Thanks for being so entertaining. See you on the other side.
Love, Eileen

Posted by Eileen Petersen - still a fan   March 03, 2012

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My husband took me to see Davy at a casino in Louisiana. There was standing room only, but he was worth the wait. God bless you Davey. Keep singing for us from heaven,

Posted by M Saurage    March 03, 2012

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I watched the Monkee's everyday growing up and like all my friends fell in love with Davy... My heart goes out to his family. Davy you are badly missed... and will always be... We Love you!!!!!

Posted by Sandy Williams - Big Fan   March 03, 2012

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My Thoughts and Prayers are with Davy's Family and Friends.. RIP Davy you will be missed.

Posted by Ida Soules - Fan   March 03, 2012

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My thoughts and prayers are with the family. We the public share in your grief at this time. He loved his horses but most of all he loved his family. I will never for get him. His music will live on for ever.

Posted by Wendall Smith    March 03, 2012

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I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF DAVYS' PASSING. HE WAS A GREAT SINGER, ACTOR, AND HE WILL BE SORELY MISSED. I STILL SEE RERUNS OF THE MONKEES ON ANTENNA TV AND IT NEVER GETS OLD, THE MONKEES WAS A BREAKTHROUGH SERIES......MONKEES LIVE ON FOREVER!!!!
CONDOLENCES TO HIS WIFE AND FAMILY, ALSO HIS FELLOW MONKEES....

Posted by CATHY BYRAM - FAN   March 03, 2012

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You were my teen idol....you are home now...

Posted by shelly - fan   March 03, 2012

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So very thankful to have been a part of the fun before and after the concerts here in North Carolina with Davy and the band.
Jessica, my prayers are for you and for Davy's family. May God bless you all.

Posted by Donna - Forever Fan Of Davy Jones   March 03, 2012

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My sympathies to his family and friends. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by suzanne - fan   March 03, 2012

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davy you will be missed aigned barbara zantow

Posted by barbara zantow - fan of monikes   March 03, 2012

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Davy, I will miss you and I will always LOVE YOU Love MONKEE (nashville)

Posted by sharon swetman - friend   March 03, 2012

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To all of his daughters and extended family, i am quite sad to hear of their father's death.

Davy Jones always seemed to be a decent fellow. I hope he enjoyed his life with his family & enjoyed his horses.

With regards to the Monkees, i wish that they had creative control from the outset. Although they would have needed time to develop which would have been a problem with a tv show.

They really were forerunners to the music videos that aired on MTV. Many people will always remember this group fondly. I was a kid in the 1970's when i watched the show.

God Bless you and your family, Davy
RIP

Sincerely, Catherine Burke

Posted by c. burke    March 03, 2012

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May prayers to Davy's family and friends at this difficult time. His star will shine bright always!

Posted by Kelleanne Miles - fan   March 03, 2012

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Rest in peace.

Posted by Jan - fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy Jones was one of the nicest people i have seen on tv and i got to see him in person in the late 90's . He had a personality you just liked. He will be missed by all. RIP Davy . My condolences to his wife and children.

Posted by richard dunlap - fan   March 03, 2012

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To a beautiful soul who helped influence a generation to believe in love. You are with us always, Davy! See you on the other side!

Posted by Mike - a fellow sojourner in life.   March 03, 2012

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May you rest in peace You were one of my favorite bands!

Posted by Margaret York - fan   March 03, 2012

You were every girls heart throb ! Loved you since I first saw you and heard you sing . Guess God needed some good music to listen to. Donna

Posted by donna    March 03, 2012

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you will be greatly missed my thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends you will always be remembered

Posted by joyce elsner - platte center, NE - fan   March 03, 2012

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He was such a talented guy, very friendly and always had a genuine smile.
He will be sorely missed.
May he rest in peace.

Posted by Gary Rhodes - always a fan/friend   March 03, 2012

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To an the Jones family. You haave been fortunate to have such a joyous person in your live. I grew up with the Monkees and will never forget the joy the brought to there show and to the people who watched. Also attented his concerts in W. Chester Pa and at the great hall at the Jersey shore. May you rest in peace.

Posted by Drew Elgrim - fan   March 03, 2012

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Thanks for all the great memories Davy, you will surely be missed. RIP

Posted by connie    March 03, 2012

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May God be with your family in their time of sorrow and grief

Posted by nancy west - fan   March 03, 2012

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The music world lost one of its greatest. Although I am too young to know of the Monkees' debut, I remember watching reruns of the show as a kid. I was able to see Davy three times in concert in MA and they were three of the best shows I have ever been to. Thanks for the music and rest in peace "Daydream Believer"

Posted by Laura Cole    March 03, 2012

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Met Davy and Micky in the 70s when they were "Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart" in NYC, moved to Texas, and met Micky at a Dallas Car Show and posed by the Monkeemobile and got a pic taken and an autograph. Later, when they were touring for their 20th reunion, saw, Davy, Micky & Peter at an outdoor concert which I think was held at Fair Park.

My condolences to his family, friends, and us fans.

Posted by Laura - fan of over 45 years   March 03, 2012

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Davey: You will be sadly missed. I grew up with your music,and it gave me alot of joy whenever I heard a Monkees song on the air. I sang along with it like it was yesterday. God Bless your family and sing some songs for my brother and dad up there with you.
Marie

Posted by Marie Michael - Fan   March 03, 2012

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You were my first heart throb. You will be missed.

Posted by Jennifer Molz Gotschall    March 03, 2012

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Dear Mrs. Davy Jones and Family,
Our deepest sympathy to the loss of Davy. May God give you all comfort and peace at this time. God Bless his sweet soul. We always enjoyed him since the 60 s . I even saw the Monkees in concert in Baltimore, Maryland. They were great and he could always bring a smile to my face with his singing and antics. Now God has another great singer up in the heavens. We will miss your sweet face.
love your fans,Ruth and Joel Forney and cats New Cumberland, Penn.

Posted by Ruth/Joel Forney - fans   March 03, 2012

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You were really great Davy and a big part of my childhood. You will never be forgotten.

Posted by Terri Boldyga - Big Fan   March 03, 2012

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I remember standing in Boston for hours waiting to meet you at your book signing. More than worth it . Loved you loved your music, you will be missed! rest in peace Davy.

Posted by rene case - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Our prayers are with your family. May God be with you and comfort you

Posted by Kathy Patrick    March 03, 2012

Wow, Davy...I was just driving back from my high school reunion and pointed out where you lived to the couple I was riding with. Just this past weekend---then the next day you are gone from us. I wish you could hear and read all the lovely tributes from everyone whose lives you impacted. I hope the good wishes go with you as your spirit leaves the earth. Godspeed, Davy. I hope your family is comforted by all the love and respect poured out for you this week.

Posted by Kyrila Scully - Orlando, FL - Fan   March 03, 2012

My sister and I fought over which one of us could "like" Davy. She won and I ended up with Peter Torkilson. We sang the songs and watched the show religiously. She is also passed...two years ago, small cell lung cancer at the age of 55. And time moves on as we say good-bye to the ones we love. Thank you for the music and the laughter and for being a part of my youth and life Davy you were loved by millions of teenage girls and you will be missed

Posted by MARILYN HARVILLE - Owensboro, KY   March 03, 2012

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I was 13 years old when I first saw Davy on the Monkees. He was my first love. My walls were covered with his pictures. I followed his career but was never able to see him in person. I had plans tto see him this May at Epcot. Sadly, that will not be. I have spent the last few days listening to his music, watching videos, and reading and listening to interviews. Davy was a great and humble man. I hope to see him someday in Heaven.

Posted by Barbara Fairservice - Fan   March 03, 2012

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My heart is broken. God bless you Davy for all the joy you have given. You will so be missed.

Posted by Chris    March 03, 2012

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you will be saddly missed by a lot of you fans

Posted by tina marone - fan   March 03, 2012

Davy had the looks, talent, and class that a teen idol should have. He knew how to carry himself. I wish I still had my teen beat magazines. I always had his latest pictures on my bedroom wall. I'm sure he's singing in Heaven now. I will never forget when I heard he died or where I was.I wish his wife and daughters the best. God Bless Them. RIP Davy. You melted every girl's heart, young and old. We'll never forget you. We still Love You and Always Will.

Posted by Linda C. - Hamilton, OH - long time fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy,

It truly is a shock in your passing. I, remember you and the monkees coming to binghamton arena in New York. What a fun show that was for me. You will be missed.

Posted by Jill - Fan   March 03, 2012

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RIP Davy, to the family: I am really sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences. Davy was a great man/singer.

Posted by Debra W. Moore    March 03, 2012

Rest in peace Davy, may God watch over his family... you were a hearthrob when I was a teenager along with your close friend David Cassidy.. too young to leave this world..

Posted by Teresa Burton - Mechanicsville, VA   March 03, 2012

I met Davey & Mickey @ the Diplomat hotel in the 70's. I saw they were the entertainment for the night, so my BF & I went, it was called, "the Dolenze Jones Show" Diplomat back then was the #1 venus. he walked over to our table, & next thing ya know, he has my whole family there, & from that point on while he was in FL, I saw him Everyday, after the show, he went back to east sussex, England, he wrote me weekly. I still have it all , Davey , I promised I'd never tell the secerts we shared, & never will, my deepest sympatly to your current family. when I heard it, I creid my eyes out, my husband let me know, I haven't lost a feirnd, but gained an angel, see u up in heaven davy

Posted by Sandy Van Natter Clark - Lakeland, FL - 40 yr friendship   March 03, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones, You gave the world alot of memories and fun times listening to your music. You were adorable to watch. You left this world much to soon. Heaven has gained another angel to serenade God. Peace my friend !!!

Posted by Linda Kay Sloat - fan   March 03, 2012

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I grew up watching the Monkees on Tv and was hooked as a huge fan ever since. I had the great privilege to see him perform at the state fair. He sounded great as always it was a definate dream come to true for me.
Davy's death was a huge shock and he will be greatly missed. I wish his family all the best.

Posted by Kim Criswell    March 03, 2012

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I grew up in the world of the Monkees. They came to be, they year I was born. I spent early life and school age life laughing and enjoying their antics. I know that Davy was planning a reunion tour, so sad that it'll never come to fruition.He will be terribly missed and my prayers and thoughts go out to his family. R.I.P Davy

Posted by Sherri Filley - Long time Fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy,

You put the "Great", in Great Britian! Thank you for introducing me to England with your warmth, love and talent! We love you, Davy!

Posted by Maritza Perez - Fan   March 03, 2012

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I am sorry for the family loss, he will be missed

Posted by carole saperstein    March 03, 2012

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Loved The Monkees then and still do.
RIP Davy. Heaven has another angel.
You will be missed terribly by family, friends and fans.

Posted by Tracy - fan   March 03, 2012

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will miss you very much but will remember you always for your smile and laughter rest in peace you

Posted by mary ann    March 03, 2012

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Thanks for all the fun and laughter you gave. Rest in peace.

Posted by Donna - FAN   March 03, 2012

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rest in peace davey jones you were my idol when i was growing up my girlfriend amnd i always listened to the monkee records whwen we were growing up and even now that i am older i still listen to the records of the monkees.

Posted by martha surprise - fan   March 03, 2012

I was only 10 when my sister and I use to watch The Monkees on tv. Wehardly ever missed a show. I also remember building the Monkee mobile and diplaying in my room. When my wife and I were dating we went to see the Monkees in concert at Lowry park zoo but I lost track of them after that. Its sad when any one dies but Davys death really hit home, I am very sorry for his familys loss, but he will not be forgotten as long as I am on this earth. God Bless!

Posted by rick kramar - seffner, FL - fan   March 03, 2012

i am saddened to hear of the death of your father, cousin, and friend. He was loved by many and will truly be missed. Davy Jones RIP

Posted by debbie - fan   March 03, 2012

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Sitting on the floor in front of the TV on Monday nights watching the show with my heart fluttering when Davy appeared. Two wonderful concerts--one with fifth row seats. I will miss him so much. He was a wonderful entertainer. My heart goes out to his family.

Posted by Donna Brown - faniH   March 03, 2012

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I grew up with you guys......so sad to here you have passed....my deepest sympathies to your family.

Posted by gare    March 03, 2012

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davey i will aways rember you may you rest in peace

Posted by diana    March 03, 2012

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What a smile this man had!! It shined brighter than any candle we could light. As so many fans have posted, we all loved this person as a Monkee and as a nice man. I hope Heaven holds a special place for him to ride his horses, sing and smile. RIP dear Davy and know you were loved all over the world by family, friends and many fans.

Posted by Kimmie - FAN!!   March 03, 2012

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there is not enough space here to print all of the wonderful memories I have of Davy Jones. My two favorites come to mind--the Brady Bunch appearance and when I saw the Monkees at Six Flags here in Missouri. oh, and also my husband took me to see the Monkees when they were on tour about 1996. As a fan,I will always and forever remember him. God love,bless,and keep you in his care,Davy!

Posted by Connie Fancher - a fan who was in love with davy   March 03, 2012

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I WILL MISS DAVY JONES VERY MUCH... I SAW HIM PERFORM 2 TIMES... WORDS CAN NOT TELL HOW I FEEL ABOUT HIM.. HE WD8WPWAS A GREAT MAN....

Posted by ANNA LEDUC - A BELOVED FAN 4-EVER...   March 03, 2012

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He was my first crush, a bit of my youth died with him Rest in peace Davy. Portland Oregon.

Posted by Lynn - Fan   March 03, 2012

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You will always be a part of my life - then and now. You enriched so many of our lives and we shall always be forever grateful!

Posted by Lori - fan   March 03, 2012

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rest in peace you were one of a kind gonna missyou

Posted by Diane Hook    March 03, 2012

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Davy will always be a Monkee and the Artful Dodger to me and live on thru his music. Thank you for being a part of my life.

Posted by Tammy - fan   March 03, 2012

Dear sweet Davy,

I remember you with such affection from the Monkees. I am so sad that you are gone, and gone far too soon. I'llalways remember you with fondness, a sweet memory from my girlhood.

with love,

Carol

Posted by Carol    March 03, 2012

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Thank you for adding colour to my bedroom walls and laughter on Saturday mornings.

Posted by Linda B - fan   March 03, 2012

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The Monkees was my first "group"...my bedroom wall was wallpapered with their pictures. When their songs come on the radio today I can still sing every word! Davy's death was also part of my teenage years dying and a piece of my heart...rest in peace, Davy.

Posted by Sybil - Fan   March 03, 2012

You got my acting career started in a round about way. In your autobio, you had mentioned a play called "No Sex Please, We're British!" Well, one day I saw an audition notice for that same play at the Ingersoll Dinner Theatre in Des Moines, IA. Walked in, read and nailed it. Got the lead.
During the run of that play, who should come by on tour but YOU! I put up a Monkees poster on our set in honor of you being there. When I came onset that evening, saw that you had signed it. Was so happy.

Last I ever saw of you was in 1997. Got to put back a couple at the bar with you. Real nice guy. So,so sorry to see you leave the show so early on.

Rest in peace, dear Davy and thanks, for the direction.

Posted by Heather Smirnoff - Los Angeles, CA - fan   March 03, 2012

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I used to have dreams about marrying Davy Jones. I was only 13 years younger than he was, and I couldn't figure out a way to meet him. The theme song of the show stated
"we may be coming to your town", and I used to pray that one day they would come to my town and I would get to meet them. I now realize how silly I was, but it gave me hopes and dreams that I will never forget. Rest in peace, Davy. You brought a lot of joy to so many, and you will be in our hearts forever. Now you can sing your songs in heaven. I will love you forever.

Posted by Judie - Monkees Fan   March 03, 2012

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Go in peace, Davy. Thank you for everything.

Posted by Heather Smirnoff - fan   March 03, 2012

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I am sorry---for some reason the "mom" logo was entered on my message. I meant to light a candle. God Bless everyone...

Posted by Peggy H - fan   March 03, 2012

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I grew up listening to and watching the Monkees. Davy was my absolute favorite---I had the biggest crush on him, and I was so jealous of Marcia Brady when she got to meet him on her show. The song he sang about the "Girl" was always my favorite, and of course, who can forget Day Dreamer. Davy has always had the best head of hair. Gorgeous---we will miss him and I feel so bad for his gorgeous new wife and all his family. Grandkids too----I just became a grandma myself and it is a true joy.
God bless Davy's family and friends at this very sad time----Rest in peace Davy and sing, sing, sing with the angels. Can't wait to hear your music again someday in heaven. :)

Posted by Peggy H - fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy was a special person. I loved his great smile and little-boy charm. He was 66 years oold, but looked miuch younger. I saw his 45th anniversary concert in South Bend, Indiana last year and Davey stole the show. I wish they would have signed attographs. Davey danced up a storm and had so much energy. I saw he lived in Florida with his third wife, who was 33 years old. So, I guess he died happy. I am praying for his family to get through their grief. I lost my husband, so secretly I fantasied about hooking up with Davey Jones. I have been watching the Brady Bunch episode and listening to The Monkees music to go down memory=lane. I hope you can sing with the angels in Heaven now, Davey. We will miss you. You touched my life, and I will never forget you or the talent you had.

Posted by Diane Martin - A Fan   March 03, 2012

I grew up listentig to the Monkees, but, Davy was one of my favorites. just like many other teenage girls.In later years, I would follow there carees and to see where they were playing at..I got to see them in concert in Virginai Beach, Va. They were really awesome..It brought back alot of children memeories with them...I hope that Davy, you rest in peach..and God Be With you.thanks for all the love and concideration that you showed you fans..We loved you then and we will always love you in the futrue...Love you Jeanne

Posted by Jeanne White - Petersburg, VA - friend/fan   March 03, 2012

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Loved the Monkees...had the opportunity to attend their concert in my hometown of South Bend, Indiana in June of 2011. LOVED IT. Took me right back to being 16 all over again. Thanks for the memories!

Posted by Marcia Riggs - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Watched The Monkeys all the time on tv! Was one of my favorite shows! Still love the music to this day! Davy was always my favorite monkey! Got to see him and Mickey live on the cape where I live! They performed at a club here so got to see them!

Posted by Diane Daszuta - Hugr fan   March 03, 2012

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The Monkees were an important part of growing up for me and getting into music in the 1960's. I was proud of being a member of the National Monkees Fan Club when I was in Jr. High School. I had my own Monkees book cover, pen, button and even a membership card. I put the Monkees book cover on my English book. All the Monkees were funny, but if the Monkees had a lead person in the band it was Davey! I'm very sad now that he is gone!

Posted by David A. Yanashot - National Monkees Fan Club   March 03, 2012

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will miss you

Posted by Darcy Thompson    March 03, 2012

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Davy Thank you for smiles and laughter you will live in our hearts and memory forever
always a Monkee fan Jodi

Posted by jodi - fan   March 03, 2012

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You were such a big part of my life and my sisters' lives growing up. Such a beautiful, lovely voice that continues to make me smile to this day. So very sad you are gone. You are loved and you will be missed.

Posted by Barbara    March 03, 2012

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I was a big fan of the monkees. They were big part of my life he will be so missed . I love you babe. Keep singing in heaven.

Posted by cathy conklin - a fan of his   March 03, 2012

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So sad to hear about the death of Davy. I loved his music and show. Got to meet him in 1996 and he was the nicest man I have ever met. R.I.P Davy.

Posted by Dena Michel - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Went to a concert here in the Carolinas, Won tickets through a radio contest and was able to meet The Monkees. Davy Jones kissed me on the cheek, I almost fainted. Through the years I would see him in interviews on televison. He still had that sweet smile. Goodbye Davy, you left us way to soon. Prayers going up for your family and friends.

Posted by Nancy Bebber - Lifelong Fan   March 03, 2012

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I shall never forget the fond memories I had of your television show and music career...God Bless You and your family.

Posted by patty l bosworth    March 03, 2012

You were so great! A real human being in the Hollywood lifestyle! Hope you can see from heaven all the love that people had for you! You will be missed!

Posted by Susan - Moosic, PA - fan   March 03, 2012

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My heart is happy for his beautiful presence in this world and my now heavy for his much to early passing. Much love to those who had the pleasure of David as a colleague, friend, husband, father and family. This fan and millions over are mourning with you.

Suse

Posted by Suse Morgan - Forever Fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy made us laugh. he was every teenage girl fall for him.He had that emotion when I was 12 and up. We will miss you Davy. Rest in Peace.

Posted by cyndi Ruggieri    March 03, 2012

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May you shine as brightly in heaven as you did on earth.

Gail S.
Michigan

Posted by Gail Stegner - Fan   March 03, 2012

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david, it took me 42 years to finally meet you. rest in peace my friend.

Posted by sherry rommel - friend   March 03, 2012

R.I.P. What can I say I had all of his records and they were my favorite singing group. I grew up with him had posters all over my room.you were and are davy a great singer and actor.....god bless.

Posted by cathy    March 03, 2012

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loved all the songs of davy sad to hear he gone grew up with all songs he will be missed

Posted by freddy fredericks - fan   March 03, 2012

I am heartbroken. Davy was my favorite Monkee and as a young girl, I always chose him as my "husband" when playing house with my friends. Apparently, he loved being a husband, too (LOL). God Bless. He will be missed.

Posted by Barbara Grant - Wantagh, NY - fan   March 03, 2012

I grew up watching the Monkees and playing their music. I loved them as so many of my friends did. I was totally devastated when I heard of Davy Jones passing. He was taken much too soon. I will always love him and his music. He will be missed.

Posted by Catherine Nemmers - Lake in the Hills, IL - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Loved the Monkees. Had a huge crush on Davy when I was twelve. He was kind of "my first love." I am deeply saddened. It's like a part of my youth has died within me.

Posted by Patti Fasulo - fan   March 03, 2012

Davy Was one of the Best And We Sure Are Gonna Miss Him And He is The Nicest Guy That I Ever Met And He Will Always Be My Number One Favorite And I'LL Always Be His Number One Fan Of The Monkees Thank You Davy Jones For Your Loving Memories.
I Love You Davy Jones

Posted by Ron Forsyth - South Lyon, MI - Fan   March 03, 2012

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You're music was such a huge part of my childhood. R.I.P. Davy. You're music legacy will live on forever.

Posted by Paula Bradley Hutton    March 03, 2012

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BEING A ONLY CHILD GROWING UP, HAVING YOU AND THE OTHER GUYS, MIKE, PETER AND MICKIE THERE IN MY LIFE AND SHARING THAT EXTRA TIME I HAD WITH YOUR SHOW WHEN IT FIRST CAME OUT, WHEN I WAS AROUND 6 OR 7 YEARS OLD, WAS AND WILL ALWAYS BE SPECIAL TO ME. AND (YOUR BAND'S) MUSIC WILL FOREVER BE WITH ME. I WILL SINCERELY MISS YOU. A GREAT FAN, JEFF MARTIN.

Posted by jeff martin - A GREAT FAN   March 03, 2012

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When I was 16 years old the Monkees TV program first came on. I loved them all, but especially Davy Jones. Daydream Believer was a song that brought me such joy and lifted my soul as a young girl, and still does. I was so taken by the band and their beautiful music that I bought all of their music. As for Davy Jones, the next year I met a young Irish boy who looked so much like Davy Jones that it could have been his brother. That young boy has now been my husband for 43 years. It is with deepest sorrow that I say Goodbye to Davy. He brought life and love to a young unsure teen. And helped me to always see the positive in life. He had come to Portland last year, and I had hoped to see him this year. His life was too short. His family is in my prayers. Heaven is now singing as he adds his beautiful voice. God Bless You Davy, see you in eternity.

Posted by Margie - Fan   March 03, 2012

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I remember when I was 12 years old and my mother and aunt took my little brother (10), my 2 girlfriends, and me to Dallas, Texas for my FIRST concert and it was The Monkees with Jimi Hendrix! Wow...what an experience!! One I will never forget! I also went to see Davy and Peter in Lake Tahoe AND in Las Vegas.....at one of those venues Davy knelt down on the stage and sang, "I Wanna Be Free" to me....I was awe-struck by his charm and his sweetness! I shall remember him forever...he was my FIRST crush and I know he's in a much better place! RIP Davy...you will be sorely missed!

Sincerely,

Jerri Simmons-Asmussen
Corpus Christi, Texas

Posted by Jerri Simmons-Asmussen - Childhood fan   March 03, 2012

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I loved watching The Monkees on TV. Davey was my favorite of the group. He will be sorely missed, but fondly remembered forever. My condolences to his family & friends.

Posted by Jessica Sanders - fan   March 03, 2012

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My condolances to the family and the bandmates..thank you Davey for the music and I enjoyed reading your love for horses its been a pleasure to know more about you.thank you may you be carried in the wings of the angels..bles you

Posted by maxine orozco - fan   March 03, 2012

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I saw Davy three times in concert. I would have like to have seen him again.He was a great entertainer and had a wonderful sense of humor. Did not expect to lose him so soon. We will all miss him. My condolences go out to his family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Mary F. Hanauer    March 03, 2012

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I was 16 and i learn how to do the skate while listening to "Daydream Believer",loved his javascript:select_gift(33,%20true,%2017);singing.

Posted by mary robertson - fan   March 03, 2012

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I made Homecoming Queen the week Day Dream Believer was released. Sept. 1968. Was playing everywhere, even on my school bus. All thought you wrote for me. Chills to this day every time I hear. Love you Davy.

P.S. I sat for 3 yrs.in a huge auditorioum being nomingated for Homecoming Princess..and lost...the big one came my Senior year with your song. Love you so much...your personality, sooooo cute, and your caring in everything you did.

Posted by Betty Fritz Koehn - I made Homecoming Queen   March 03, 2012

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David, I fell in love with you (as did all my friends) when I was in junior high school and your music was the first popular music I ever listened to. You helped me get through some very tough times as a young girl and I feel so sad that I will never be able to thank you for all the gifts you gave all of us through your music, your acting, and your ability to lift people's spirits. The three times I saw you live in concert were wonderful--the magic of the Monkees will live on in our hearts for the rest of our lives.
For your family and friends, please know that all of you will be in our family's thoughts and prayers as you mourn the loss and celebrate the life of a truly incredible man. Thank you for sharing your beloved David with us.

Posted by Barbara    March 03, 2012

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sorry for your lost i go to miss you rip davy

Posted by rebecca reep    March 03, 2012

I was only 10 yr olds when the Monkees came out, and I remember Davy was my frist crush even at that age.. I love the songs he sang. I recall my Mother buying me all there albums. And also she would say you know the all there songs then your homework..But I just loved there music... RIP Davy you will be missed...

Posted by Margarita - Corona, CA - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Davey was my first crush and will always be in my heart. R.I.P. sweet man.

Posted by Sari - fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy Jones was the happinest memories of my childhood as well as my first crush. He helped me to escape the pain of my parents divorce & bring me to a happy place... if only for a short time. Then my son discovered him on MTV & The Monkees were the first concert that we took him too & my love started all over again! I can not imagine the grief his family must be feeling if I have a giant hole in my heart & loved him for a distance.. RIP Davy.. you are loved & missed...

Posted by Fran Hoffmam - foverever fam   March 03, 2012

I saw Davy Jones when he came to Kansas City and I always thought he was cute when he was young but, man did he ever make a handsome man. Love You and Will Miss You!
Most of all Thanks to my husband who took me to that first concert.

Posted by Dianna Miller - Raymore, MO - HUGE FAN!!!   March 03, 2012

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David, you were my very first crush ever in 1966 and I love you still today. Thank you so much for all the hours and years of joy you brought to me and all of your fans with your beautiful face and voice. We will miss you terribly. I will love you forever. RIP,
dearest David, and my condolences to all of your family.

Posted by Deborah Baldwin - forever fan   March 03, 2012

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His music gave me great joy and comfort during a very difficult time in my life. May God's love, peace, ame perpetual light shine upon him and bring peace to his family.

Posted by Sister Magdalene Marie - fan   March 03, 2012

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Truly sad for the loss of a beloved man and performer...I will never forget those special nights with my family that we shared with Davy. Thanks for the memories!

Posted by Amy Fragoso    March 03, 2012

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As many, growing up at the age of 10,I was ONE of many-fans of The Monkees. Wouldn't miss a show. DAVEY you have made many a girl A Believer. Gone to soon. :(

Posted by Mary Ann - Fan   March 03, 2012

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I am shocked & saddened by Davy's untimely death.
May he rest in peace. May he ride many green pastures
In Heaven as he has ridden into the hearts of many
Baby Boomers.

Posted by Cindy - Fan   March 03, 2012

I could not believe it when I saw the news that Davy had passed. My sister Bonnie and I grew up with the Monkees and our lives were brightened by the perky and cheeky Davy. We loved him and idolized him - huge teen crushes.
I am 53 and he was a little older when I had the big crush but Davy made my younger years so much more wonderful than they would have been without his music and personality. He was genuine and down to earth.
His acting career and the dreams he had after the early career with the Monkees were just as important to who he was.
I am very sad.
God bless his children and all of his family. You were blessed to have him and I join you in your grief.
Love
KIm

Posted by Kim Dunbar - College Station, TX - Fan   March 03, 2012

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October of 2000 I was at HIA headed to Nashville to visit my baby sister. I spotted a small statured man in his 50's wearing a black leather trench coat with a guitar case slung over his shoulder walking across the parking lot into the air port. I thought...nah, I'm seeing things! I looked away and back again. The man looked back towards the lot and I thought again...nah, couldn't be!He gets to the side walk infront of the airport where you can check luggage and I heard "Hello Mr Jones!" I thought, there is no way that is Davy Jones! I walked up to the same gentle man and said "Was that?" is all I got out of my mouth when they all chimed in "yes, that is Davy Jones!" I Freaked! The air port was empty so it wasn't hard to find him. I got an awsome hand shake, hug, photo of the two of us and an autograph! Suddenly getting on a tiny plane that you had board from the tarmack wasn't quite so bad! My head was in the clouds for a very, very long time! Thank you Davy for one of my greatest memories...Celeste Yordy

Posted by Celeste Yordy    March 03, 2012

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What a wonderful gift of lighthearted music and free spirited antics The Monkees gave to the 60's generation! Your pictures plastered my teenage bedroom walls and I fell in love for the 1st time! Didn't want to wash my face for months after that Davy Jones 1st KISS! Davy, you'll be missed by many and my deepest sympathy extends to family, friends, fans and the remaining band members Micky, Peter, & Mike.

Posted by Sharon Wingo - fan   March 03, 2012

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I've been a fan since 1966. David's stage presence, sense of timing and comedy expertise made him a joy to see - & hear. My prayers go out for his children, grandchildren, wife, other relative,friends, fans and "the guys" - Micky, Peter and Mike. We will be with him in another life.Remember - music and love are meant to be shared. Love to all - Jay

Posted by Ms Jay Webster - fan   March 03, 2012

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First off my condolences are going out to his wife and family.May God bless you in your time of need. I enjoyed watching the Monkee show and listening to the music. I don't know of any of my friends back then as young school girls that didn't have a crush on Davy Jones.
He will be greatly missed.Another one gone too soon.

Posted by E Keller - fan   March 03, 2012

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sorry to have you go . you will be missed

Posted by Dan young - longlife fan   March 03, 2012

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When I was a very young girl, I got caught up in "The Monkees". Davy was my first idol crush and my favorite "Monkee". I had every album, 45, Tiger Beat and 16 Magazines of them. His pictures were plastered all over my bedroom walls! I remember one time when my grades were slipping, my parents took away my "Monkee records" and I couldn't get them back until the next report card. You can bet I got my grades up!

My condolences to his family and friends. Rest in peace, Davy.

Posted by Natalie Earnshaw - A Fan Forever   March 03, 2012

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...My apologies, I made a mistake and stand corrected: Mr. Michael Nesmith was Monkees guitarist not drummer as I mentioned in my earlier and recent message directed to the Davy Jones family.

I still pray and wish for my dreams to come just close enough for the feelings of success that Mr. Davy Jones had earned and experienced in his lifetime. He was somewhat of an angel I do believe. Studying his life, one gets a glimpse of what I am talking about.

In Christ and in all ways,

Natalie Guzik, BFA
United Pathos Productions AIPP Program Collector & Installation Contractor

Posted by Natalie Guzik - admirer, fellow artisan   March 03, 2012

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Thank you for all the great music and concert memories. We had the pleasure of getting to see you twice in concert.

Every time we hear "Daydream Believer" and "Valleri" we will think of you fondly.

You were my first crush and my daughter's first crush.

You will always be in our hearts.

Jennie and Mandie

Posted by Jennie    March 03, 2012

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My very first concert was a Monkees concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Seems like yesterday. Another piece of my childhood gone. R.I.P. Davy. You'll always be missed.

Posted by Jan    March 03, 2012

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you will be missed you haf rhat golden voice like no other

Posted by lisa - fan   March 03, 2012

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I remember when I was a kid (I'm 39 now)when my godmother Mary, her last name was Whitehouse then, used to reminisce about those days in highschool when she dated the drummer, Mr. Mike Nesmith, of the Monkeys. Apparently, she had frequently seen the band play up close due to her praises she would make occasionally. About 20 years ago, when I asked her about the lead singer and what his personality was like, Davy Jones, Mary said Davy was always a complete gentleman and a gifted artist. She knew music was his calling.

Today, I am saddened by the news of the world's loss, as I am human and wish he was still of this world. Prayers go out to his dear family as he came full circle in life as now, fulfilled in his death. I know those near to Davy Jones were blessed in knowing his true spirit. I would like to thank them, his entire family, for supporting his dreams for the world to appreciate. You're an inspiration Davy! God Bless You and Yours. I can only wish I had a family close in degree as you have.

Still Keeping The Faith,

Natalie Guzik, BFA
United Pathos Productions AIPP Program Collector & Installation Contractor

Posted by Natalie Guzik - distant admirer, fellow artist   March 03, 2012

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Enjoyed your TV shows through out the years. You'll be missed by all who knew and loved you. I will think of you as family, for I am a Jones also. If there is a link you would be a distant cousin. Rest in peace in the arms of Jesus. Your family will be in my prayers. God Bless

Posted by Paulette L Whitcher ( Jones ) - a fan who enjoyed the Monkees   March 03, 2012

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You gave me such happiness in my teen years. I will always remember you for that. Gods Bless forever.

Posted by William Tracey - a fan   March 03, 2012

I was only about 10 years old or so, riding my horse with my cousin on her horse in Alsea Oregon. I am now 54 but I have this memory so vivid in my mind. I was waiting for this car to go by so I could cross the highway, I looked in the window and said to my cousin, "That looked like Davy Jones". We rode on up the hill to put the horses away and low and behold that Green Dodge Charger, maybe Challengar came up the hill behind us! It was Davy and he asked if it would be alright to ride one of our horses. I said he could ride mine ( don't know how I got those words out since I was such a big fan, had his pictures all over my walls) He did!
I did not have a saddle, he rode bareback. I remember that he had blue crush velvet pants and a brown & white striped shirt. I remember looking in the car and there was a bag of Fritos on the console. He had a friend with him, but not one of the other Monkees. I was so scared about him riding my horse because my horse was a "brat" but he rode him just fine, galloping and everything. Now it makes sense to me, I have just now read that he used to be a jockey. I will never forget that day, best day of my life, in the little town of Alsea Oregon. I do not have any proof that my story is true, no autograph, picture or anything. Just my memory. God Bless Davy.

Posted by Carol Feyerherm - Lebanon, OR - Just a fan   March 03, 2012

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Always a bright memory, always a happy song.

Posted by Robin - fan   March 03, 2012

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I lost a piece of my youth when I heard about Davey Jones.

Posted by Cindy - fan   March 03, 2012

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I grew up with you Davy. I had huge posters wallpapering my bedroom walls so I could fall asleep while looking at your face forever dreaming that one day I might be lucky enough to meet you. You were my teenage heart throb and your music filled me with joy. Thanks for all you gave the world with your talents. You will be missed.

Posted by Stephanie L. - fan   March 03, 2012

i would sit in my chair and watch davey jones acting goofy like me he will be remeberd by his fans greatly

Posted by mike wein and judith dyke wein - fayettville, AR - afan   March 03, 2012

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he was a big part of my childhood from the brady bunch to the monkees tv show love you davy rest in peace

Posted by April Goodman Joyner - fan   March 03, 2012

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This is a big loss for fans and more for his family. We will miss him.

Posted by sharon    March 03, 2012

Wonderful memories of the Monkees when I was 14. Went to see Davy, Peter, and Mickey in Clearwater last year and had a fantastic time. What energy, hard to believe that you are gone. RIP.

Posted by Carol - DUNEDIN, FL   March 03, 2012

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I happened to be watching the "Biography Channel" tonight because it was about "Davy Jones." I had no idea he had passed away.
I am sad,as I had a crush on him as a teen. Yes, I realize am NOT the only one.
But I must say, my first thoughts go out to his children, and other family members.
I lost my father 2 years ago and a brother to suicide 1 year ago. Whatever it is that takes them away, it is never easy. My heart goes out to everyone that had him as a part of their world. He is still a great spirit,just in a different space.Cherish your memories. It is what gets me through the hard times.
You'll be reunited again some day.
God Bless!
Nancy Tilley/Colorado
P.S. Please remember to talk to him. He WILL hear you...he WILL respond if you believe. My brother has.
All my love and support.

Posted by Nancy Tilley - Fan   March 03, 2012

In a box pulled from your dreams. Sung to us got so many to daydream, beleave. Closed your eyes you were on a ride raceing away on a wild horse. We all have a cage only we get to see. Yours lowerd on to the stage. I closed my eyes saw a key, you ride away on a white horse straight to first place.
I hear your voice telling jokes, singing, I can see you dancing on a rainbow with the blue birds swirling around you,
The sun smiling a little brighter.
And God calling out
" HEY DAVY 7A!"

Posted by Jeff cooper - Delhi, NY   March 03, 2012

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Davy was my crush back when I was 14 & 15!! He was the cutest boy ever with such a smile that just lit up!! He will always be remembered!!

Posted by Karen Gehrlein - fan   March 03, 2012

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Your Memory will be Eternal! I will Love You Forever! RIP My Davy Jones.

Posted by Elaine Ioanou - Fan   March 03, 2012

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You were a positive light on this earth...you will continue to light past this earth...Peace be with you. You will be missed

Posted by Lisa Cline - fan   March 03, 2012

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your going to be miss davy you have a lot of fans that are heartbroken i was a big fan back in the 60s the world wont be the same with out you davy jones ...god bless you and may god keep you rest in peace

Posted by anthony rodriguez - fan   March 03, 2012

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he made growing up fun.one of a kind.you will be missed.

Posted by rusty reagan    March 03, 2012

I grew up with Davy, Michael, Mickey, and Peter. I had every album. I got to see Davy live in Pahrump, Nevada, just outside Las Vegas 3 years ago. I felt like a teenager again. I am so sad and will be sad for a long time. Love you, Davy..... To his family - I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by LoaDel Fisher - Pahrump, NV - admirer   March 03, 2012

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Well done, Davy, rest well!

Posted by Becky K - fan   March 03, 2012

I've been listening & watching the Monkees since I was 9,now I'm 34.I haven't missed a tour since 1986.1 of my life-long dreams was to meet them.I fulfilled this dream in 2001 & again just this last tour.I will miss him deeply.He was such a big part of my life,good times & bad.I am deeply sadened at the loss of such an awesome performer,entertainer,singer,actor,father,husband & grandfather.He will always continue to bring me joy & happiness for all the rest of the days of my life.Thank you Davy for being in my life.

Posted by susie    March 03, 2012

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We will miss you Davy....

Posted by Janay Pantoya - Fan   March 03, 2012

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grew-up on The Monkees music, when my daughter was a teenager I gave a picture of Davy to her and she hung it in her room. She listened to my albums and enjoyed the music. You will be missed Davy, R.I.P.

Posted by Lisa    March 03, 2012

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Please accept my condolences to the families in this time of sorrow.

Posted by Janet Weiss - Monkees Fan   March 03, 2012

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I was just seven years old living in Greece, A military brat when I first heard Davy Jones. I fell in love with his voice and dreamed I would meet him one day. He brought so much love into my life, he brought peace into a scared and lonely little girl during a war with Turkey. Thank you for making my world so much better. I'm sorry for the loss of a husband, father, friend and so much more. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Posted by collette Sychantha - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy,
to the one who always kept the crowd going with his songs. You are a gorgeous guy, always have been and you left us way too soon. Rest in peace. God was given a special angel when you left us.
Love you and miss you. Deb Walker

Posted by Deb Walker - friend   March 03, 2012

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I love the the Band put i really Loved Davy Jones the most. I feel i have lost a Friend.I still have the CDS I love to hear alot. Cathy Couser

Posted by Cathy Couser - A Fan   March 03, 2012

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SONGS AND MEMORIES WILL LIVE ON FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS. 'TIL WE MEET AGAIN....I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER.

Posted by Elizabeth - friend and fan   March 03, 2012

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Davey, I grew up watching you with Monkees.
You were my favorite. You will be missed.
R.I.P. Davey. We will always love you.

Posted by Debbie - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Thank you for sharing your music and for the appreciation you always showed to your fans. You will be greatly missed.

Posted by karen    March 03, 2012

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I had a huge crush on Davy when I was young, I loved to watch him dance and sing. He had the most handsome face ever. Thanks for the memories Davy, RIP.

Posted by Donna - Fan   March 03, 2012

As a small child--I looked forward to and thoroughly enjoyed the Davy and the entire cast.Without realizing it - the show transcended me into this wonderful world of excitement and music..and made me a part of the decades that changed it all....thank you Davy..God Bless..

Posted by kelly mercier - tampa Bay, FL - fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy your so hot! I was not a beatles fan, but I was a diehard Monkees fan.All the guys were great but Davy was at the helm.
God Bless. Welcome to Rock and Roll Heaven.
I am with Mike. We don't die we just change form. You are somewhere lovin it...

Love Mona

Posted by Mona - Fan   March 03, 2012

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We'll remember you fondly. Thank you for adding one more positive dimension to my childhood.

Posted by Kim - fan   March 03, 2012

Davy was in Staples one day when my husband recognized him. He came out to my car and introduced himself and GAVE me his newest CD, "SHE" with an autograph. He had just picked it up in Jersey and was on his way home to his farm in PA. He was warm, kind and had a beautiful laugh. He also told me he has a sister LINDA.

Posted by Linda Dyer - Sunbury, PA - acquaintance   March 03, 2012

David, How can this be? I just saw you in concert 2 weeks ago! I have so many wonderful memories from the past and present of being able to spend time with you personally. I was blessed with the opportunity to get invited to your home in Beavertown. Also you took us to your horse farm. I'll never forget that day. You are an end to a wonderful era for me. I will truly miss you. Rest in Peace, David. I'm sure you are smiling that wonderful smile of yours from Rock n Roll Heaven.... Jeanne

Posted by Jeanne DeMinck - Ontario, NY - long time friend   March 03, 2012

I loved you as a child God Speed

Posted by Beth Dunch - rochester, NY - Fan   March 03, 2012

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THE MONKEES MADE MY JUNIOR HIGH THE BEST YEARS EVER. I WILL ALWAYS KNOW THE SONGS AND THINK DAVY JONES WAS SPECIAL THANKS FOR ALL THE SONGS AND FUN

Posted by KATHY - FAN   March 03, 2012

me and my wife crying and missing him he was really talented and he will always be missed

Posted by mike wein - fayettville, AR - a devoted fan   March 03, 2012

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My cousin Mary and I had the chance to see the Monkees in Iowa. They were quite the showmen. It was a fun and moving experience. I will treasure it always. Even though we didn't meet Davy, Peter, or Mickey.....they will always stay dear to me. Davy, you will be deeply missed. Much love to you and your family. Prayers, thoughts and sympathies to the Jones' family.

Posted by Tina - life long fan   March 03, 2012

me ad my wife judith sitting in front of the tv watching themonkees

Posted by mike wein - fayetville, AR - a fan   March 03, 2012

I was shocked to hear that Davy Jones passed away. His family will be in my prayers.I can remember every Saturday morning the Monkee's would come on T.V. My dad and I would watch them. One time my my dad had asked me when are the Monkees coming on. I never missed one show. I watched the reruns, never got tired of the Monkees and their songs. I still listen to their songs even as of today. My son put all the Monkee songs on my I-pod and I take the I-pod to work and listen to the Monkees as I work. Davy will be miss by MILLONS of people. May God be with him and his family.

Posted by Viki - lawrenceville, GA - fan   March 03, 2012

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I remember every time my sister,my mom god rest her soul and I would go over to our cousin's house,we would get together and sing davey jones,the monkeys songs all the time.We had such a fanastic good time.Your very much going to be missed my friend,you touched my life as well as the world :( I'll miss you davey jones

Posted by Carrie Denise Murphy - Avery true fan   March 03, 2012

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I met Davy..was very nice and sweet, he will be missed by us all.

Posted by Ginger Fitts - fan   March 03, 2012

I was a child of 10 when I first saw The Monkees on tv. Always enjoyed the show and I remember having a crush on Davy Jones at the time, as did many young girls and teenagers at that time.

Posted by Cheryl - Columbia, SC - a fan   March 03, 2012

I loved Davy Jones and his music. I was 6 years old when the Monkees were on TV. I used to kiss the screen when Davy had close-ups. I am so sad. His wonderful songs will live on and he will always have a place in my heart.

Posted by Holly - Grand Rapids, MI - fan   March 03, 2012

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Too choked up for words. You will be missed. Thank you God for letting Mr. Jones stay here as long he did because he made so many happy and so many love him. Thanks for the music Davy Jones

Posted by Brenda - fan   March 03, 2012

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WE WILL MISS YOU DAVY JONES

Posted by SHIRLEY - A BIG FAN   March 03, 2012

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rest in peace will alweays love your music.

Posted by betty getgen - fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy May you RIP and you will be singing like an angel. I was honored to talk to you on the phone on the radio staion years ago 104.3 jChicago. You were a very funny person and very intelligent and talented. May your Family find comfort in knowing your home with the Lord. God Bless. Lois Matranga

Posted by Lois Matranga - Fan   March 03, 2012

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Gone but not forgotten. My prayers go out to Davy's family. The world has truly lost an amazing icon. Love to all.

Posted by Nicole Schlagel - forever a fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy, you will be missed everyday I live. Your sweet and loving smile, your eyes that were the windows to your loving soul, the joy and laughter you always made, the voice of an angel, a candle in the wind. May the Lord hold you tenderly and dear...you are Free now no need to fear...

Posted by Susie Yarnell Wallace - Lincoln Park, MI - Devoted Fan   March 03, 2012

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you will be missed terribly i grew up watching the monkeeys i thought you were so cute god needed an angel i know you are by his side , rest in peace sleep well dear sweet davy

Posted by irene1965 - a fan   March 03, 2012

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He was my favorite one of them all. I will always remember The Monkee's.

Posted by Sandra Chapman - fan   March 03, 2012

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you will be missed i grew up watching the monkeys sleep well

Posted by irene1965 - a fan   March 03, 2012

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Davy Jones was a big part of my life growing up and I along with my friends would watch The Monkies every time it would come on, in fact we would fight over who would b Mrs Jones when we grew up. LOL. He will be truly missed and my heart goes out to his wife and children.

Posted by Marilyn Stevens - friend   March 03, 2012

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Goodbye, Davy. Could be that the Good Lord likes a little rock and roll himself.

Posted by Aaron    March 03, 2012

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Grew up in 60's listening and watching the Monkees. R.I.P.

Posted by Johnny O.    March 03, 2012

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I watch the monkeys when I was a kid thought Dvy was a good looking guy RIP Davy You will be miss

Posted by cathy smith    March 03, 2012

I watched Monkees reruns as a kid. I remember when MTV had a Monkees marathon and Davy was on throughout the weekend. I enjoyed meeting him and shaking his hand at Ohio University in the early 90's when he came with the Brady Bunch production. I tried to think of something interesting to say, but I was so starstruck that all I could say was, "hi." I recently got to see him in concert at the Newport (KY) Syndicate, which was a great time. Davy, you were my first celebrity crush. You will be missed.

Posted by Michelle - Cincinnati, OH   March 03, 2012

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rest in peace davy jones i loved your music went to alot of your concerts... and loved the tv shows never missed an episode you will be sorely missed...

Posted by debbie veit - fan   March 03, 2012

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davy, you leave us far too soon but what a treasure of music and entertainment memories you leave us with.the first album iremember playing over and over was the monkees 1st. it might be the first album i had. i also remember tuning in every monday night for the monkees tv show. that was entertainment. when i got to see the monkees tour in the 90's and in 2001 for the35th anniversary tour i was impressed by the performances. thanks for being an important part of my youth and life. the music will live forever and i'll think of you and the happier times whenever i hear it and believe in daydreams rest in peace davy

Posted by M.najda - a fan forever   March 03, 2012

"Daydream Believer" was popular when I was up for Homecoming Queen at our college, around 1973?

Posted by Rae Ann Dickinson - Sabula, IA - fan   March 02, 2012

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Thank you Davy, for providing so much delight to young girls like me who were fans of the Monkees way back. God speed.

Posted by Penny - fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up watching and listening to Davy and the Monkees. You will be missed. Rest in Peace now.

Posted by Mary - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Thank you for sharing your life and music with the world. God Bless !!!

Posted by Becky A. Stuart - fan   March 02, 2012

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I was a big fan of his music and his comedy on the tv show . He seemed to be a great person all around he will be sadly missed by all his fans, family, and friends. RIP Mr. Jones

Posted by Mark - Fan   March 02, 2012

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You have brought so much joy to my life through the years with your music. Thank you for all the memories. You will always be "my first love"

Posted by Amy Pauling - fan   March 02, 2012

He was my favorite singer and He sang really Good. He will be missed.
Praying for his family.

Posted by Joy Callahan - Palmetto, GA - single   March 02, 2012

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Watching the monkees on tv was great, but it was even better to see in person, I never thought would happen it will stay with me.

Posted by Susan A Peterson - fan   March 02, 2012

The Monkees were a big part of my childhood. Davy was the 1st crush on a preformer..that has lastest a life time. My sister and I were lucky to attend the 45th anniversary concert for the Monkees this past summer and saw Dav. He sounded just like he did in 1966. I never had so much fun and sang along with so many songs. I'm so glad with did that, what a wonderful memory. Davy will be missed, but never forgotten.
God bless to his family.

Posted by Pam Stillwell - Dunkirk, MD - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I was just a young girl when I first heard of the Monkees, and of course I loved everything about them books,posters,tv,all of their music I don't think there was a song I didn't like. Davy you will be sadly missed RIP and someday we will meet again. A Loyal Fan Sue Brunette

Posted by Susan Brunette - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I loved watching The Monkees on TV during my teenage years. Davy was always the cute one. I still love listening to Daydream Believer.

Posted by Eliana Agnone - fan   March 02, 2012

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God rest your sweet soul you sweet sweet man Heaven has you now You are free. God Bless you always.

Posted by Eve - A fan   March 02, 2012

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I will Love you Forever Davy. My heart will be forever broken because we lost you. I will never forget how kind you were the times we met. You are free like the blue birds flying by me....Love Pammi

Posted by Pammi Coratti - Big Fan   March 02, 2012

thanks for being a very large part of the soundtrack of my life. you and your mates were fab in every scence of the word. i thank god that i got to see you and the fellows this year in atlantic city.pete might remember,i was the guy that got up to help micky up and see that he was ok. but i looked up at peter and he waved me off with his eyes (you know that look that only pete can give)! well, bless you david and thank you peter and micky! mike,nuff said!!!

Posted by michael seran - pennsville, NJ - huge fan   March 02, 2012

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We were fortunate to have Davy for as long as we did.

Posted by Naomi Hodgkin - longtime fan   March 02, 2012

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My aunt bought me a ticket to see you and the rest of the Monkees in concert for my 16th birthday in Greensboro, NC. I will always cherish that and the picture you sent to me. I, along with 100's of other girls, had big crush on you. I ask God to be with your family and friends at this time. God now has another voice in heaven. You will always be missed. My heart is broken. My love to you.

Posted by Lynda Rood - Loving Fan   March 02, 2012

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I always wanted to marry Davy Jones, in my high school years he was an idol to me. He will be missed, but the music still goes on.

Posted by Debbie Webb - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Your days of seeing the world in "Shades of Gray" are over, now you see a white light! Thank You for the many great songs!

Posted by Quin Beckett - Fan and Friend   March 02, 2012

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WE GOING TO MISS HIM

Posted by J. K.    March 02, 2012

You my first crush and i will miss you Davy and i love you
r3w3j!

Posted by Alicia Cirton. - Milwaukee., WI - A Fan.   March 02, 2012

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I saw the Monkees in concert with my daughter and son once. Once with just my son. I had the privledge of see Davy in concert and giving him a gift that I had made. The world has lost someone truly special. Davy to paraphrase a certain song: Thank you Davy for making daytime brighter, for the night time nice, for making the world a better place for me:) See you on the flip side hon.

Posted by di lawrence - devoted fan   March 02, 2012

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He saved my life and kept me alive for many years from age 7 on and without his constant presence in everything around me he made the night time nicer! The sunshine brighter, and a better world for me... Thank you from my heart eternal David, You are my eternal hero!

Posted by Yvonne - Everything   March 02, 2012

Thanks Davy for making me smile and laugh as a child with your shows and your concerts. Always thought you were adorable but as the years progressed, saw that you had such a big heart as well. Thank you for making the world a better place.

Posted by Susan Webster - Cincinnati, OH   March 02, 2012

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I remember watching the show & listening to the songs on the radio. I had such a crush on Davy. I did get to see him in concert but not utill the last 5 years. He & they were still as good as always. Davy, you will be missed by many. I have 2 little boys that live next door they are 5 & 7 years old & they are not allowed to watch tv but they watch the show on the computer. They love the monkeys. I think that says alot for the staying power of the Monkeys.
I dont think that age group could say the same thing about the Beatles. Rest in peace, we love You now & always.

Posted by Donna N - A fan forever   March 02, 2012

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Davy brought so much joy with his music. He was my first crush!!! My prayers go out to his family. Thanks Davy for all the music and happiness you brought to me.
Christie Mares

Posted by Christie Mares    March 02, 2012

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May you rest in peace and thank you for the wonderful memories that you leave us with, Gods speed to you, Davy Jones

Posted by Vivian - fam   March 02, 2012

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You will be missed Davy! We know you gave the world the best you had to give. To have one person mourn your passing is an honor but to have this outpouring of love because you are gone shows you did a great job here on earth. Your music and your humor will be long remembered. RIP! Thank you for the music and thank you for the joy! My thoughts and prayers are for you and your family!

Posted by Theresa - Fan   March 02, 2012

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David Jones..

Davy as we knew him ...My very First Heart-throb..Favorite singer,whose singing voice I remember well and can even now hear in my head...tho my favorite song's have always been "I Wanna Be Free "...followed by "Valerie"....I love the way he sang those songs... as well as his many others...
I will remember;

...first his gorgeous longhair, and bright sunny smile.. and the shock at first when he went 'short'..in style.
....that soft deep-hinted Manchesterian accented voice...every girl also loved.
...the joy in his face from pictures with his first daughter, after she was born...

ALSO that no matter what transpired in his life he "picked up his boots and kept going on." THAT in itself inspired, me and how
he and the group; longed to let their musical talents grow and be shown...

At the time ..The Monkees..might have been
a laughingstock to some and only good for
a tv joke and song..
BUT to look back IN TRUTH..
They developed and began what in the music world today is 'MTV' and 'Music Video's,'...that are the current generation Thrive On...
He was part of that beginning....
Davy graced my walls in photos big n small
he was with me in my "tweeny" years and came to mind at various times as I've grown..
My first "Love fantasy"...that helped me care how I looked and wanted to act...n helped give me an interest in playing music, as I'd always sang...taking up guitar, piano and now ... the "bagpipes".
He was someone I would have liked to meet..

I give my condolences to his family members and close personal friends...you were fortunate to have him in your lives.

Not knowing your religious beliefs or thoughts on an 'afterlife'..In my world that
is between 'Davy and God' alone...
Keep your memories cloe to your hearts for he will never be forgotten...and many other's unknown to you have affection for and have also Loved Davy in life and will remember him in his death.
May God give your hearts "peace" and grant
you "comfort"...
........Kitty

Posted by kitty seiler - fan   March 02, 2012

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I was very sad today to hear of the Passing of Davy Jones of the Monkees. It broke my heart---He was my first crush. My cousin, Kim, and I used to watch their TV shows, and we had all their songs memorized!!

I ALWAYS loved them and it was a Special Part of my Childhood!!! I loved Last Train to Clarksville, Day Dream Believer, and the theme from the Monkees!!! They were the Best!!!! Hearing of his death brought sad memories of the fun times gone by, and how life passes so fast for Us ALL. I have always heard since then, that he was such a Special Person and Lovely Gentleman to Everyone. I hope that God has reserved a Special Place in Heaven For Him. He sure brought me a lot of joy in my life, and he had a Beautiful voice. It's very sad for me to hear of all these Special, Special People dying recently....Even of course, we had No Special Relationship with them, It SEEMED like we did, because we LOVED their Music SO MUCH!!!! I guess that is the unique part about Music. In a second, it can take you back to a certain place and time, just by hearing it--and bunches of memories just start flooding back. Go,od times at my Grandparents, at their farm, and my cousin, Kim and I, laughing and playing and thinking I was going to marry Davy Jones, and she was going to marry Mickey Dolenz, and we would live next door to each other forever, happily ever after.

We will Miss You, Davy!!!! My heart goes out to your family and your children. You were a Special Man.

Posted by Debora Butler - fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy will live on in the hearts of many and in my heart. He was a wonderful singer who will live on through his music. My prayers and thoughts are with his family. Anne

Posted by Anne Mills - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I loved Davy and the Monkees, and was lucky enough to see them in concert once! I'm sure that heaven will light up with the sound of his beautiful voice! Rest in peace-you will be missed!

Posted by Doreen    March 02, 2012

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Davy was my first real crush.... Loved him and his music - still do. Rest in Peace - you were a great person. <3>

Posted by Connie - Loving Fan   March 02, 2012

Davy-thanks for so many happy memories growing up with friends who shared each precious half hour of fun and songs on the Monkees! My husband and I were thrilled to catch your concert at Epcot World at Disney in Florida this past summer. Rest in peace; you will always be remembered!

Posted by Christine - Granada Hills, CA - fan   March 02, 2012

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what a sad thing to have happened. At least he was with his beloved horses. I still listen to my original record albums of The Monkees...RIP Davey....Another one for the rock band up in heaven!

Posted by Toni - fan   March 02, 2012

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Thank you for all the memories Davy
My favorite memory is when I saw him at the Universal Amphitheater in California and he threw me his pick and I caught it.
I still have it and it's safe in a frame.
May you rest in peace.

Posted by Anna Golden - Fan4ever   March 02, 2012

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you were my first crush.

Posted by dovie holland - always a fan   March 02, 2012

i remember the first meeting davy. it was in 1987 in cleveland oh. we were following them all around town and even stayed at the same hotel as they did. the next morning before the concert, davy and come down for breakfast with little jessica. i asked davy if i could have apicture take n with him. he agreed. so davy and jessica and me had our pictuer taken together. it made me very happy and a childhood dream come true. he was so sweet about it eventhough we were following them. that will always be aprecious memory to me. davy, "i'll love you forever."

Posted by kim horchler - cuyahoga falls, OH - fan   March 02, 2012

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We will miss you Davy. Your smile and energetic spirit lit up the hearts of millions. God bless

Posted by jessica    March 02, 2012

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Its sad to hear of the passing of Davey jones at such a young age he will be rememberd by maney.

Posted by frances johnston - fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy Jones has meant the world to me ever since The Monkees came on the air. I just love him. I am in total shock and disbelief that he is gone so suddenly. Probably one of my fondest memories was meeting him for the first time in 1988 at a booksigning. What a thrill to meet this man I had admired since my teenage years!! Between 1986 to September 2011, I saw him in concert with and without the Monkees on numerous occasions. I am grateful to have had so many opportunities to see him in person. I was looking forward to many more opportunties. That is not to be. I love you, Davy! I miss you already.

Posted by Sandra Bateman    March 02, 2012

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Davy Jones was such a huge part of my childhood. I was so saddened to hear of his passing away. My prayers go out to his wife and four daughters..may they find peace during this difficult time.

Posted by Kathleen M. Farmer - fan of Davy Jones   March 02, 2012

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We have seen Davy perform many times, me first at the Civic arena in Pittsburgh when this came to the US. and last at the Palace in Greensburg with Peter Noone, he was just GREAT and will be truely missed.
( REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND)

Posted by Jim & Ann Kaltreider - Just Two People that cared very   March 02, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy. You will be missed.

Posted by Theresa    March 02, 2012

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I remember watching the Monkees when I was younger and I looked forward to every episode. I enjoyed the music, the laughter and all the time I spent playing the Monkees music in my room. I am so sorry for his family and their loss. We love you Davy

Posted by Dawn - fan   March 02, 2012

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You will be missed. I finally got to see the Monkees on tour last summer and will treasure the memory.

Posted by Cindy Boyd - fan   March 02, 2012

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R.I.P.Davy Jones

Posted by Kimberly Seats    March 02, 2012

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I will always remember Davy for being my first crush. Thank you for making me smile and making adolescence tolerable. Your smile and humor and music will never be forgotten. Peace and prayers to your family

Posted by Linda U - fan   March 02, 2012

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My prayers and wishes for comfort and strenghth from God to your family and loved ones. I loved your music growing up and still play it 55 years later. You are still a "white knight on his stead". We love you.

Posted by Toni - a loving fan   March 02, 2012

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I will miss you dearly my friend and love you forever
Trish

Posted by Trish Young - Friend   March 02, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy you will be missed.

Posted by Carole Ann Davis    March 02, 2012

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REMEMBER ALWAYS WATCHING THE MONKEYS. THAT WAS A GREAT SHOW.ANOTHER GREAT ACTOR GONE. BUT WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED

Posted by CAROL ANDERSEN - Fan   March 02, 2012

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davy was the first guy i had a crush on, loved the songs and the music. those were good times and good memories. thanks for the love, the good times and the good memories davy. RIP.

Posted by pat addison - fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy and the rest of the Monkees, thank you for entertaining me as a child.Thank you for the great memories and fun. I am SO glad I saw the Monkees in concert in Phila. during the '90's.It was a fundraiser for the Phila. Zoo.It was a last minute request but you did it. God Bless You Davy and the rest of The Monkees.

Posted by Maureen - fan   March 02, 2012

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You will be missed!!!! Your family will be in my prayers.

Posted by Mary Bounds - fan   March 02, 2012

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The music will always be part of our lives and we thank David for that. What a groovin place heaven will be now!
My condolences to his family and friends.
He will be missed.

Posted by Susan Hamilton - a fan   March 02, 2012

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What memories, the laughter brought on by their show, singing the Monkees songs. His love of horses. That face.

Posted by Joy - fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up listening to The Monkees and also watching their tv show and as ayoung girl had a crush on Davy as so many others did!I loved listening to him sing,I loved his voice and talent and I am very sad at his passing.He will always be remembered thru his music and Im happy I was able to grow with his music so thank you Davy...for the memories the music and the laughter,R.I.P

Posted by k dipinto - Fan   March 02, 2012

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My friends and I had a lot of fun imatating the Monkeys when we would be walking down the streets of our nieborhood.

Posted by Gilbert Jaramillo - fan   March 02, 2012

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Loved, loved, loved you Davy Jones (and the Monkees.) Many happy teen memories of the music and the show. Huge fan and so very sad that you will sing no more. Rest in Peace and God Bless and keep your wife and daughters in his care.

Posted by Rhea OBrien - fan   March 02, 2012

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Rest In Peace Mr.Jones--Our Sincere Condolences to your Family and friends.

Posted by Shannon Martin - a fan   March 02, 2012

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Rest In Peace!

Posted by Kim    March 02, 2012

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I was a fan of the Monkees and I especially liked Davy and Mickey... My condolences to Davy's family and friends

Posted by Gloria Williams - I was a fan of his.   March 02, 2012

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Miss you daddy, happy birthday. wuvs u

Posted by christi k - daughter   March 02, 2012

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I, along with many other rockers from the sixties were inspired by the Beatles and even more so by the Monkees when we organized our bands back in the day. I remember watching the Monkees every week and alway compared ourselves to the struggles they were having in forming their band. I have followed Davey and the boys throughout their careers and even got inspiration from them when they reunited. Our band reunited last year after a 44 year break and we continue to play now. Davey was a huge inspiration to me throughout my life and my music is now dedicated to his memory. RIP Davey and i know you are part of the best band ever in heaven. God Bless him and his family. Randy Barrows

Posted by Randy Barrows - Fan   March 02, 2012

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God has added yet another great voice and soul to his rock and roll band in Heaven. Farewell to my very first "heartthrob". My thoughts, prayers and sincere condolences to Davy's family.

Posted by Martha (Engler) Hawkins - Lifetime Fan   March 02, 2012

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Davey you are an angel now your spirit is free

Posted by Delores Reynolds - a fan   March 02, 2012

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We were Davy's biggest fans... We would see Davy every year at Epcot in Disney World and he was a fun and energetic performer, and just plain adorable. Last year, he stopped while on stage to shake my hand and I will never forget it. We love Davy so much, and will miss him. May God bless him always and forever grace him with peace and love....

Posted by Molly and Nancy - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I got to see the monkee's reunion tour in 1986
my dad watched them when they first came out and me in 86
my daddy and I watched them something we loved to do together
all our prayers and lov to the family

Posted by mary frances wray - a fan   March 02, 2012

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I hope that his family sees this and knows that he was well loved. Life will not be the same without him. I had the pleasure of seeing him perform, talking to him and feeling his warm embrace of a hug and a kiss on the cheek. But I want his family to remember that one day we will all be together again in Heaven and we will never have to say good-bye again.

Posted by Sherry Doyal    March 02, 2012

The Monkees was my favorite group in highschool. I was a big fan of Davy!! I had tickets to see them in 1968 but because of the Detroit Riots and fires the concert was cancelled. Who would have ever thought I would get to see Davy in DisneyWorld as he entertained for the Flower Power Festival. My kids were experiencing the songs I grew up with. He was so funny and a great entertainer. He also appreciated his fans and came out into the audience to sing. I was so ecstatic as he put his arm around me singing and allowed my daughter to take a picture. What a memory! My family got to see him one more time in Disney during another Spring Flower Festival. I was looking forward again to seeing him this May when he was scheduled. He died way too young. I will miss him! Rest in peace and thank you for sharing your gifts and talents with the world and especially your joy! Love you, Davy! Your fan, Carol

Posted by Carol    March 02, 2012

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a very great man wh have loss

Posted by DONNA gyle - fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy Jones, my first crush (as most of young girls in the 60's), will be missed terribly... Thank you to Timothy Gordon for introducing me to Davy Jones, he was a wonderful man, and his concert touching, and amazing. I was so fortunate to meet such a beautiful person. My condolences to his new wife, his family & friends, and the remaining Monkees. They changed the music world.. and were great inspirations to many. =( Our hearts break this week. Thank you Davy for leaving us with such great memories, and music. God Bless.

Posted by Sandi Carson - Big Fan and lucky enough to know   March 02, 2012

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He was just the greatest!! A true kind man!! Sing with the angels Davy!!

Posted by Vicki    March 02, 2012

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may god bless to you

Posted by Rachel Maney - monkees fan   March 02, 2012

Davy was my very first crush. I was about 6 years old. I carried my picture of him everywhere. The odd thing was the year was 1971 and the show had been off the air a couple of years. You will be missed Davy, but thanks to the memories you've left us, you wil stay forever youg and alive.

Posted by mary k. - st. louis, MO - fan   March 02, 2012

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I loved him on the Brady Bunch show!!

Posted by Deborah Anderson - fan   March 02, 2012

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He is the Best, Alot of Great Memorys with his music and shows, God Bless his Family.

Posted by Chris Fisk    March 02, 2012

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Loved you then
Love you still
Always have
Always will.

Posted by susanne - fan   March 02, 2012

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I used to listen to the monkees all the time and I used to watch them all the time on tv. Davy your gonna be missed and my prayers to your family (R.I.P)

Posted by Lorie Scully - Fan of his   March 02, 2012

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Fond memories of my teenage years are linked to the Monkees....You were such a talented and happy group. All of us girls had a crush on Davey Jones.....My condolences to you and your family and friends.....

Posted by Ann-Marie Sudmann    March 02, 2012

Davy Jones,
You will be missed, your mega musical talent and Light in Our World.
God Bless You,
One of Your Many Fans

Posted by Linda DeVlieger    March 02, 2012

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I grew up listening to the Monkees as a child of the 60's. Of course Davy Jones was always my favorite crush! As I grew older and they started touring again in the 80's I was once again captivated and had to attend several concerts. And as always my crush was on the one and only Davy Jones!! Davy, we will miss you and all the happy times and trips down memory lane that you enriched so many people with. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Kim Hutchcraft    March 02, 2012

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You and your three friends helped me and many other young girls of the 60's though alot in our teenage years without ever even knowing us.I thank you, Mickey, Peter and Michael for the good times.If you were not there for the 60's you won't understand this but if you were you know. May you be at peace and receive as much goodness in death as you gave in life.

Posted by joy - fan   March 02, 2012

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RIP Davy enjoy all the horses up there you'll be missed

Posted by Dawn Goodwin - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I also wish to join the many fans expressing sympathy to the family of Davy Jones. We share in the joy he brought to us as young fans...and the joy he continued to bring to us throughout all the years...the memories each time we heard one of their songs. I too had pictures posted on my bedroom walls and entered contests to win a chance to meet him...faithfully tuned in to every show and endless reruns. We celebrate his life and music...we mourn his loss and we will remember him forever.

Posted by Terri - fan   March 02, 2012

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You gave us all so much pleasure with your beautiful voice here on earth.I am sure they are enjoying it in Heaven. We will miss you dearly. Our love and prayers are with your family. We will allways remember you.

Posted by peggy - fan   March 02, 2012

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As a huge fan of Davy and the Monkees, I know that he will be missed. I am lucky that I got to see him in concert a few times and most recently last June. RIP Davy. You were very loved and you will be missed.

Posted by Melissa Brown - fan   March 02, 2012

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I have been of fan of the Monkees most of my life.. I fell in love with them, and the show had been canecelled for 5 years, but I watched the reruns. I still do. I own the music, the shows...seen them in their reunion tours...Davy and Mickey were just so darn cute and talented. I love them all..so sad to see Davy gone so young.

Posted by Tina Koesstner - fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up listening and watching the Monkees and of course had his poster on my wall. May the angels be singing "Day Dream Belivier" with you. God Bless

Posted by TAMMY - FAN   March 02, 2012

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Davy will be sadly missed by me and everyone who knew him and loved him.To mickey and peter and mike and family I share your sympathy in your lost of a great person and friend. The monkees were the greatest band ever and they still are THE DAY DREAM BELIEVERS and now heaven knows he is.Love DONNA.

Posted by jENNIFER yANKOWY - FAN   March 02, 2012

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Eternal light shine upon you.

Posted by Donna - fan   March 02, 2012

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You will be missed, but never forgotten, you touched so many people with your music, smiles, and great entertaining. I grew up watching the monkees and later in life went to lots of your concerts.

Posted by raya - fan   March 02, 2012

Celerating two hearts as he would always say.My love goes out to his sisters,his ex-wives,Anita,Linda,his children Annabel,Thalia,Sarah and Jessica and of course the grandchildren. David loved Mexico and the planet is a lonely place now without him on it laughing and goofing around somewhere.I will miss his voice and the comfort of his words always.

Posted by leonique - cozumel - soulmates   March 02, 2012

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26 years ago when I was 13 years old I discovered The Monkees through reruns of their tv show. It was through watching their show that I was introduced to the 60's and felt I had been born in the wrong era and decided I had to become a hippie. I loved their quirky antics and humor and their music. I became so obsessed with them that at school I started signing my last name as one of theirs for each of my four classes. Thanks for making me laugh Davy, you helped make my teen years a very happy time. Love & Light, Brenda

Posted by Brenda - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Morning All I love too say I love the Monkees they where my number 1 band I will miss Davy very much I use too watch them every day never miss not one show. My heart & Prayers gose out too his Family also too Mickey , Peter & Michael. Mimi

Posted by Mimi - Top Fan of all   March 02, 2012

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Davy was a part of my childhood and like so many other pieces of it, now he is gone too. But I believe we'll all have one heck of a concert in Heaven one day and see all our childhood heroes once again. Death is not the end, but the beginning...

Posted by Annie Roberts - fan   March 02, 2012

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I was just 12 years old the first time I ever heard of The Monkees. .. 26 years later I am proud to say that I have followed them through every decade and I have the pleasure of meeting Mr Jones at a book signing when I was 15. I enjoyed everything about him and the music he helped create. He will forever be singing the soundtrack to my youth in my heart. God speed, sir. You will be missed.

Posted by Missi - Forever Fan   March 02, 2012

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I met Davey years ago, He had a heart of gold and was an incredible father. He and his music will be greatly missed. An incredible loss for all of us.

Posted by Craig Wood - Friend   March 02, 2012

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My Deepest sympathies to all of Davy's family, friends and fans..I echo the sentiment's of thousands and perhaps millions of heartbroken "Older Teenyboppers" who are grieving the loss of Davy..likely our "real" first crush/love in our young lives. I did finally realize my life long dream of seeing Davy perform up close and personal a few years ago. I will always cherish that time hearing him "live" a few yards away from me..I had every record, every picture, every magazine, had every square inch of my bedroom and my part of the basement covered in his pictures, and I spent hours "daydreaming" about our sweet "Daydream Believer"..He will never know how much he meant to me as I had a very difficult childhood and teenage life..God used his life and music to bring a comfort and joy to me no-one else could do for me at that time. I had recently been following him on Facebook and his "Keeping up with the Jones'" website..I had sent him a few messages. I hope he got to read them. I will always love him and will never forget him as he holds a very special place in my heart and a little part of my heart went with Davy when he left this earth. I pray he knows now just how much he will be missed and how much he was loved. God bless all who mourn for they will be comforted...xoxox

Posted by Jacquelyn Farquhar    March 02, 2012

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So glad I got to met him and spend some time with him....And thank you for all the invites to the California gigs....it was like you were young again....everyone of the Monkees are super nice guys...My heart goes out to the family...From the Attitude Girls....

Posted by Diana - fan   March 02, 2012

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When I read that the good Lord called you home I could only say no this can't be. I will miss you and love you always. God's speed to your family.

Posted by Kim - A Fan   March 02, 2012

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May your family find comfort soon. You will be missed by many. Thank you for being you. <3 love always><3>

Posted by Kelly Levocz Erskin - friend/fan   March 02, 2012

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Aloha... A Hui Ho!

Posted by c. nespor - Fan   March 02, 2012

I'm a second generation Monkee Maniac from the 1980s. The music of the Monkees brought happiness and joy into my life. I've been listening to their music for 25 years now. I will miss Davy so much. He left us much too soon. May he rest in peace.

Posted by Nea Garrett - Bridgeport, TX - Long time fan of the Monkees   March 02, 2012

I remember the excitement of seeing him in concert and also meeting him ahd getting an autograph. Davy you will be missed.

Posted by Dee Ann Kiser - Collfax, NC - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I have loved Davy Jones since I was 5 years old. He was always my favorite Monkee and I had the pleasure of seeing him perform this past September. He was the ultimate performer, charming, funny, entertaining and I was looking forward to seeing him again this year. He will be sorely missed and his memory will continue on in his music.

Posted by Kathy Dwyer - long time fan   March 02, 2012

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I remeber being a teen and watching him on tv and buying every cassette tape. I can remember my 15th b-day and being asked what i wanted and i said i wanted the monkee's. RIP in Davy and i know that you are up in Heaven ridding your horses and having every angel up there laughing and smiling.

Posted by oleta - a fan   March 02, 2012

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To the jones family I am deeply saddened by the lose of Davy Jones my condolences go out to the family

Posted by Shanoon Cunningham Sr - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Because generations of fans have enjoyed your music through the years, you will forever live on in our hearts. Thank you for the fun times and wonderful memories. I will always love you, Davy Jones!

Posted by Patricia Ann Kobialko - Loyal Fan   March 02, 2012

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My bedroom wall was covered in pictures of Davy. When I was younger, people told me I resembled him, so I would claim to be his younger sister. I even owned one of the "Monkees shirts" with the double buttons. He will be missed.

Posted by Chris    March 02, 2012

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I grew up watching the Monkees and Davy's death is loss that will never be gotten over.

Posted by Kathy - Fan   March 02, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones. Thanks for giving yourself all these year's.

Posted by Maura Wood Norup - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Such a big part of my childhood in the 1960s. I will always remember Davy and The Monkees with a smile on my face. Aside from the Hollywood glitz, Davy seemed such a good example of a human being, too.

Posted by Lesa    March 02, 2012

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Got those 45's when I was 9-11 years old, and never stopped listening. Had his pictures all over the walls of my room. He was just everything. As an adult, Davy came to sing at half time at a Houston Hockey game. I had to go. He sang all the great songs. But then I got a big surprise..we got to stand in line and actually meet him, hug him and get an autograph. He couldn't have been more kind to us all that stood in line for so long. He looked fantastic too..never aged quickly, still so cute. It is devistating to lose someone who was so much of your childhood like he was mine. Like you hve lost part of your childhood really. We always played his records and watched the Monkees shows, but Davy was my favorite. And getting to meet him was awesome. I told him how thrilled I was to meet him, and he smiled and said "well I'm thrilled to meet you too" and signed his autograph for me. He was so genuine and sincere, and still sang so well at the Aeros Hockey game for ujs. It was so exciting. Thanks Davy for being our heart throb, and for your sweet voice. RIP, and God Bless You,
Carol

Posted by Carol Pauls MARSHALL - Always a Fan since age 9. 55 now   March 02, 2012

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Thanks for being my first love at 12 Davy. Your posters on my walls and your music/voice gave me much comfort many lonely days and nights in my teens. God bless, condolences and prayers sent to the family. Davy is walking with the true Kind now. I am sure he is a happy addition to the heavens choir!

Posted by Jennifer - fan   March 02, 2012

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Loved the Monkees when I was younger! RIP, Davy and Godspeed. You'll be rockin' in Heaven now, with all the other great musicians gone way too soon. We'll all miss you.

Posted by anne - none, just loved his music!   March 02, 2012

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My heart is hardened to hear of the loss of Davy. He was there the first 20 years of my life. I always enjoyed his music and continue to play it to this day, and never missed a show when it was on the air. Thank for the laughter, tears, music and the song. The Monkeeys will always be part of my life.

Posted by Carla J. Aldridge - fan   March 02, 2012

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Heartfelt sympathy to Jessica and family. May the Lord bless you with His peace, comfort and consolation. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Startek family - Indianwood neighbour   March 02, 2012

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Davy, Davy, Davy the 1st time I felt the wonderful feeling of love was to you, besides loving my pet rabbit, Fluffy of course. I was a young girl at Lovett Elementary School in Chicago back in the 60's. When hearing a Monkee song during my lifetime it always made me smile. When you sang "Daydream Believer" I would always say to you, I gave my daughter the middle name of Jean because you sang that name in the song. Just a little solid bit of memory now devoted to you. Our eyes did meet for about 5 seconds a few years back when you were in Chicago in a play and I was waiting in line to meet and talk to you, the lights dimmed and the show had to go on but we smiled at each other and you had to go, but that was enough for me, and it still makes me smile, now I am sad for you and your family. God bless you, you always make me smile, alot of people will miss you. See you again someday.....cause I'M A BELIEVER!!!!!!! Love, Karen S.

Posted by Karen Stracek - fan   March 02, 2012

Davy was an important part of my Senior year of High School.We had a Christmas picture taken that year with me holding a Monkees album. I played the record until it was completely worn!! My husband and I saw him in concert when he was in Davenport, Iowa about 12 years ago. He was so very talented. He is now singing with the angels. We will miss you, Davy!

Posted by Mary Cole - West Liberty, IA - fan   March 02, 2012

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Growing up in Mississippi I use to play the Monkee's music on my portable record player and to this day I remain a True Lasting Fan~~RIP Davy Jones

Posted by debra whitehead rojas - fan   March 02, 2012

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Sleep well Davy! Love you!

Posted by fiennesgirl - fan   March 02, 2012

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Watching the Monkees and listening to their music was a huge part of my preteen years. I spent many days dreaming of meeting Davy Jones while telling his pictures on my bedroom walls, all my secrets and of course having him falling madly in love with me. I finally got to see Davy, Peter and Mickey in concert when my own daughters became interested in the Monkees watching reruns on Nickelodeon. I feel like I lost a good friend. You will always be in my heart.

Posted by JoAnn    March 02, 2012

Oh, Davy. This breaks my heart. I was about 12 when you and the Monkees were on TV. Every Monday night at 6:30 my friends and I would gather at my house to watch your show. My cousin Debi and I would argue over who was "cuter", you or Mickey. We made up dances to your songs, had pictures covering my walls, we were ultimate fans! Saw you in concert twice. Part of my childhood is gone now. Thanks for the wonderful memories and innocent music. Love you.

Posted by pd - pueblo, CO - fan   March 02, 2012

I was just 8 years old when the Monkees first came on TV, and I fell head over heels in love with Davy. My friends and I would be glued to the TV every week; we pestered our moms to buy us all the albums, then spent hours learning (as best as we could!!) all the lyrics to all the songs. After the show went off the air, I continued to be a fan, and I was so excited when Davy came to the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, where I was every summer. I had lots of friends there, so I was able to get backstage to meet Davy, which made me absolutely ecstatic - which should be obvious by the ear-to-ear grin on my face. I was wearing a pair of platform shoes, so I towered over Davy, but I didn't care. I carried that picture around in my wallet from 1972 until 1980, when I had my first child and all the requisite kid photos to fill my wallet with. When the Monkees first reunion tour happened in the 80's, I got 2 tickets & took my Mom with me to see them. I brought the picture, too, but I was nowhere near the stage & had no chance to get it signed. They came through again in the 90's, this time to Garden State Park in Cherry Hill, NJ, and there they were, performing on an outdoor stage in the rain, and there I was, with the picture in a baggie, hoping against hope to get Davy to sign it, again without success. I wasn't going to be stopped, however, and continued to bring the picture each time I was able to see him perform. Last summer, I managed to buy front row seats for the Monkees reunion that was scheduled for The Tower Theater in Upper Darby, outside of Philadelphia, & this time I brought my 28 year-old daughter with me. I was so excited, with the picture (this time blown up to 8 1/2 x 11) in hand, and drove to the Tower only to find the venue dark & locked. I didn't know that the end of the tour was cancelled until the night the show was scheduled to occur. After getting home, I started researching online, to see what the deal was, and was so glad to see that Davy had scheduled some of the later shows alone. He had a show scheduled in Bergen, NJ, with David Cassidy, and that show included an opportunity (for extra $$, of course) to participate in a "meet & greet", so, needless to say, I bought 2 tickets to that show with the meet & greet, and off we went again, with my picture in hand. I was so excited, and my daughter finally got to see why I was so in love with Davy. After the show was over, those of us with tickets for the meet & greet waited anxiously for Davy to come out; almost everyone there had at least one thing to be signed by Davy. We were all so disappointed when David Cassidy, claiming he wasn't feeling well, took the meet & greet & made it a question & answer session, intentionally positioning himself & Davy on stage and out of the reach of the fans, so that no one could get anything signed. Again, my picture took a ride for nothing. However, that night, Davy talked about the Concerts at Sea Cruise he was going to be on in January, and I knew that nothing would stop me from finally coming into contact with Davy again, & getting my picture signed. I did stop to talk to Johnny Blair before leaving the Bergen PAC, and I gave Johnny a copy of the picture to give to Davy; after all, he was the other person in the picture!
I was so excited when the cruise finally got here - my daughter and I were once again together, flying from Philadelphia to Fort Lauderdale, going on our first cruise for the express purpose of seeing Davy & getting the picture signed. I was there for the question & answer session the first full day of the cruise, and ran into Johnny again outside the club where the session was being held. My daughter & I followed Johnny in, and sat next to him, only to find that Davy was sitting on the other side of him. I am 53, and had to make a point not to make a fool of myself, since it's been so long that I've been trying to get close enough to Davy to finally talk to him about that picture from so long ago. I showed it to him that afternoon, and Davy said "I look like I'm 10!" He kind of does, even if he was more like 26 in that picture. I was finally able to get him to sign the picture the last night of the cruise, when I also told him how happy that little interaction made me back then. I also gave him a kiss on the cheek, told him that I loved him, and had my daughter take another picture of Davy & me together, almost exactly like the first one. I've had 46 years to love Davy, albeit from afar, and all those years ago how we dreamed of being married to him (all the girls dreamed of that back then, I think!). Davy was so much more than just a singer; he was reachable, touchable, and really willing to let his fans know that he cared about us. We loved him, too, and I will miss him very much. I had no other person whose performances I so faithfully tracked, and who I would spare absolutely no expense to purchase tickets for every local show because he was who he was. I'm so sorry that he was taken from us so young; and I want to express to his family & close friends how sorry I am for your loss. While I'll miss him from a distance, you will have to deal with his daily absence in your lives, and I feel for you. I lost my parents in 2006 & 2008, & I still acutely feel their absence in my life. Someday, I hope you'll be able to laugh while you celebrate his life, instead of mourning his death. He was a wonderful man, irreplaceable, & he leaves behind music & memories that will never be taken away. The pain will fade, slowly, so slowly, but one day, you will smile instead of cry when you think of him. I'm shedding my own tears along with you. I can't believe I was on the ship with Davy & his family little more than a month ago.

"You were my first love; you are my last love; you're my forever love"

Posted by Loretta Abdo - Maple Shade, NJ - fan since 1966   March 02, 2012

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Growing up in the 1970's, Davy was the only tv idol I made time for. What makes me most sad was that I never met him in person. Condolences to his family. I know they'll miss him but Mike Nesmith said it all.

Posted by Mary Beth Call Harwood    March 02, 2012

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i will miss you
i saw the monkees in concert with my sister
at least we all hve yhe wonderful music my prayers are with his family

Posted by loretta - fan   March 02, 2012

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Loved their music then and now. I still play it while driving down the road with the top down sunshine and wind in my hair, Hey Hey we're the Monkees.... Crank it up and sing to the top of your lungs!!! Thank you for bring the world some pure joy. Donna H. KY.

Posted by Donna H    March 02, 2012

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When I was a teenager back in the 60's, the Monkees was my favorite group of all. I still have all my albums and 8 track tapes. I had the pleasure of meeting Davy for the first time at Busch Gardens a few years ago and he signed my cookbook that had his recipe for Orange Cake. It's the greatest ever! I will remember him every time I bake that cake. I am truly grateful for Davy and all the Monkees for their talent and contribution to music. We will all miss Davy but can remember him by listening to his voice which will never fade. My sincere condolences to his family at this very difficult time.

Posted by Sue Dunifon - Beloved Fan   March 02, 2012

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Sorry to hear of your loss. You will be missed.

Posted by Jes - fan   March 02, 2012

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Growing up in the 1970's, Davy was the only tv idol I made time for. What makes me most sad was that I never met him in person.

Posted by Mary Beth Call Harwood    March 02, 2012

You will always be "one of the boys" to me. I watched you on TV as a kid & I still listen to your music, first on my LP collection & now on CD. RIP Davy.

Posted by Carmine - Ocala, FL - Fan   March 02, 2012

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happy days

Posted by stephanie hancock - fan   March 02, 2012

My sincere condolences to Davy's family. He will live on in your hearts and in the hearts of his loving fans.

Posted by Melanie    March 02, 2012

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I was so shocked..I had a old Monkee VHS and was watching it tues night. I still cant beleive it. Heaven has another angel in God's choir
We will miss you Davy. God Bless your family

With Sympathy
Mary HICKS

There he goes up to heavens gates.

Posted by Mary - fan   March 02, 2012

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Loved watching you on the Monkees. May fond memories.

Posted by Estrella Elnecave Kaufman    March 02, 2012

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I went to see Davy Jones at Rockland Community Collage back in the '90's. My sympathy to his wife and daughters.

Posted by Theresa - Fan of Davey Jones   March 02, 2012

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I have listen to ur music when u first started and at 58 i will listen to u forever take care and rest in peace

Posted by Patrcia Boerg - great fan   March 02, 2012

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As a child I didn't have much but each week when the Monkees came on I shared the same enjoyment as any other 9 year old girl. I as many others had such a crush on Davy Jones! Later I saw him in concert he enjoyed performing he appreciated his fans so much he came out into the audience and shook hands. A piece of my childhood died with Davy. My memories will last forever. GOD bless.

Posted by dee    March 02, 2012

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had the privelige to be able to meet him in seattle when i was 21 he was a very nice man i still say the best the world lost alot when our lord called him to heavan RIP davy and god bless

Posted by donna turner - a fan of many years   March 02, 2012

Went for several years to Disney to watch him sing, I was a regular so he would always remember me over the years, a couple times we sat alone after the concerts, when the crowd was thin and talked, I was pleased to get to know him he was truely a nice man.....Denise from Kissimmee

Posted by Denise~~ - Kissimmee, FL   March 02, 2012

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R.I.P. DAVY , YOU ARE FREE TO FLY NOW , WE WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH . PRAYERS TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

Posted by Faye Ray - FAN   March 02, 2012

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Davy, RIP, I still have all my pictures of you and the Monkees from the Tiger Book magazines. Your pics were up all over my bedroom walls and locker at school. you will never be forgotten.

Posted by Charlene Liparula - a fan forever   March 02, 2012

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Davy, you were my first crush, and The Monkees were my introduction into rock and roll music, for that I will be forever grateful. I never met you but you were such a big part of my life and you got me through those rough times we all go through as kids and I can't help but feel such sadness. Until I see you on the other side Davy, RIP my lil MONKEE

Posted by Aja Hunt - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I only met him in person once, and count myself forever lucky he stopped and allowed me to have a photo taken with him. It has been and will always be one of my most treasured items and memories.

Posted by Rae Lauer - fan   March 02, 2012

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I've been a longtime fan of Davy & was shocked & deeply saddened by his death. RIP Davy. I will never forget you. Always will be our Daydream Believer

Posted by Maryann    March 02, 2012

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I, too, am a first generation Monkee fan. Micky and Davy were the show (really). All the fans and people who love you will take to their graves such wonderful memories of a happier, simpler time. I think all of us can do Davy justice if we continue to listen to Monkee's music in our cars and homes - it will not only pay him homage but soothe our grief and transport us back to those daydream believer days.
My sympathy goes to your four daughters.
Until we meet on that sunny shore, Davy, watch over us and guide us and make us feel acceptance for that which we cannot change.
Love you............Lori-Ann

Posted by Lori Ann    March 02, 2012

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He was an awesome actor and singer! I used to watch him on the monkeys. Will miss him truely!

Posted by Laurette    March 02, 2012

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RIP Davy, I will always hear you singing and laughing from the time I started watching the Monkees and seeing your concerts, they are the only concerts I ever went to. You will always be with us.

Posted by Charlene Liparula - a fan forever   March 02, 2012

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I remember my bedroom being full of Davy's pictures and getting magazines that my mom bought me! He was such a child memory! Also, I have one of his 20 Smash Hits album still in great condition! We love you Davy!R.I.P. and prayers to the family!

Posted by Cindy Bennett - Fan for years   March 02, 2012

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you will be missed

Posted by kim murphy    March 02, 2012

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I remember when he came on the scene when I was a teenager. I later was able to meet him at a book signing at Security Square Mall. He was a very polite person, nice sense of humor & made me & my son feel like we had known him all our lives. He was a great singer & a sweet person. He will truly be missed.
A long time fan,
Anita Harlow

Posted by Anita Harlow    March 02, 2012

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May Davy's family have all the prayers and support from all of Davy's fans. Davy was a great musician and I grew up listening to his music and still means alot to me today!

Posted by Christina Reed - fan   March 02, 2012

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In Loving Memory of my first crush. I grew up watching re-runs of the Monkees. Not realizing that they were a bit older, which still makes the 4 of them timeless to me. Davy was the first "boy" that made me think...wow he is cute!

Posted by Leah - girl friend wanna-be.=/   March 02, 2012

As a childhood memory, I've always enjoyed his music and t.v. show.

Posted by Gisele R. Meek - Elyria, OH - fan   March 02, 2012

My deepest condolences
I loved the Monkees and you were my first crush when I was a young girl. You will live on in the music. RIP

Posted by Julia - Orlando, FL - Fan   March 02, 2012

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To Davy and his Family:
Please accept my sincerest condolences to Davy's family. He was a very kind soul who always had time for his fans. He was famous, but also humble. Thank you for giving the world the pleasure of your music and laughs. You will never be forgotten.

Posted by Caroline - Loyal Fan   March 02, 2012

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I watched the monkees he was fav monkee goofy the british accent saw them in concert in 2001 he was a showman esp with daydream beliver song puts smile on face get everyone to sing along. Sad that you had to go

Posted by amy - fan   March 02, 2012

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Thank you Davy for making a wonderful childhood memory for me. May you find peace and love in your eternity.
Michele. Fredericksburg, VA

Posted by Michele - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Rest In Eternal Peace, David.
You were a special part of my teenage years.
Your music and gentle kindness to all people will long be remembered. Thank you for sharing your talent with the world.

Posted by Claudette Boyce - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I have very fond memories of Davy. I remember one time when I saw Davy in person at EPCOT; I went up to him to give him a gift I had made just for him and he gave me a kiss. That is something that I will never forget. It's hard to believe that he is gone. RIP Davy. Love your fan, Irish Princess.

Posted by Irish    March 02, 2012

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Davy was my first love! So sorry for your loss. He was a memory I'll never forget. RIP Davy Jones!

Posted by Laurie    March 02, 2012

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All through during the 60's I watched "every" show----And, "loved" them---"all". Sad--that not long after they re-unite...Davy ...passes.
Sincere heart-felt condolences, to his family.
He----IS truly "missed"...And "loved".

Posted by Joseph Williamson - Just...another "fan"...   March 02, 2012

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I am so very sorry for your loss. My wife and I just saw Davy perform and it brought back so many fond memories. We thank Davy for all those precious moments. Our heartfelt sorry goes out to the family and so many many friends. We will truly miss a wonderful soul.

Posted by Mark - fan   March 02, 2012

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thank you davy for being an inspiration to many of us. you were such a multi-talented person between music, singing, and your precious personality that always made me laugh. you left big shoes to be filled. to your family i'm so sorry for your loss. i'm sure he was an awesome father and left a legacy that you are be very proud of.

Posted by susan hocking - admirer and a fan   March 02, 2012

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Thanks for the music and laughs!

Posted by LLL    March 02, 2012

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Davy had a marginal hit in the U.S. before he became a Monkee called "This Bouquet". It was a pleasant love song full of angst that eventually built to hope, which was standard of the time. I liked it a lot and found it to be a perfect song for Davy and as I got to know him better he seemed to be the perfect bearer of the message because he always struck me as a man who could turn angst to hope. He was always quick with a self deprecating joke about his height or his ultra cute personae. He never seemed to take himself too seriously and appeared to enjoy his life and the sometimes dubious fame that being a Monkee had brought his way. I am reminded of the old cliche "that only the good die young" because Davy was certainly too young to leave those of us he brought so much joy to. His music and his life make up a legacy to be proud of and he will remain a part of my memories until it is time for someone to write my obituary. Thanks for those memories Davy.

Posted by Neal Money    March 02, 2012

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Truly a great talent who didn't need dirty jokes or vulgarity to get a laugh. I would feel comfortable bringing my 8 year old to his concerts if he were still doing them. He will be missed along with his style of entertainment. He was a true legend.

Posted by Leah Fitzsimmons - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I am so sorry for your unexpected loss. No one can fill those stirrups. My sisters and I and a neighbor were rabid Monkees' fans growing up. We were blessed to have met them after a concert last year. Davy was so very kind and funny and gregarious.
May he rest in peace for the joy he brought to the stage, screen, and his family. My sister told him "Davy, you're still dreamy", to which he replied "You think so?". Yes, we do.

Posted by Leslie    March 02, 2012

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You were such a big part of my childhood and you brought me so much joy !

You will be in my heart forever. Thank You for all the happy memories !

Rest in peace Davy !

I love you !

Posted by LYNNE BARNETT    March 02, 2012

I'll always love you!

Posted by Pauline Bernoski - Cheektowaga, NY - fan   March 02, 2012

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So sad to hear that Davy Jones from the "Monkees", who was so talented and loved leave us way too soon... Thankyou for all the Great songs & fun memories.

Posted by Emily Lane - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Gone to soon. Thanks for the lovely memories from my chilhood. You was my first crush. Still have the monkees greatest hits. Monkees made millions peoples happy. God bless you. Thanks. Rip david jones. Cynthia kimble 222 westpointe circle, lafayette, louisiana.

Posted by Cynthia kimble - fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up listening to the Monkees and I remember I couldn't wait to turn on the television to watch their shows. I had a terrible crush on Davy. I remember buying the teen magazines just to put his posters in my room. He had lots of charisma, talent and good looks, even in his later years. I wish I could have gone to just one of his reunion tours. I will have to try and get any dvd's if available. God bless your family and give them comfort during this time. Rest in peace, Davy. You will be sorely missed.

Posted by Angie Lockhart - Devoted Fan   March 02, 2012

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The Monkees was the only show with music that my Mom would let me watch when I was growing up. I still go to you tube and watch your music videos and shows. May you rest in God's Grace and May Your Family receive God's peace thru the time.

Will always love you
Suzzie

Posted by suzzie    March 02, 2012

It was in 1985 when I took my then 4 year old daughter to see a concert at the local Portland Beavers stadium. The featured performers were 3/4 of the Monkees. All but Nesmith were there. The most vivid memory was seeing Emily dancing on the bleacher seat to the tune of "Last Train to Clarksville". Whek asked who she liked best, with great glee she said "Davy". Thanks Davy for the great memory.

Posted by lsizburger - portland, OR - fan   March 02, 2012

I grew up watching the Monkee,s and listening their music.Davy will be missed.

Posted by Peggy Adams    March 02, 2012

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davy , you will always be remembered , your friend .. guy

Posted by guy thompson - friends   March 02, 2012

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mr jones i just wanted to say "hey hey to the monkey" forever in gratitude for those years!!!!!!!!! Godspeed

Posted by jenine - a fan   March 02, 2012

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we miis u

Posted by beatrice - a fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up watching the Monkees and have always been a fan. May you rest in peace Davy. My prayers to your wife and daughters.

Posted by Linda Morrison - fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up listening to Davy Jones and the Monkees which are very great memories. Davy will be miss by the world and his fan's. Thanks for the memories Davy....

Posted by sherry allen - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Sorry for lost God be with you and your familys

Posted by Sheli D Jubeck - fan   March 02, 2012

When I frist seen Davy Jones i fell in love ,He was very good singer too and he made me giggle alot he will nevery be forgotten I will pray for his family and there lost God loves you all your friend always Sheli D Jubeck

Posted by Sheli Jubeck - Lisbon, IA - Very big fan   March 02, 2012

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You were my childhood crush! I would rush home after schhol to watch The Monkees! You will be missed.

Posted by Stephanie P Agnew Bunch    March 02, 2012

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Many memories I keep within and share love and smiles for his beloved daughters, grandchildren and Aunts and all those who loved him.

Posted by Betty Ochoa Whyte - friend   March 02, 2012

Davy, I was 7 years old when you first appeared on The Monkees and it was just the beginning of my first crush. Your pictures adorned my walls, torn from my 16 Magazines and Tiger Beat. I purchased every album and finally, some 30 years later I was able to see you perform with Mickey and Peter at Del Mar. What a wonderful evening!! I had hoped to see you again this summer but it appears God has other plans. My mother was terminally ill when I watched you all those years ago, you and the boys helped me escape for awhile during that difficult time.You have forever held a special place in my life and memories. My prayers and condolences to your family. Thank you Davy! God bless you!

Posted by Angie Doran Hatton - Canyon Country, CA - Fan   March 02, 2012

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We love you

Posted by Joanie Bowers - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I had the great pleasure of meeting my idol Davy Jones in 2006 at the Paramount Theater in Peekskill Ny. The concert was amazing and not only did He sing,but he signed autographs and posed for pictures with his fans. This was a great honor and I have the picture hanging in my home. We have lost a great entertainer and person and I send his family my deepest sympathies for the loss of one of my very favorite singers. He will always have a special place in my heart. You will be missed

Posted by Michelle    March 02, 2012

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RIP Davy. You will be missed and loved forever

Posted by Judy Ray - Forever and always a fan   March 02, 2012

Igrew up listening to the Monkee,s and watching the TV Show. Davy was my favorite singer and I had the chance to The Monkee,s in concert. I will remember him forever.Q

Posted by Lori Mabry - Cleveland, TN - A fan.   March 02, 2012

I can remember watching the monkeys it was my favorite. Davy was my heartthrob. My condolences go out to his wife and children remember the happy times.

Posted by penny    March 02, 2012

I had a poster in my closet of Davie Jones. I saw his smiling fsce every morning and sighed. I will miss him. God Bless!

Posted by Valari Clark - Old Bridge, NJ - admiration   March 02, 2012

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Always in our hearts

Posted by Sara Marie DuLac - Friend   March 02, 2012

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Loved coming home from school to watch the Monkees. You will be greatly missed Davy, rest peacefully.

Posted by Lisa - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I remember being a preteen and watching the Monkees show religiously. Davy Jones death is like losing a part of my family. Memories of him and the show will be with me forever.I can never Thank-you enough Mr Jones for all of the smiles you put on peoples faces and for all of moments you had every young girls heart skip a beat if you on TV or the radio...

RIP

Posted by Michelle Johnson - Fan   March 02, 2012

The first concert I ever went to was The Monkees. My best friend Marcia and I went to see them. We were so crazy for them. It was a day I will always remember. It was so AWESOME. I still love their music. I was so sad to hear about Davy:( The Monkees was so much a part of my growing up. I saw Davy not to long ago and it was like I was a young girl all over again. Thanks for the memorys:) My thoughts go out to the family, so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Kathy - fostoria, OH - forever fan   March 02, 2012

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I always raced home from school to watch Davy Every day he was so funny he will be missed but the good thing the man upstairs got another good angel god bless his family they are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by L. Cameron    March 02, 2012

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My thoughts and prayers to Davy's family and friends-----Davy brought so many laughs and good memories to my life as a child watching the Monkees on TV.

Posted by anderson - fan   March 02, 2012

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I was smitten at the very first episode. Bitten by the Davy Jones bug. I had your face plastered all over my bedroom walls. Thank you Tiger Beat and all the other teen magazines for those wonderful photo memories. I was one of the girls yelling at Jimmy Hendricks to get off the stage at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium because "We Want Davy". If he was at Epcot, so was I, my husband and kids. And last year I dragged my hubby, one son and a new daughter-in-law along to the 45th Monkee reunion. As if I had a premonition..you know...just in case. Though I didn't think it would be Davy. I am so glad I did. Now I know I never will see Davy again. My heart is heavy and my soul is sad. We lost not only a great entertainer, but an enduring one. Someone who has held up through the decades and through generations. RIP my beloved Davy. You earned your wings. Now fly. ;(

Posted by Georgeann - Fan   March 02, 2012

here's the photo

Posted by Janet - Utica, NY   March 02, 2012

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On our way back to the Keys from Orlando, we stopped at Charlies for lunch and met Davy and his Dad. Davy was so nice and sweet and let me take his photo. All of us "girls" loved Davy...sympathy goes out to his family.

Posted by Janet    March 02, 2012

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I remember growing up with The Monkees....my neighbor and I would fight over who was going to marry him,,,we were only 10 at the time and he was a good 10 years older than us but it didnt matter....we were in love with him and swore we would win his heart,,,,so sad he had to die so young...

Posted by Laura - admirer   March 02, 2012

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Davy,
Thank you for the joy you brought to us
all;you are very much missed.

Posted by Renee M. Boudreaux - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I have always love you from the very beginning..rip...

Posted by Paula Lancaster - fan   March 02, 2012

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Thanks Davy...I am so proud you came here to the US and started the Monkees...you gave this World so MUCH!...You helped me to turn out to be the woman I am today...You showed Love,Kindness, and just always seemed to have time for everyone. And you have a great Family that understood what a Mark you made in this life of ours, Thanks to the Jones family,His Children grandchild ren and Wife...Our Hearts go out to you all you and to the Band The Monkees...thanks for being a part of my growing up...Bless you and see you soon. Rest for now. Tresea

Posted by Tresea Slone-Sullivan - friend and fan   March 02, 2012

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One promise I had made to myself when I was a teenager was if the Monkees reunited and did a reunion tour I was gonna see them one way or another and they did reunite,went on tour and I did get to see them.I love you guys and Davy you will be greatly missed.God bless his family and friends.

Posted by Freda    March 02, 2012

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I will miss your music. I will miss your humor. I will miss your beautiful smile. I will miss your flirtatious ways with the girls. I will miss my childhood crush. Davy Jones, you are in God's choir now and he is so lucky to have you. R.I.P.

Posted by Diane Nelson - Big fan   March 02, 2012

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I went to two of the Monkees concerts and always loved Davy.(who couldn't)He was my first teen crush.He was an all around performer and loved doing it. What a super guy. We lost him way too soon.

Posted by Holly R. Morgan - Fan   March 02, 2012

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To the Family and Friends of Davy Jones...

I am so Sorry to hear about his sudden passing yesterday. He was an Amazing Actor and Singer. Davy touched my heart and I am Honored to say that I grew up watching The Monkees TV show and listening to their music. I got to see The Monkees live in 1996 and the show was Unforgettable.

Posted by Jen - fan   March 02, 2012

Had such a huge crush on Davy Jones in my early teens. On my 24th birthday, in 1977, I had the honor of meeting Davy and Mickey Dolenz at a club they performed at. It was my birthday surprise from a friend. I went backstage between sets and met them both. I was awestruck. Davy kissed my hand and called me "luv." I nearly melted.I had the best 45 minute conversation with him and he hugged me at the end and went back on stage. It's a night I will never forget.I will miss him so much. R.I.P. Davy, you will always be my "Daydream Believer."

Posted by Diane Nelson - Russellville, AR - Huge Fan   March 02, 2012

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Dear Davy,
You were such a huge part of my childhood. I will treasure the memories and joy you brought to a lonely little girl so many years ago. May God blanket your family in His grace and give them peace. I will not mourn your loss, but rather rejoice in the life you chose to share with us and you will live on forever in my heart. Please take care of the little piece you took with you yesterday...until we meet again. Gail

Posted by Gail - a fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up watching there show. loved davy he was so cute...I am sad to hear he is gone, He will be missed...may u RIP... My prayers go out to his family....A big fan...

Posted by Tana Bosworth - A Fan.......   March 02, 2012

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Many condolences to the family. I have many great memories of Davy and the Monkees,and their music from my teenage years. God Bless Him.

Posted by Sharon Johnson - fan   March 02, 2012

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I will never forget you Davy Jones. May you rest in peace.

Posted by Pam Chastain - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy, I grew up watching you on tv and listening to your songs on the radio. You will be missed by many. What a wonderful legacy you have left. Rest in peace.

Posted by Julie Hastings - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy, I loved you and the Monkees since I was 6yrs old back in 1966. I loved your music and still listen to the Monkees to this day. I am so glad that I got to see the Monkees in 1986 & 1987. Then saw you with the Teen Idols tour back in 1998 at Foxwoods in CT. You are a fantastic entertainer and will be greatly missed

Posted by Susan Griffin - Scotia, NY - Fan   March 02, 2012

many condolences to his family. He will now join heaven's choir of angels with his beautiful voice. Rest in Peace with the Lord.

Posted by Robin    March 02, 2012

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The show may have only been on for 2 years but the memories of the talented, zany four will last forever! I adored them all but Davy did sing to people...he will be missed and had the priviledge of touching many..RIP..

Posted by Fran - fan   March 02, 2012

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I am saddened by his passing and pray, for the family, that the Angels hold you tight, as Davy is in the arms of his Angels
He will be forever alive in our hearts
Peace & Blessings

Posted by MICKEY SZAPPON - a fan   March 02, 2012

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I grew up with Davey Jones, and they made me know that I could do my music too, in my own way....Diane M. Crews

Posted by Diane M. Crews - a fan   March 02, 2012

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I heard him sing last year on mother day.RIP

Posted by carol - fan   March 02, 2012

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I will always remember the wonderful times I had watching the television show and I had a huge crush on Davy, collected every Tiger Beat magazine that featured him and the Monkees. He will be missed but luckily for us, his music will live on forever.

Posted by Lori - Fan   March 02, 2012

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I will always love you, I will miss you, The Monkees will never be the same to me. Such as wonderful person and full of love

Posted by Marsha Johnson - fan   March 02, 2012

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we will miss you very much REST IN PEACE

Posted by scott hamline - fan   March 02, 2012

No matter how my day was going Davy's voice could always make me smile when ever I heard it. He just allow me to rememeber my early years and a Monkees' fan, I will truly miss him. God Bless him

Posted by Herminia Monterroso - Chicago, IL - fan   March 02, 2012

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I remember coming home from school everday and watching The Monkees on tv. When we were younger we went to the Wisconsin State Fair to see the Monkees performing live. And in 2001 Davy Jones was playing a concert at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos,IL. I got to meet him, gave him a hug and received an autograph. He was a very nice person and will truly be missed.

Posted by Christine Moerle - fan   March 02, 2012

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The biggest thrill that I had was getting to see the Monkees perform in concert in NYC and again seeing them at the Monkee Convention in NJ. Yes, folks they played their own instruments. I loved and enjoyed every minute of it. Davy, you and your music will live in our hearts forever. You will be missed!

Posted by Kathleen Hauprich - a fan   March 02, 2012

I met him at Disney's EPCOT. Amazing singer and gentleman. Prayers for his family during this time of grief. He will be missed!

Posted by Judy Brown - Groveland, FL - FAN   March 02, 2012

Davy has a home in Beavertown Pa. for the past 22 years. He was a friend to every one he met . I have a lot of memories from keychains - books - music - autographs - photo of us together after a concert - & the best one is when I would go to his house & help to put together his magazine CLICK ! WE WILL MISS YOUR SMILE !

Posted by Dianna Hassinger - Beavertown, PA - friend   March 02, 2012

Davy has a home in Beavertown Pa. for the past 22 years. He was a friend to every one he met . I have a lot of memories from keychains - books - music - autographs - photo of us together after a concert - & the best one is when I would go to his house & help to put together his magazine CLICK ! WE WILL MISS YOU SMILE !

Posted by Dianna Hassinger - Beavertown, PA - friend   March 02, 2012

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When the Monkees were aired again on MTV in the 80s, I fell in love with the Monkees and, as a 6 year old girl I got my first crush on a boy named Davy Jones...a piece of my childhood and my little girl's heart went with you. The Lord comfort your family during this time and I pray I get to meet you one day. Until then, we love you and miss you.

Posted by Elesa - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Part of my childhood just died,,you will be missed,,your smile and kindness. God Bless Your Family..till we meet again.Rock on with God !

Posted by Liz Moore - friend   March 02, 2012

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We going to miss you a lot

Posted by jan Knowles    March 02, 2012

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A piece of my teenage years has passed. Davy Jones was an awesome performer & so genuine & caring. He was always kind to everyone. I pray for his family & hope that they know what a wonderful man he was. Thank you for making my teenage years the wonderful years they were - you will always be a part of my heart. RIP

Posted by Debbie - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy Jones from the Monkee's will never be forgotten. Would never miss an episode on TV. great music and fun times. god bless you Davy, may you rest in peace and rock and roll in heaven

Posted by Sheryl Evans - fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy Jones will always be a icon for the fans of the monkees and himself that grew up then..the music and the show will always give great memories for years to come. I had the pleasure of meeting Davy,Mickey,and Peter when they toured several years ago, in Dayton, Ohio on Halloween and they were the nicest guys. Thanks for the memories.RIP Davy we love u!

Posted by Kathy    March 02, 2012

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R.I.P

Posted by Charlie Mora - Fan   March 02, 2012

I remember watching your show every week and i had the biggest crush on you.I am so saddened to hear about your passing.You will always be in my memory.

Posted by DEBIE WEBBER - chattanooga, TN - fan   March 02, 2012

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you were a fun time in my life could not want to see the Monkeys
rest in peace

Posted by Linda - tv wather   March 02, 2012

Having you in our town will leave so many
good memories - they will last forever.
From the keychain , the calendar , the music, the picture of you & I , the concerts
the books the times I spent at your house working on CLICK ect. They all are treasured
memories & I thank you for each & every one.

Posted by Dianna - Beavertown, PA - friend for 22 years   March 02, 2012

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He will be missed forever and his memory cherished always.

Posted by Beth Nee    March 02, 2012

Just wanted to say a heartfelt sorry for your lose to the family and friends of Davy Jones. I know he will be missed by all of you. Heaven must have needed another Angel with a voice to match. God's Blessing to you, Sherry & Steve Bumpus

Posted by Sherry Bumpus - Menasha, WI - fan   March 02, 2012

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I never had the honor of meeting Mr. Davy Jones, but it was a literaly a life long dream to have done so. Monkees and his sweet songs are all I have to remember.

Posted by Deana - fan   March 02, 2012

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Growing up I was raised by my parents especially, my mom whom loved 50-60's music. And the MONKEES, was one of many groups I learned to admire as well as my uncle "Lucky Lee Houston" a 50's-90's country star.

Posted by Timothy P. Farrand Jr. - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Davy, you were a part of my life for many years. On Monday nights I would watch you with my parents. I will always you were the one who made me want to sing, and learn music. God indeed has a wonderful voice in the heavenly choir now. God be with your family at this time. we will miss our Daydream Believer..

Posted by Debbie McMullen - a fan   March 02, 2012

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Your Light Shines On In Heaven. Sing with the Angels forever.

Love You Teresa

Posted by Teresa - Forever Fan   March 02, 2012

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With sincere thanks for bringing so much joy into the lives of so many. You will never be forgotten, and will live on in the hearts of all who loved you.

Posted by Beverly Remy - fan   March 02, 2012

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Thankyou for all the joy you gave all your fans. The doors of heaven opened up to welcome a new angel - that angel was Davy. God Bless you and your loved ones.

Posted by Diane Thomaschek - a fan   March 02, 2012

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RIP Davy , i was always your biggest fan. Gone Too soon.we all love you <3>

Posted by dawn reeckmann - a true fan   March 02, 2012

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you were a zany monkee but so cute but i will still love you.

Posted by amanda    March 02, 2012

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I'll always remember you as a part of my youth. You will be missed

Posted by Nancy    March 02, 2012

I knew of David from his connection to "Oliver!" and met him at the stage door at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco where he appeared as Sam Weller in "Pickwick." He later sent me an autographed photo. He couldn't have been nicer or more gracious. When he was onstage, all eyes were on him... well before "The Monkees," he was a skilled and charismatic performer. I was about 13 when I met him, I'm now 60, and the thought of him still makes me smile. My warm and sincere condolences to his family. Karen Field.

Posted by karen field - Topeka, KS - fan   March 02, 2012

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Posted by jo jo jones - wife   March 02, 2012

YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY THAT LOVED YOUR MUSIC. REST IN PEACE AND THANKS FOR ALL THE YEARS OF MUSIC YOU SHARED WITH ALL OF US.

Posted by JANICE - johnson city, TN - fan   March 02, 2012

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You will be missed 'Artful Dodger' Rest in peace. Cissy

Posted by Cissy Abruzzese - fan   March 02, 2012

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I remember wathing all the funny episodes on Nickelodion and MTV they were funny all of them. Hope they put them on TV again as a TRIBUTE to Davy Jones and if I can find one of the dvd's of the Monkees I will purchase it. they always made me laugh even when I was down. So Sad To Hear This :-((((

Posted by Liz George Young - A Fan   March 02, 2012

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i would come come home from school and watch the monkees everyday it was a fanastic show

Posted by Debra - fan   March 02, 2012

My first crush at age 13, so very sad to hear of his passing, too many of this worlds "gentle" souls leave too early. RIP Davy and now your voice will be forever with the angels.

Posted by Sherrie - gallatin, TN - fan   March 02, 2012

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You will always be my favorite. Thank you for all the wonderful memories you have left us. My heart goes out to your family.

Posted by Linda Barbett    March 02, 2012

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I would listen to the music all day long growing up. He was a big part of my childhood and will be missed because of his sweet spirit and voice. RIP

Posted by Linda Marie Lachowicz - a fan   March 02, 2012

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RIP

Posted by Dana Kiser    March 02, 2012

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Davy Jones was my teenage idol. The only guy (& group) I had on my wall. His voice will live on in my heart as long as it beats.

Posted by S. C. Griffith - Fan   March 02, 2012

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Rest in Peace. You brought a lot of joy to a lot of people. You will be missed. I pray for peace for the family during this difficult time.

Posted by Pamela H. - fan   March 02, 2012

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When I saw the Monkees reunion tour, I got to go backstage. Davy was my favorite, and I asked for a hug. He smiled and said, "of course!" and gave me a big hug. I love you, Davy!

Posted by Becka - a fan   March 02, 2012

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I emjoyed watching the monkey's when I was young and my grandaughter and I watched them when they came back on tv for awhile she loved them to. I was very surprized when I heard them announce he had died it made me sad. My condolence go out to his family he will be missed by many

Posted by janet - fan   March 02, 2012

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I was a Monkee maniac and have all of their albums. Losing Davy is like losing a part of my childhood. He is already much missed.

Posted by TLD - fan   March 02, 2012

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we love you davey , u will be missed greatly

Posted by Grace Brown - beloved Fan   March 02, 2012

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The Monkees TV show was my favorite as a young teenager. I was just shy of 13 years old when their show debuted in Aug. 1966. I loved their music--I even had Monkees songbooks and played their songs on my guitar and sang (nowhere as good as the guys, except maybe for Peter--lol). I had the opportunity to see them in concert in Duluth, MN in December of 1986 when they were doing their 20th anniversary tour. I loved every second of it. Of course, Mike wasn't there, but the guys did a terrific job in spite of that. It was interesting to see parents AND their children there who were fans of the Monkees. There was one young lady who was waving her arms, as if she were trying to get Davy's attention. Their music has spanned generations.
Davy, may you be in eternal peace right now, and singing God's praises in Heaven. THANK YOU for the good times------

Posted by Dennis Hall - a devoted fan   March 02, 2012

This seems silly as a fan there are millions of us mourning this loss. I can't seem to stop the watching the videos and find many old friend having a need to send ME condolences because everyone who knows me knows I am, and will always be a Davy fan. Special thanks to one of his publicists from the Detroit area. It was she, who's husband worked with my husband, that got me backstage passes at one of the Monkees concerts fulfilling a lifelong dream of meeting Davy. I also have a signed autograph picture wishing my a "happy first mothers day" from him which is my most treasured item. Those first notes of Daydream believer will always make me smile because I know what's to follow with that amazing voice! Peace to all of his family and thank you for sharing him with all of us out there.

Posted by teri - Troy, MI - fan   March 02, 2012

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Thanks for the songs. You always made me smile.

Posted by Crystal - fan   March 02, 2012

Davy was one of my first crushes as a teenager. I was in high school when the Monkees were on TV.
When my youngest son turned 21, we took him to Las Vegas to celebrate. Davy happened to be singing in one of the bar stages in the casino. I was sitting at the slot machine and could swivel my chair and watch Davy.
I was listening to him sing and all of sudden behind me there was a terrible din. I was really irritated because I was having a hard time hearing Davy. I turned to my son and said "Who is making all that noise? I want to listen to Davy." Turned out I had hit a jackpot and all that noise was the $50 clunking into the tray behind my back. Didn't care, I still wanted to hear Davy!

Posted by Carol Beckwith - San Juan Capistrano, CA - fan   March 02, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones, I loved the Monkees, especially Davy. My favorite song of all would have to Daydream Believer. You will be missed.

Posted by Jacque - FAN   March 02, 2012

I LOVED Davy and the Monkees back in the day. Davy had a great voice and was a natural entertainer. I saw him in concert a few years back locally, and he put on a fabulous show. He was probably the main player of the four Monkees, and he will be greatly missed. What a shock. I hope his eyes continue to sparkle in heaven.

Posted by Diane - Everett, PA   March 01, 2012

i will always remember him, when he came out with day dream beliver i was a little girl and i sood on my fathers shoes and danced with him, when i hear that song i always cry it always give a memory of my father and davy jones.he played at the turning stone casino he was great god is getting a wonderful man.

Posted by ann harp - oneida, NY - fan   March 01, 2012

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I always loved the Monkees. I still watch the show. You will be missed Davy and there is an empty spot because you left us too soon.

Posted by Tammy - fan   March 01, 2012

Too young to go! But he would have told everyone that he had a full and awesome life, I'm sure. I was a classic teenybopper when the Monkees were at the height of their popularity. I ADORED Davy, and had posters of him everywhere. Like any other girl that age, I'd pine over him, and my heart would race at the sight of him every Monday night on television. Was this a group of ultra-talented and prolific musicians? Well, not really. But they sure represented the kind of healthy, wholesome "teen idol" images that parents didn't really mind. My grandmother watched them along with my sister and me. They were silly and sexy and fun. I can't help but to agree with Al Roker: a piece of my youth is gone.

Posted by Heavenly Girl    March 01, 2012

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When I first saw Davy Jones, I was immediately taken by his good looks and boyish charm. When he sang it was a wonder to behold. It's a shame that the end came so soon.

R.I.P. Davy.

Posted by Lenora - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Will always remember as a teenager you were on my wall and watched you all the time. Can't beleive you are gone, good memories.

Posted by Sharon Bedell    March 01, 2012

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May you rest in peace,the enjoyment you have brought to your fans will live on

Posted by Jennifer Fenton - fan   March 01, 2012

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what a tragic loss. RIP Davy

Posted by Linda    March 01, 2012

My condolences to the Jones family. my
children enjoyed watching the TV show. may the God of all comfort help your family to endure during this time of grief.

Posted by JAMES LONG    March 01, 2012

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Growing up I loved to watch The Monkey Show, and I fell in love with David,his charm just won me over. He has passed way to soon and he will be missed, but not forgotton.

Posted by Sharon - Fan   March 01, 2012

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As a little girl I had the biggest crush on DAVY JONES. He was always adorable - may he Rest In Peace.

Posted by Joan Cardona - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I remember keeping a folder with all the info on "The Monkees" and Davey was of course one of my favorites...I bought all their albums and also got one album of Davey prior to the Monkees.

Posted by CJ Green    March 01, 2012

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remember using the old tape recorder placing it infront of the television and recording all the shows and listened to them for hours and knew exactly what was happening. I was 5 yrs. old been a fan ever since. Davy i know god needed you my prayers go out to his family and Mickey,Peter,Mike. I won't ever forget you.

Posted by beth gamelin - #1 fan for 42 yrs.   March 01, 2012

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For all of the beautiful smiles you gave and shared with your fans and even now I am at age 58 and the feelings you brought forth in me still are one of a kind! I thank you Davy Jones from the bottom of my heart. To the family...What a blessing he was to us all!

Posted by Carolyn Bennett - Loving Fan   March 01, 2012

I loved him. He was a dreamy, sweet Monkee. I remember going to a Rockies game and he was the entertainment. He went up to the fence to wave and support his adoring fans.

Posted by Bevy Adams - Denver, CO - fan   March 01, 2012

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My sister ,I want to see Davy,Mickey,Peter 3 times.When they where on tour in our state.

Posted by Angela Cord - Fan.   March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones

Posted by Crystal Kellogg - fan   March 01, 2012

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Growing up my sister and our two best friends Janet and Joyce were in LOVE with the Monkees. We had pictures on our walls not only on our bedroom walls but our clubhouse walls as well. We watched the shows, sang the songs and performed dance routines to the music for anyone that would watch. My biggest thrill came when I saw Davy, Mickey and Peter perform in Lincoln. I will admit that one of Davy's songs made me cry because I was actually seeing the Monkees in person. Davy-you, Mickey, Mike and Peter gave us so many fabulous memories that there are no words to thank you for the best part of growing up. May God bless you. You will be missed.

Posted by Angela Briganti - HUGE FAN   March 01, 2012

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To a wonderful singer who entertained me all throughout my childhood. I was lucky enough to to meet him twice and see him multiple times in concert. You will never be forgotten!

Posted by Aimee Meyerowitz - fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy your a star collector .
May your love shines on everyone that loves you.
PEACE & Love
Holly

Posted by HOLLY - FAN   March 01, 2012

I was in Orlando visiting my brother and taking care of my Mother. My brother and my niece had gone on a field trip to EPCOT, and I had to stay behind. My brother called me to tell me Davy Jones was singing there. I told my brother to tell him I said 'hi'. He called me again so I could listen to Davy sing. It was great, but when the third call came and my brother said that someone wanted to speak to me, I was in shock when Davy's voice with his English accent was on the phone, asking 'Cathleen, where are you and why aren't you here?' He probably thought my brother and I were nuts, but I was 11 years old again and the person that was trying to talk to one of the Monkees. It was just so sweet, and I am sure Davy didn't think it was that big of deal, but it was. Al Roker is right, a little part ojf my youth died on February 29th, 2012.

Posted by Cathy Callahan - Cincinnati, OH - fan   March 01, 2012

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The sweet memories of my youth. The first show aired on my Birthday and when I saw Davy, it was all over. I was fortunate to see him and the Monkees a few times and was able to speak with Davy several times throughout his career. He was a very patient and kind man to his fans. You will be missed by us babyboomers and your passing has broken a lot of hearts. You are now in the embrace of our Loving Lord. May our Lord give your family strength and your memories give them peace until they see you once again.

Posted by Debi Clarridge - Fan   March 01, 2012

the first time i played in front of people
was in 7th grade,
and i say on oh his songs

Posted by Douglas Driver - Hinckley, MN - fan   March 01, 2012

I saw the Movie ' Head" in the late sixties. It starred the Monkees and a slew of famous actors.I still cdon't know what it was really about but I enjoyed it anyway!

Posted by stan lewis - Atlanta, GA - self   March 01, 2012

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We loved you Davey. God be with your family during this time.

Posted by Linda Gasque - A Fan   March 01, 2012

I was really excited just a few weeks ago to find a Monkees 33LP record at my local Good Will store. I took it home and listened to it straight away and it brought back fond memories of my teen years. God's blessing on his soul and may peace that passes understanding be with those who knew and loved him on a personal level. Shirley from Walterboro, S.C.

Posted by Shirley Stone Yurcho - Walterboro, SC   March 01, 2012

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David was my first love, my first crush, my first realization as a young girl of boys. He, as well as the rest of the group brought me a lot of joy during some very difficult periods growing up. I actually saw him in concert on Valentines Day last year, 2011 and I smile just thinking of him. He was a giving, kind person and will be missed by many, in many ways. Esp. us girls who grew up with him on our walls and in our hearts.
I know you are with the Lord now David and singing your heart out! Heaven received a new Angel yesterday. God Bless you David for all you gave. Godspeed to your family, may they have comfort and peace. I thank you for sharing your daddy, your husband and your friend with us all these years. You are forever in my heart my sweet daydream believer. PT

Posted by Paula T - 1! FAN   March 01, 2012

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My mother passed away in '66 so "The Monkee's" TV programs helped me with laughter and y'alls music kept me occupied always. Thank you. Prayers for your family during this difficult time.

Posted by CJ    March 01, 2012

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Thank you Davy for many beautiful memories and many wonderful songs. You will be missed so much.

Posted by Sheryl Mowry - a fan for many years   March 01, 2012

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Davy was a part of the American cinema history. What beautiful and innocent days he and The Monkees represented. God bless his wife and daughters and family. He will be missed but, as always, gently remembered.

Posted by Lynn - fan   March 01, 2012

I will miss you, Davy. Like so many fans, you were an important part of my life growing up listening to your music. Love Forever
SariZel

Posted by SariZel Robbins - tazewell, TN - fan   March 01, 2012

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When I was 11-13yrs old. I loved the Monkeys. Especially Davy and Mickey. He was the love of my life at that time. He just didn't know it. I will always remember the innocense and joy of life and watching their tv show was so much fun. I loved them way more then the Beatles. I'm sorry for the pain his friends and family are feeling. He will be missed.

Posted by Pam Belcher - fan   March 01, 2012

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May God Bless the Joneses, Church Family, Family, Friends, & Fans.

Posted by gary.nicholAs - fan   March 01, 2012

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May the soul of Davy Jones rest in peace among our Heavenly Father. You musice will never be forgotten and live on forever. May your family find the comfort and be at peace for your lost.

G. Fonseca

Posted by Gladys - Fan   March 01, 2012

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You were such a great part of my early teens. The world is going to miss a wonderful person!
JJ - Philadelphia, PA

Posted by JJ    March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy. God holds you in his arms right now and we hold you in our hearts forever...

Posted by Linda London-Burzynski - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I will miss you Davy Jones but you will still be in my dreams.

Posted by Becky Moesner - fan   March 01, 2012

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I loved the Monkees, but especially Davy Jones! I'm saddened he passed at such an early age and my prayers go out to his wife, daughters, son-in-laws and grandchildren. His music will live on forever!!

Posted by Rita Schilling - fan   March 01, 2012

Rock on Davy You will be missed What fun memories you
gave to all of us Peace and Love to your family

Posted by Lisa    March 01, 2012

My first crush! He made us all Daydream Believers!He gave us memories in our childhood that make us smile & sing! He has always been a wonderful memory & will continue to be. I know he will be greatly missed by his family. RIP- Until we all together again!

Posted by Lynn Carey - Tampa, FL - Lifelong fan   March 01, 2012

What a crush I had on him in the 60's! Great feel-good music.

Posted by Sooz - Des Moines, WA - fan   March 01, 2012

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I can remember doing the Monkey Walk with my friends. I had pictures from the Teen Magazine or any other pictures that I could get of Davy Jones.
My best friend had a spider monkey and named him Davy Jones.
I would watch the Monkees all the time. I would sing all the songs and try to dance the way he did.

Posted by JOYCE PITTMAN - A FAN   March 01, 2012

I adored Davy Jones as a young girl and saw the Monkees in concert in July of '67 at Cincinnati Gardens. You could not hear any of the music as we were all screaming so loud. In later years I saw them again(minus Mike) at Sea World in San Antonio TX. This time I heard the music and they still sounded great. And he was as cute as ever! I will never forget him and the joy he brought to my young teenage years.

Posted by Karen Record Archer - San Antonio, TX - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I, like millions of other women in the world had a crush on you when we were growing up. The world has lost a great musician. May you rest in peace...Joann from New Jersey

Posted by Joann Appleton - Fan   March 01, 2012

RIP Davy you will be missed by millions. You were always my favorite Monkee, and anything and everything that had to do with the Monkees I owned. Now you can sing for the angels, make them swoon and someday when we are all together again we can hear your sing again.

Posted by diane brooks - crystal lake, IL - FAN   March 01, 2012

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Davy Jonnes you are one in a million you will be missed Rest. In peace

Posted by andrea    March 01, 2012

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"Your music will live on forever" RIP Davy!

Posted by Heidi - Fan   March 01, 2012

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While expecting our middle son, my wife & I saw the Davy perform with the Monkees at the Sunset House of Blues. One of the best nights and a treasured memory. Thank you Davy. Bless you family. Sincerely, b2
Moorpark, California

Posted by Brian Barry - Supporter and Fan   March 01, 2012

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I grew up with the Monkees music and I like many, adored them - especially Davy. I had the opportunity to meet him and have him autograph his album he made before he was in the Monkees. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. He will be missed.
Donna

Posted by Donna    March 01, 2012

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still cant not beleave your gone. R.I.P. DAVY

Posted by michelle EMERSON    March 01, 2012

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I met Davy in 2010 - gave him a ride to the concert grounds. He was kind, courteous, and a joy to talk with. Rest in peace, Davy. May you ride with the wind on horses you loved from the past.

Posted by Jane Matlock - fan   March 01, 2012

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I have been a fan for 38 years. He is going to be sadly missed. I am so greatful that I got to see the Monkees in the mid 1990's when my Husband surprised me with concert tickets. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Posted by Karen Linder - Fan   March 01, 2012

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R.I.P., loved the Monkee's growing up.

Posted by Erik Maul - fan   March 01, 2012

isaw him in the brady bunch play and after the play he gave out autogtraphs istoodinline for10minutes itwas worth the wait he wasinflint whenigot his autographhoo.com

Posted by rene deroche - grandblanc, MI - fan   March 01, 2012

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Still enjoying "The Monkees" reruns. So sorry for the loss of someone we grew up with, too soon.

Posted by Dana - A Fan   March 01, 2012

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I fell in love with the Monkees in the early 70's by watching all their reruns. Davy Jones was of course my favorite but all the guys were great. As I am older and catch their shows on either antenna tv or on youtube or whatever I am reminded how funny and cute they all were and I still love the music to this day. I am really sad about Davy's passing. He really was a great guy with alot of talent and alot of love for performing. I wished I could have made it to one of his shows to see him live. I just know that I would have been in for a real treat. RIP Davy. Miss you already.

Posted by a fan in NJ - a fan   March 01, 2012

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My first crush, love you forever.

Posted by Lupe Mireles - Devoted fan   March 01, 2012

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you and the rest of the Monkeys made school more fun...

Posted by ora maikoski    March 01, 2012

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I WANT TO SAY THAT WE WILL ALWAY'S REMEMBER THE TALLENT AND VOICE OF SINGING DAVY HAD.
I REALLY THOUGHT ALOT OF HIM FOR HIS TALENT.
I WILL NEVER FORGET HIM

DAVY WE WILL ALWAY'S REMEMBER YOUR SONG'S AND ACTING

Posted by TERESA - FAN   March 01, 2012

He was just loved and adored, and not sure if my last tribute make it through cyberland, but the few seconds I got while he signed his autobiography will forever remain with me (yes I had my inner Marcia Brady moment)! RIP Beautiful Man with amazing talent!

Posted by Nikki - Illiopolis, IL - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Rest in peace, dear Davy. You were my favorite "Monkee" and I have many happy memories of watching you on TV and listening to your songs. May the angels surround you...

Posted by Lisa Welch-Sweeney    March 01, 2012

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he was just like Dick Clark never grows old and looks GREAT.i cryed when i herd the news of his death.my thoughts and prayers goes out to his wife and children.a ledgend gone but never forgotting.

Posted by carin perry - fan   March 01, 2012

I love tThe Monkeys Davy Jones was my --- crush --- we used to run through the house like the Monkeys did 6 kids and our mom! :) love is the answer I am going to continue to live to love to sing ---
my heart goes out to the family of this wonderful man!! Love Katy

Posted by Katy Elfstrand - mtka, MN - fan   March 01, 2012

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my prayers are with you

Posted by Glenda Bowman    March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones & The Monkees helped me get thru so many things in my childhood. My parents divorced and there were many nights I heard Mom cry, and the one thing that cheered us a little was listening to Daydream Believer...

Posted by Pat Alexandre - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I once had the opprotunity to meet Mr Davey Jones who was doing a show on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk at a place called The Chatterbox in 1977. It was a memory that I will never forget. He was extremely stunning in his emerald green suit. Mickey was also part of the show and how they chatted with all hanging outside just waiting to hear them sing. My deepest sympathy to his family & friends and to all his fans.

Posted by Donna Sundberg - Fan   March 01, 2012

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His Song I want to be free, guided my teenage years. He will be missed, and now he is free.

Posted by veturika - fan   March 01, 2012

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I just was,in shock when I heard the news this morning that davy jones of the monkees past away.he has always been so loved Iwe
the world have lost a great wonderful human being.i grew up
watching the monkees and davy always was my favorite he had a
baby face.now that I have kids they watch d monkees too.he will always live in my heart and memory.now hes with GOD.my thanks to davy he leaves great memories with hes songs.he will always be
a GREAT LEGEND now and for ever.rest in peace.we will always Love u.

Posted by Lory - Fan   March 01, 2012

I just adored him, that is all. The only time I can say I had direct contact with him (besides being one of the VERY ECSTATIC FANS in the audience twice for the 20th reunion tour in 1986 and 1987) is when he signed my copy of his autobio for me. I asked for a hug and I got a quick peck and a "Thank You Darlin'" in that beautiful accent. I have not met all that many celebs, but I can tell the difference between the ones who seem like meeting fans as a chore, and Davy just seemed to love his adoration! RIP lovely man with enormous talent!

Posted by Nikki - Illiopolis, IL - Big Fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy,
Thank you for the music, laughter and memories of my childhood, of which you and The Monkee's were a great part of. You made those days brighter, even on cloudy days and we will miss the light you gave this world. My deepest sympathy to your daughters and wife at this time of great loss and sorrow.
An old fan

Posted by Joseph Swidas - A long-time fan.   March 01, 2012

davy was my first love, i came to know the monkees when i was in the 5th grade. i am now 55 i sang his music all the time and had his posters all over my room. i feel like i lost a true friend i've known of him over half of my life

Posted by lynn meadows - sshady spring, WV - just a lifelong fan   March 01, 2012

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R.I.P. You brought many happy moments to this fan. I am happy that I was able to catch your last Michigan performance, it was the highlight of my summer! You will be missed!

Posted by L. S. - Fan   March 01, 2012

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TO MANY TO COUNT. DAVY MAY YOU ENJOY SINGING IN HEAVEN. RIP

Posted by CAROLYN DEAL - admirer   March 01, 2012

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We will miss you very much but you will live forever in our hearts with your music.
R.I.P Davy....

Posted by Linda Patten - Fan   March 01, 2012

I'll always remember watching The Monkees every Saturday morning. It was the best part of my weekend. I met my best friend because of our being such big fans. We are still best friends to this day. I will never forget the day I met Davy in NYC. He, Micky and Mike were staying at a hotel a block away from me! I have pictures, autographs but best of all my memories. Rest In Peace Davy. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to his family, Micky, Mike and Peter.

Posted by Norma - Maspeth, NY - Fan   March 01, 2012

i regret thaht i never met him personally but i has the opportunity to see him perform twice. i will never forget them! i only wish i had know him personally, for the kind, witty, young-at-heart man he was. RIP davy, you wil be loved and missed deeply....

Posted by Barb Khan - Chicago, IL - huge fan!   March 01, 2012

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I am broken hearted. I have lost a major part of my youth. I saw the Monkees with my friends. We thought we had died and gone to heaven. I had his pictures all over my room and lockers. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

Posted by Carol Thomason - fan   March 01, 2012

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As a young child I enjoyed the Monkees TV show. The singing hooked me right in and of course that adorable young man with the stars in his eyes didn't hurt either!
I rediscovered the Monkees 10 years ago and have been going to reunion concerts and shows with Davy and his band all over New England. The shows brought me pure joy and transported me back to my early years in the 60's to a time of feeling carefree. They made me feel happiness for my life then and now! Thanks for giving me that Davy Jones! Bless you!
A Thankful Fan,
Robin

Posted by Robin Whiteman    March 01, 2012

Hey we will all miss you and i went to see him at a school over in ohio with my dad and our friends and he was really good.

Posted by jade jones - springboro, PA - friend   March 01, 2012

I had a large picture of Davy on my bedroom door and I kissed him good night each night
for years. My friend had no color TV, so I would watch the Monkees, writing down things and would call her after and describe the show. I finally got to see him in person when I was about 50. It was wonderful to see in concert someone who was
a real part of my young life and I enjoy
the music to this day. God bless you, Davy.

Posted by Diane Johnson - Sellersburg, IN - fan   March 01, 2012

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May God Bless you and your family. Rest in peace.

Posted by julee bennett - fan   March 01, 2012

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I am such a huge Davy Jones fan and to this day even my grandson knows his music, this is how wonderful and lasting his voice was.Thank you God and the Jones family for sharing him with those of us who loved him..

Posted by Wanda    March 01, 2012

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Thankful I grew up watching the monkees, got to see the 20 year reunion at fairmount park in philadelphia pa. Prayers out to His family. Loved you Davy.

Posted by Denise WinterLt    March 01, 2012

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Davey was one of my first pre-teen crushes. To me he was just as dreamy as he always acted like he was when he saw a beautiful girl on the show. He will be missed. God Bless

Posted by Debbie Cordell - fan   March 01, 2012

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Saw him in concert in the 80's such wonderful memories. Rest in peace you will be missed.

Posted by Holly    March 01, 2012

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Loved the TV show when I was a teen, special memories. Thanks Davy for being a part of my young life. My thoughts and prayers are for your family in their journey without you by their side.

Posted by Carole Lusser - fan   March 01, 2012

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I was 11 years old when I first saw Davy on the Monkees and that was it I was in love. I told everyone that I was going to marry Davy Jones. Although that dream never happened it was still a good dream I am still a hugh fan of Davys and of the Monkees. You are all in my thoughts and prayers may God bless you all.

Posted by Gail Holder - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I loved the Monkee's show. To this day I would love to see reruns.

Davy, your picture will forever hang in my 60's game room. You will be missed.

Posted by Karen Dorsett - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I just saw the Monkees perform a few months back in Westbury. They had screens behind showing them in their younger days singing the same songs they were performing. Davy was dancing around stage like a kid. It brought back such memories for me and my sister who loved the show. He joked that at the time the producers of the show had him fall in love with someone new every week. He loved his fans and never hesitated to give his time for a good cause. It's like a part of my youth is now gone. He'll be sadly missed. Still can't believe it.

Posted by Holly Manthey    March 01, 2012

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I grew up with the Monkees. It always made me laugh, never a dull moment...He will be sadly missed

Posted by Debbie Moore Arntson - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones was a wonderful entertainer and two words best describe him as a man - "Class Act." He was a wonderful English diplomat, singer, actor, and talent from Manchester, England who graced our lives for many years. The World has truly lost a great man and entertainer. - Kenneth Janeway, Songwriter.

Posted by Kenneth Janeway - Admirer and Fan   March 01, 2012

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I was only twelve years old when the Monkees came onto the scene, so I grew up with them. I feel like part of my childhood died yesterday with the death of Davy Jones. I kept waking up throughout the night last night thinking about this tragic too young death. I will forever miss him and being able to see the Monkees together which I did last summer during their 45th anniversary tour.

Posted by Donna Doyle - Forever Fan   March 01, 2012

Thank you Davy.When you all first came into my world in 1966 Ilost my mother your music and The Beatles kept me going.
May your songs be with us

Posted by Collette    March 01, 2012

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To his friends and family my sincere condolences... he has been that little light in my heart when I drift back to my youth. I hope his family holds on to the knowledge that he brought and will always bring smiles to our faces. We loved him and always will. Thank you for sharing him with the world, it meant a great deal to all of us.

Posted by DARLENE CARTER - fan   March 01, 2012

I never met Davy personally, but my mother and older brother did when we lived in CA. He was a very humble and polite man. My mom was quite taken with his genuine demeanor. He stopped and talked with her for a while, took a picture with her and called her "mum". As it goes with people of fame I think he really kept it real and appreciated his fans very much.
Thank you Davy, for a lifetime of entertaining we savages.
John Mastrodonato

Posted by John Mastrodonato - Bladen, NE   March 01, 2012

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Your music made my childhood better. Rest in peace Davy... you will be remembered fondly.

Posted by Donna Henson    March 01, 2012

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Thanks for all the wonderful memories,and the years of wonderful music.

Posted by kathi hall - fan   March 01, 2012

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You brought lot's of smiles in my teen years...Thanks for the memorys you were my first teenage crush ..rip

Posted by Linda - fan   March 01, 2012

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My favorite group of the 60"s was the Monkees. There show was a ritual for me as a 10-12 year old at that time! I followed Davy through his career and attended many concerts. I last saw him in Disney World at the flower Power festival a few years ago and he performed better than ever! I am sorry to loose such a charismatic entertainer at such a young age. My prayers & best wishes to his family! He will be rememberd for the joy he brought to people's lives! Rest in Peace

Posted by Barbara Sivba - Fan   March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy,
You were a great man in your life. Let God's loving arms wrap around you, and give you peace.
Gone but not forgotten, Bless you and your family in this time of need.
Jennifer

Posted by Jennifer Cheshier - Fan   March 01, 2012

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You brought such happy memories to so many people. You where an inspiration and you will be missed.

Posted by Gwen    March 01, 2012

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Your songs and voice will always be here for all to hear. Davy you'll be sorrowly missed. Say Hi to all the other greats upthere XOXO

Posted by Eddie V - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Watching the Monkees TV show was one of the highlights of my day when I was 16. Always had a crush on them all, especially Davy. RIP Davy!!

Posted by Vicki Short - longtime fan   March 01, 2012

I know I am no different from any other fan who shared their teenage years with The Monkees experience. When I think of the Monkees, and especially Davy, I am immediately transported to my younger years. I spent a large portion of those years either watching the tv show or locked in my room singing along with their albums. Those were truly the good ole days. Growing up, I never had a chance to see Davy in concert; however, as adults, my sister and I were present at one of their reunion concerts in Florida. As old as we were, when Davy came on stage, my sister and I hugged each other and cried. Dearest Davy, with your parting, you take along with you a little bit of our youth but the good memories will always remain. Thank you for the memories. Tere Barreiro

Posted by Tere - Pembroke Pines, FL - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Attended 8 concerts with Davy. Attended his book signing whereby he allowed me to take a picture with him and I even gave him a kiss. My 5 yr. old daughter, adopted from Russia, attended a Cape Cod concert and Davy came down from the stage to shake her hand - You are at Peace, Davy.

Posted by Helen Butcher - BIG FAN FROM BEGINNING   March 01, 2012

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You will be missed. Thank you for the great entertainment and memorable moments.

Posted by reddiva    March 01, 2012

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R.I.P Davy!

Posted by Yolanda Tarczon - fan   March 01, 2012

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I grew up with the Monkees. Davy was my favorite (sorry Mike). He was taken too soon, will be in my prayers.

Posted by Angela Delisa - eternal fan   March 01, 2012

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I have been a fan of Davy's since I was three years. My mother once told that all I would have to do is hear Davy's voice come over the TV and I would take off for the living room. Come to think of it I still did that. I got to meet Davy 12 years ago and I talked to him about the one thing that we had in common and that was horseracing. We had a short but good converstion. I will miss you Davy. You will always be in my heart.

Posted by Nicole Johnson - Devoted fan   March 01, 2012

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You will always be remembered <3>

Posted by Randi Ellen Portnoy Zeff    March 01, 2012

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I remember seeing the Monkees in San Francisco, CA at the Cow Palace in August of 1967. It was the first concert I had ever been to and it was crazy. Girls were screaming and crying. I loved Davy Jones and he will be missed a great deal. RIP Davy. Your music will live on as well as your memory.

Posted by Diane - Fan   March 01, 2012

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You will be deeply missed by all your fans I am so glad I got to see you in person last June 20,2011 I Will never forget my one in a lifetime event in my life my heart goes out to your wife and family and your band mates and fans.

Posted by Debra Davidson    March 01, 2012

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Davy was my 1st teen idol,who i had a huge crush on him,i would watch the Monkees as much as i can,just to really see Davy,and his singing. RIP Davy.

Posted by Deborah - fan   March 01, 2012

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MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO DAVY'S FAMILY THE PUBLI
C HAS ONE OF IT GREATEST.

Posted by DEDE HAYES - A FAN   March 01, 2012

Came home from work for lunch, and pulled up my fb page, where someone had posted the tragic news of my Davy's passing. My pup couldn't understand why mommy was crying. I was very priviledged to have Davy sing 'Girl' to me at the Hemmens Auditorium where I was sitting in the front row. I would also plan my Walt Disney World trips around his performances at EPCOT every May. I am grief stricken, but take comfort that he may be singing to my Mom, Dad, and Husband in Heaven. God rest your soul, my sweet man.

Posted by Michelle LeVault - Elgin, IL - A Believer   March 01, 2012

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Rest in peace Davy Jones. You will be missed by all your fans! Prayers going out to your family!

Posted by Laura Jean - LA - Fan   March 01, 2012

I remember many great moments with friends when the Monkees celebrated their reunion in the 80s. From concerts to albums to book signings we bonded through our love of the Monkees. My favorite memory was meeting Davy at a book signing in Boston. He took the time to talk and laugh with us and take a number of pictures. I still remember posing cheek to cheek with him- what a cutie! We'll miss him, but he will live on through the show, the music, and the memories!

Posted by Lori - NH - fan   March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy

Posted by Eileen - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Just wanted to say how saddened I was to learn of Davey's passing. He was a wonderful heart throb in the sixties. I am sorry for your loss. Sending blessings and Angels to guide you through your grief.

Posted by Jo Ann - Fan   March 01, 2012

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the love of my life when I was a teenager ...RIP Davey ... sing for the angels !!!

Posted by connie tremblay - fan   March 01, 2012

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One of the performers in my past who taught me how to be a "Daydream believer"- rest in peace Davy

Posted by betsy    March 01, 2012

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grew up loving him, so so sad, RIP I have great memories, He was way too young!!! Mary SI NY :-(

Posted by Mary - a fan!!   March 01, 2012

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We are all going to miss you Davey!you were a very talented Performer.And a Heart-throb I remember I was a young girl watching the Monkees on TV.Seems only Yesterday. Love and god Bless Your Fan Debbie

Posted by Debbie - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Gosh, it seems like yesterday I was 5 years old and watching the show you were on, the Monkees. I grew up watching you and the rest of the band, singing your songs & laughing at your silliness. Forever you will be that 20 something in my heart. My heart & prayers go to your wife & children. My God comfort them in their time of grief

Posted by Theresa Robinson - Fan   March 01, 2012

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You were a big part of my past. You will be sadly missed. Prayers for your family.

Posted by Kathy - FAN   March 01, 2012

When I was a college sophmore I heard Last Train to Clarksville (Mickey was lead singer)and I knew right away that the Monkees to be a wonderful band who would last. Despite all the criticism of "not playing" on their first albums, Mike lead them through the wilderness and as they took over their own work and destiny their work only got better and better. Clearly, despite those who skoffed at the time, they have lasted and will continue to do so. Put them in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame where they belong. Miss you, Davy

Posted by Larry Coven - Los Angeles, CA - fan   March 01, 2012

When I was younger, our neighbors created an ice skating rink in their side yard every year. They also had a jukebox which we could play for free while ice skating. The song "Daydream Believer" (or as I sang it, "Cheer Up Sleepy Jeannie") is a song that I ice skated to so often that it is permanently etched in my memory. Also, about nine years ago, I took my daughter to a pizza challenge in Toledo, Ohio, where Mr. Jones was having a concert. He was excellent and my daughter liked him too! My heart is so sad on his passing and my thoughts are with his daughters through this difficult time.

Posted by Lissy Dunning - Portage, MI - Huge Fan   March 01, 2012

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It's the same song, the same old tune. There's a new star in Heaven who died too soon. RIP Davy

Posted by Cheryl Feci - Fan   March 01, 2012

the 1st album i remember playing was the monkees 1st. i remember watching their show every monday night. got to see them live in the 90's and in 2001 for 35th anniversary tour.was always a fantastic show.still watch reruns of tv show on cable. you leave us far too soon and another part of my youth is gone but you leave us with great entertainment memories. rest in peace. mike n.

Posted by mike n. - Frackville, PA - fan   March 01, 2012

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THEN SOMEONE LIKE DAVEY JONES DIED A PEICE
OF OUR YOUTH DIED TOO...

Posted by KATHY WEISMAN    March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones,
Thanks for the memories. RIP

Posted by Lorraine Avallone - fan   March 01, 2012

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As a musician I grew up watching the monkees every chance I could convinced me to be a musician cause it looked so fun,just seemed like a bunch of friends enjoying whatever life dealt them, my condolences to his family and friends,just saw mickey on today show,a class act all of them, boy do I miss those days when people were real,sad to see Davey go but heaven has a new singer and wonderful guy, WOW how lucky they are !!! I'm a believer

Posted by Louis Duke - fan always   March 01, 2012

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You will be missed you were one in a million love you rest in peace Davy Jones

Posted by andrea    March 01, 2012

Davy & the Monkees will always be one of my favorite groups of the 60's. His great voice was unmistakable and their music help to keep some sanity for some of teens and pre-teens admist all the turmoil of that time. May God Bless his family and memory. E. White

Posted by cromartiemillerandlee@stei.com - Dunn, NC - Fan   March 01, 2012

There are so many memories, of concerts, TV shows, records, etc. My entire room was full of his posters, every single wall. One memory that stands out is going overnight and staying in NYC waiting all night outside his cloting store Zilch1 in hopes of getting a glimpse of our heartthrob. Not only did we see him, we met him, he stopped and talked with us and he gave me a Cigarette case that had his name engraved on it. To this day, it is one of my prized possessions. RIP Davy.

Posted by Lori Basile - Middle Village, NY - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy, may you rest in peace and know that you will always be in our hearts. We will see you again one day.

Posted by Linda Trayler    March 01, 2012

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Rest In Peace my dear friend Davy Jones. You will always be in all of our hearts. You will be sadly missed, but you will always be one of the Monkeey's! Your memory will always go on.

Posted by Nancy Hubler - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I Want To Be Free - now you are! RIP Davey. I'll always remember you from my teeny bopper days!!

Posted by Donna - fan   March 01, 2012

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So many great memories of you Davy - They will always be in my heart. We lost a special contributor to pop culture! Rest in peace <3>

Posted by Debbie Ingrassia    March 01, 2012

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I was just talking about the Monkees the other day. I enjoyed them back in the day and would periodically google them to see what they have been up to.

You will be missed Mr. Jones. Rest in Peace.
LindaMarie

Posted by LindaMarie Martingano    March 01, 2012

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You will live forever in our hearts!

Posted by Tammy-Rae    March 01, 2012

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Always loved the Monkees music. We saw Davy in concert here in Anderson,July 4th,2007. Great show and wonderful guy. Sad,sad day. Our deepest sympathies to his family and everyone who loved him. There were many.___Danny

Posted by Danny and Brenda Troxel - fans   March 01, 2012

i remember when my brothers came home from the war in the 60,s they want the tv and the monkees show was on my dad got me a tv so i wouldn,t miss monkees..they were my all time favetie group i had every one of their albums and little records davy jones your going to be miss. god bless u

Posted by linda sage - elkhart, IN   March 01, 2012

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Thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
What a wonderful person you were,I made it through my chidhood with you.GOD bless your family.

Posted by Suzy Smith - life long fan   March 01, 2012

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I remember watching the show and how much fun it was. Great songs! Thanks Davy!
DL

Posted by Dolores L    March 01, 2012

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I grew up with you Now you are gone. You will be missed

Posted by Kat    March 01, 2012

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Dear Jones Family,

I have been a Monkees fan since they reunited in the 80's. I was 9 or 10 years old. They were my first band & the first TV show I was into. There has always been a place in my heart for them & always will be.

Davy was an awesome performer & individual. I will blessed to see him perform this past summer with the 45th Anniversary Tour. I also got to meet him. He didn't say much, but it was an honor to meet him. I will miss him & will never forget him.

My thoughts & prayers are with you all during this most difficult time.

Peace to you all,
Chris Narbone
Gurnee, Illinois

Posted by Chris - fan   March 01, 2012

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I was lucky enough to meet Davy on the last Monkees tour to Richmond, Va. It was the greatest thrill of my life. Since I had been a fan since 1966, Davy is the only celebrity that I have ever been crazy over. I will alway love him.
My heart goes out to his family. I will be praying for you.

Posted by Kim Jones - fan   March 01, 2012

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I was lucky enough to meet Davy on the last Monnkees tour to Richmond, Va. It was the greatest thrill of my life. Since I had been a fan since 1966, Davy is the only celebrity that I have ever been crazy over. I will alway love him.
My heart goes out to his family. I will be praying for you.

Posted by Kim Jones - fan   March 01, 2012

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May you rest in peace now, Davy. You left us too soon but filled our hearts with music. You will be deeply missed.

Posted by Heather Conocer - long time fan   March 01, 2012

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THANK`S FOR THE GREAT YEARS OF GROWING UP.

Posted by TERRY HUCKLEBERRY - FAN OF THE 60`s   March 01, 2012

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RIP my first crush!...Every young girl fell in love with you...Thanks for the memories

Posted by "L"    March 01, 2012

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Davy was my 46 year "crush". I will always love him.

Posted by Pam Shapiro - Huge fan   March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy~ Thanks for the memories! Condolences to your wife and daughters. Thanks for sharing a wonderful man with the rest of the world

Posted by judy brothers    March 01, 2012

My condolences to Davy's family and friends.
His music gives me dear memories of my teenage years back home in Germany.

Posted by Ulrike Bass - Loganville, GA - fan   March 01, 2012

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DAVEY JONES... WHAT HAPPY MEMORIES. YOU ARE IN GOD'S HANDS NOW.

Posted by JULIE - FRIEND   March 01, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy, You will alway be remember my the FANS. Love You

Posted by Peggy Rinberger - Fan   March 01, 2012

RIP Davy you will be missed. I loved watching you as a Monkee, and was lucky enough to see you play at Epcot at Walt Disnet World, you're the best! God took you from us too fast, you will be missed.

Posted by Terri Munroe - Orlando, FL - Fan   March 01, 2012

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My thoughts and prayers go to the family..I loved The Monkeys, it was my favorite. Thanks Davy for being a positive influence on my generation. We need more celeberties like you for our young people today.
R.I.P. and God bless.

Posted by Cissy Noe - fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones was my first teenage crush. I was in 7th grade when the Monkees exploded into our lives. I adored Davy and kept up with his career throughout the years. You will be missed, Davy!

Posted by Carolyn Kearbey    March 01, 2012

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Life is eternal, and love is immortal, and death is only a horizon; and a horizon is nothing. Save the limit of our sight.
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.

Posted by Connie Berry - A fan   March 01, 2012

I love your songs. sorry for your family but God would like you to sing for me now.

Posted by sue - Lenox, MA - just love his music   March 01, 2012

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A part of my child Hood passed away yesterday taking a piece of my heart with him.

Posted by Ginger    March 01, 2012

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Davy will be forever missed. I've been a big fan since I was a child. I watched every episode and have so many cd's. RIP Davy

Posted by Tanya Meyer - fan   March 01, 2012

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My Dream came true back in 1993 Every time Davy would come to Atlantic City I would call him and he would take the time to talk to me . He even asked me to come stage to see him after the show .I went back to his dressing room and he walks out and gives me a hug we spoke I got my picture taking with him and got a kiss.He was a great guy I well miss him so much.R.I.P Davy love you

Posted by Barbara Grund - fan   March 01, 2012

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I remember seeing Davy and The Monkees at Boston Garden. Watched tv show every night. Recent years saw him at Mohegan Sun, CT and Lowell Arena, Massachusetts. His music will continue for us . Now he is in at the Rock n Roll Heaven. We will miss him.

Posted by carol - fan   March 01, 2012

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Being in the 5th grade and waiting by the front door everyday for the double Monkees album to arrive via UPS..

Posted by Karen Mancuso - fan   March 01, 2012

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Your voice is silenced as well as your talent
From Oliver as a child to the Monkees and beyond
There is a grace that we will remember
A charm so visible on stage
You were the real deal
You are gone too soon
What stands out for me
is your love for the USA
as a newer citizen
You apppreciated everything she gave you
Now we hail you with a fond and bittersweet Farewell
Neil Diamond's song will always echo in memory of you
Dear Manchester Cowboy
Ride among the clouds and join the stars

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Posted by Emmy Hart    March 01, 2012

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One of the kindest people in show business. His smile and wit will be issed so much.

Posted by Brenda Morris - fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones and the Monkees were my favorite group as I was growing up as a Teenager, I was very lucky to get to see Davy perform at the Jaffa Mosque in Altoona, Pa. Years ago ! He was awesome ! My Thoughts and prayers are with His Family and Friends !

Posted by chazhelsel@yahoo.com - Fan   March 01, 2012

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The choir in heaven has gained another heavenly voice! I will miss my first teen crush. My condolences to his family and close friends.

Posted by Cheryl - fan   March 01, 2012

Saw you in person in Nashville TN around 1967. The pix are somewhere. You thrilled me to death. Your music has and will give me thousands of hours of happiness. Love ya!

Posted by Harriet Harrison - Newport News, VA   March 01, 2012

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We lost someone special. Saw the monkee's when they came to tulsa. Davy will be miss. Rip
Sandy

Posted by Sandy - Fan   March 01, 2012

I remember one month when Davy & Basil came in the office to pay their Lot Rent. My daughter was there spending the day with me. As they walked out of the office she said mom I think I know that man with Mr Basil I said yes Sissy that is Davy Jones she jumped up & said THE Monkees took off running out of the office jerked the car door opened jumped over the top of poor old Mr Basil & said "can I have ur Auto Graph" He was very calm & said Sweetie u sure can, but ur mom gets it every month on my check. R.I.P a very good person.

Posted by Vera maguire - Indiantown, FL - Past Land Lord   March 01, 2012

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DAVY WAS A BIG PART OF MY GROWING UP.
he was wonderful..... rest in peace

Posted by carol d - fan   March 01, 2012

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Like so many I grew up with the Monkees music and will always listen for it soothes the soul and takes me back to a better time.

Thank You

Posted by BRIAN BOYER - FAN   March 01, 2012

Davy played the Wolf Den many times. He was always a gentleman and good guy. He was a joy to work with. I will miss him.

Posted by Paul Johnson - Uncasville, CT - friend   March 01, 2012

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Makes me very sad to hear such a wonderful person has passed. I loved to watch the Monkees and listen to their music. Davy was my fav. I was lucky to be able to see them here in Tampa when they played next to Lowry Park Zoo, quite some time ago.
RIP
Davy Jones

Posted by Sue - fan   March 01, 2012

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He was in my top 3 FIRST CRUSHES growing up, there was Paul McCartney, Davy Jones, & Bobby Sherman... I'm so sorry he passed at such a young age. My brother loved the Monkees show, & had their first album. . ! We'll miss you, Davy, and your smile ~

Posted by Diane    March 01, 2012

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Thank you Davey for many good memories every time i heard your voice. Your songs bring good memories of my youth and much simpler and better times. God bless you.

Posted by Harry Myers - fan   March 01, 2012

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I was so lucky to be able to see him and the other Monkees in concert. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by Laurie - fan   March 01, 2012

I was introduced to the Monkees in Japan in 1980 when they began to re-air the program daily on TV in the late afternoon. I immediately became a fan of the show. I was only 8 years old. My view and the dream of America in mine eyes then was very much that of the imagery from that show, and when we moved to the U.S. in '81 the subsequent child years living here were all about chasing that imagery I fell in love with. Being in America and being American to me was very synonymous with my impressions of it from that show, and for me all I wanted to be was Davy Jones. I even made my family call me by that name for a while. He was my first idol. I wanted to be like him badly. Despite years passing and my views of life and America all changing as time went on, Davy Jones always held a special place in my heart. The news of his death felt like that 8 year old kid somewhere inside me died. It felt like a closure and an end to that feeling of innocence I held onto in my heart ever since those late afternoons in front of the television in Japan. Rest in peace, Davy. Thank you for your gifts to my life. Will never forget you.

Posted by Musashi - Denver, CO   March 01, 2012

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i grew up listening to the monkies. And Davy you were and always be remembered.

Posted by jill - fan   March 01, 2012

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He was my first teenage crush and I enjoyed his music very much,he was a great entertainer,he will be very missed.
R.I.P Davy Jones

Posted by Renee Errigo    March 01, 2012

I remember watching the Monkees when I was a kid. You will be missed Davy

Posted by Terri - Colfax, IN   March 01, 2012

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I always watch the monkeys just to see Dave Jones I was a little girl with a big crush for him. Till this day I still see reruns of the monkeys and brings me back of me growing up, thanks for the memories we will miss you very much. rest in peace we love you.

Posted by Cecilia B. - A long time fan   March 01, 2012

The Monkees was the band that made me by records back in the day. And Davy was my celebrity crush in high school. My first boyfriend reminded me of Davy and so it was love again for me. Good night Davy to you.

Posted by Barbara - Las Vegas, NV - Fan   March 01, 2012

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You didn't know me, but you touched my life thru the music...I grew up watching "The Monkees" It was all so cheeky, but the music came thru like a dream. It is my favorite sound from ALL that we grew up w/ in the '70's.
God Bless Davy Jones
A fan from afar

Posted by Helen S - a fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy and the remaining Monkees were some of my happiest childhood memories. I enjoyed 5 of their concerts, and I was fortunate to see them at Innsbrook near Glen Alen, Virginia last summer. They were better than ever. I also saw one of Davy's horses race at Colonial Downs. May God bless your family, and thanks for the wonderful memories. I will always love you!

Posted by Rhonda Rowland    March 01, 2012

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Thanks for the music. We will miss you!

Posted by Eva Maehren - Fan   March 01, 2012

I always watched him and three guys on the The Monkees tv show in Sept 12,1966 when I was 11 yrs old and loves Davy Jones as my favorite Monkees to now. I will not forget him and He's cute guy. I can't believe that he is gone. I went to his concert in Aug 1996. Never forget. Love Karen

Posted by Karen Krohn - Westmont, IL - Fan   March 01, 2012

I was 5 years old when the Monkees TV series debuted. I was in love with Davy from the start! I have all of my original albumns. I always thought maybe someday I would meet him. Not in this life. Hopefully in Heaven. My deepest sympathy for his family.

Posted by Liz Schick - Los Angeles, CA - fan   March 01, 2012

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we shall miss himi loved him on the short time he was on the brady bunch ,god bless his family our hearts go out to u.

Posted by chris cazzato - a fan   March 01, 2012

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Sorry for this loss...lost for words just sad...Love and prayers to your family

Posted by Sandra - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Davey Jones ; You were my First love and really big crush. You were so sacred that I stared at your picture poster which was on my wall -with my heart wide open for hours on end. My sisters were older and into the Beatles but I never let anyone say a bad word about you. May you be with God , and may God be with you and your family who are in prayers also. Unlike the rest of Rock and Roll I still maintain that to me you seem as if you are a very good soul. Lovingly , Mary

Posted by Mary - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I was a very little girl when The Monkees wwere popular. I remember watching with my sister and enjoying the music. A very talented man. Prayers and peace to the family.

Posted by Donna - fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy,
I am one of the many girls who claim you as their first crush. You gave us the gift of joy and music, with the Monkees and performing solo. I am glad that I met you after a show and you graciously shook my hand and signed an autograph. I will miss you, my heart goes out to your family. Rest in peace and know that we will smile every time we see your face and hear your voice singing to us.

Posted by jan    March 01, 2012

Last year, my Wife & I went to a 60's concert at the Winstar Casino north of Dallas that had Felix Cavalier, Davey Jones, and Peter Noone with his Hermans Hermits Band. We saw the benefit concert a year before that near Houston with Micky Dolenz, Peter Noone, and Mark Lindsay for a theater in Galveston.

Posted by Frank Hargrove - Baton Rouge, LA - Peter Noone Fan Club   March 01, 2012

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Davey will always be a legacy to me.. and the words to his songs will always be on the tip of my tongue.. RIP Davey

Posted by Kim Armando - fan   March 01, 2012

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I'm saddend at the passing of davy jones he was my first crush i was a true and devoted fan of the monkees i would watch them on tv as a young girl i loved davy and when he danced and sang i was all smiles and dreams thank you and may god bless and keep you

Posted by julie    March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones will always live on in my heart. He was the first boy I ever loved. A couple of friends of mine and I would pretend that we were the girlfriends of them and we were in a band singing their music. My boyfriend was Davy and Suzanne Browns was Mickey and Ceceilas was Peter.
Always Loving You
Renee Hoff

Posted by Renee Hoff - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy you will be missed! THANKS for all the laughs and memories! I will never forget you! Dennis

Posted by Dennis B.    March 01, 2012

I have two wonderful memories of Davy Jones and the Monkey's. I worked at the Warner's theater on Hollywood Blvd. when it was reserved seating and my hourly salary was $1.00 per hour, pre minimum wage. Davy and the boys came into the theater to see 2001 A Space Odyssey and I got to seat Davy. The other opportunity came from one of my dear girlfriend's in Mexico. Coco Perez Vargas's father owned the town's bullring and the Monkee's were doing a concert there. Coco called and asked me if I wanted to see the show, go backstage and meet and greet and translate for them. I went and got to meet the guys, did very little translating as they were gone in a minute. I was and I know Coco was so delighted to have met them. They all were lovely guys. RIP Davy , will always love your music*!*

Posted by Carol - OR   March 01, 2012

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gentle man loved watching the show.i learned how to dance watching him sing cheer up sleepy jean.told everyone i knew how to dance now.and wanted to show them what davie showed me on t.v.you will be love and very missed .thanks for the memories.i believe your with our lord now singing and dancing.! thank you...heavyheart see ya soon.

Posted by JOHNNYTODD - fan   March 01, 2012

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im am totataly in shock i loved that man, i met him when i was 13, i babysat for his editor neal bernstien. micky and mike were teezing me ,and he said oh common guys leave the kid alone shes shy. R I P Davy i will keep listening t your music,,may god bless your family

Posted by felicia - old friend   March 01, 2012

Manchester is a sadder place.. thanks for the music... RIP.

Posted by Lee - Austin, TX - FAN   March 01, 2012

I was Blessed to share the stage w/ Davy in Florida during the 80's - in "OLIVER"
He IS truly a wonder man and Father !
A group of us - walked down Miami beach - in MONKEES Style - in that famous walk that the group did in the opening number of the TV show !
When the "MONKEES" came thru VEGAS on tour -
I was an invited guest of his and during the show - he stopped during the show to announce that I was to PLEASE visit him backstage !
"FAME" did NOT effect this wonderful gifted man !
A Candle is lit....

Posted by ERICK R WALCK - Las Vegas, NV - fellow actor   March 01, 2012

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What a talented man you were Mr. Jones. I was fan of The Monkees since age ten when they first came out. I liked your voice and your acting. My heart goes out to your family and friends. May God give them what they need to get through this very hard time.Thank you for sharing your talents with the world. We are better off for it May you rest in peace.

Posted by Mary Monday Wheatley - fan   March 01, 2012

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i grew up watching the monkeys and was really stunded when i heard the news. i even remember him on the brady bunch when marcia had to get someone for a dance they was having davey jones was there.

Posted by Michele Maga - fan   March 01, 2012

You were my first crush and the first man I wanted to marry! You brought so much joy and laughter to so many people. What a blessing and a gift to touch so many hearts. God bless your family and may you rest in peace. Xoxo, pamela

Posted by Pamela    March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy. Thank you for music and acting.

Posted by Roberta - fan   March 01, 2012

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He was my favorite member of the Monkees and i loved his voice and music I will miss him but his music will live on always.

Posted by Linda Eskew - fan   March 01, 2012

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my memories were watching the Monkees on TV everyday after school and on weekends. What a crush I and many girls had on Davy Jones back then. RIP.

Posted by linda crytser    March 01, 2012

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Thank you for entertaining us.

Posted by Susan Steele    March 01, 2012

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Davy Jones was my first heatthrob in the world. He and the Monkeys are a gift. Will miss you Davy..... xxoo

Posted by Joni Morgan - fan   March 01, 2012

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Instead of a melting heart now, it's a breaking heart....I know you're singing in Heaven. ♥

Posted by Julia Lambert - Forever Fan   March 01, 2012

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RIP DAVY TY FOR THE JOY YOU BOUGHT INTO OUR LIVES.

Posted by Mary Strutz    March 01, 2012

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Today is a sad day. I just learned of the passing of Davy Jones. I grew up with the Monkees. I loved listening to Davy singing. I can't believe he's gone. You will be greatly missed. My sympathy to his family. RIP Davy.

Posted by Sandy Lembke - fan   March 01, 2012

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I was 11 years old in 1966 when the Monkees had their show on tv and I was head over heals in love with Davy. To this day when I hear their music or see Davy's picture I get those feelings for him again. I will always love him and will never forget him. Rest in peace Davy.

Posted by Gloria Garcia - Fan   March 01, 2012

I remember watching Davy while I was growing up. He was always so innocent and adoring looking. He is part of my fondest memories of my youth. Davy we will miss you. Rest in peace.

Posted by Marie Piere - Windsor, VA - a longtime fan   March 01, 2012

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Thank you for sharing your talents with the world. You always seemed to have compassion with your acting, music and your love for horses. When I was a child, I would always catch the Monkees reruns.. my older brother would make audio tapes of your show so I could go to sleep when I was little... I am saddened by you leaving us too soon... May you rest in peach.. and may God watch over your family...

Posted by Debbie Vahlin - A fan   March 01, 2012

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Some of my fondest memories of childhood growing up watching the Monkees. Godspeed Davy.

Posted by Erika Vinson    March 01, 2012

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It is with great sadness that many learn of the passing of Davy Jones. There are just too many memories to count but his legacy will live on in music we grew up with and loved so very much. Thanks for that! Rest in peace, my friend.

Posted by L. Bockelmann    March 01, 2012

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Rest in God's peace. You'll be missed.

Posted by Kelly    March 01, 2012

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I WAS ONE OF THE MANY LITTLE GIRLS WHO DREAMED OF DAVID AS OUR PRINCE CHARMING, LATER IN MY 40'S GOT TO ME THE REAL DAVID JONES, THE SWEETEST ,GENTLEESS, MAN I HAVE EVER MET. MIRACLES DO COME TRUE. THANKS FOR THE SPECIAL MEMORY. REST IN PEACE.SINGING WITH THE ANGELS FOREVER. JESUS SAVES

Posted by MARY MARINA HOPE - FAN   March 01, 2012

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I remember watching all the Monkee episodes faithfully. Like everyone else I "loved Davy Jones". One of my first albums I got on Christmas morning was first Monkees album. It was not wrapped but sitting up so the first thing I saw was the album.
The world has lost a great singer and human who shared his gift of singing with the world

Posted by Estrelita Lugar - fan   March 01, 2012

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You will always be in our thoughts,Your music will live on . You have earned your your star in heaven as you did on earth.

Posted by Ron Butts - Fan   March 01, 2012

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Never missed a single show as a teen girl, have all their albums and still play them when I need cheering up. Davy was loved by all and will be missed by millions. He and the rest of the group touched so many and gave us a good laugh and many happy memories of our younger years.

Posted by Renee - Fan   March 01, 2012

i loved listening to all their records.davy was my favorite :)his music will always be heard r.i.p.

Posted by kathy dennis - yuma, AZ - admirer   March 01, 2012

Great singer for the Monkees,, He will be missed prayer go out to his family God bless,

Posted by pam hart - maryville, TN   March 01, 2012

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I had the pleasure of meeting Davy, in person,twice. The first time, at a Monkees reunion, in '86, I think. It was in Vegas and a woman went into labor in the lobby. She refused to go to a hospital, until she met Davy. He came out and held her hand, until the ambulance came. I met him again, 2 weeks ago in NY. The last words that I can hear him saying to me are, "I love you too." He was a great person & a great entertainer. RIP, Davy.

Posted by Debbi - Fan   March 01, 2012

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to a special man in my life. my very first crush. rest well sweet Davy.

Posted by julie santos    March 01, 2012

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My mother is artistic and when I was 5 years old The Monkees were at the top of their popularity. My mother made a beautiful Monkees guitar like their trademark with the letters making up the shape. I always thought he seemed like the sweetest of the group. I will miss his appearances. Maybe you can finally be horse jockey you wanted to be when you were younger in heaven.

Posted by Rowena R. Richmond - Just a fan since childhood   March 01, 2012

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Mr.Davey Jones of the Monkeys was unsurpassed in the entertaining field. Truley an insperation to aspiring enter entertaining field. God's speed.U

Posted by Rick Eagleheart - Big. Fan   March 01, 2012

I became huge fan in the 80s when they had their comeback and still am. Me heart goes out to his family, friends and fans too

Posted by candie roberson - canton, OH - fan   March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones. The Monkees were my favorite group when I was growing up. My favorite song was "I'm A Believer". RIP Davy.

Posted by Ruth - fan   March 01, 2012

I was 14 when the show first aired and though Mike Nesmith was my favorite,Davey's voice and talent was always a big part of the group.I did attend one of their reunion shows at the Bloomsburg Fair a while back and was still impressed by his voice and showmanship! He also had a farm nearby in Pa.where he raised horses.I had hoped to meet him someday but sadly that will not come to pass.My condolences go out to his family and friends.

Posted by Ron Seferyn - Berwick, PA - Fan   March 01, 2012

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My prayers are with the family. The sad news touched my heart in so many ways. I remember my first albums were of The Monkees and Elvis Presley. I had to have them for Christmas. I loved all the guys, but Davy was the dreamiest.
From the 10 year old who fell in love with you 46 years ago. Rest In Peace.

Posted by Deborah Smith - fan   March 01, 2012

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You will always live in our hearts Davey, I have loved you since I was 6 years old I will love you forever. Thanks for the music, and the laughs. You will always live in my heart. Have a safe journey my friend.

Posted by Rhonda Bradley - fan   March 01, 2012

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I know how Marcia felt I too felt that way. God Bless you Davy and RIP. I will always be happy when I see your show or hear your music, thank you for that.

Posted by Sandi Sena - fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy was not only an entertainer to his fans, he became their friend. Goodbye "Daydream Believer" you will forever dance "Every Step of the Way" in my "Heart and Soul". Thanks for the love, the music and laughter. Thanks for the memories!

Posted by carol dahlien - fan   March 01, 2012

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Love you Davy. You will never be forgotten.

Posted by Carol Nygaard - a huge fan!!   March 01, 2012

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You were my first love davey jones I watxhed you every Saturday morning I never missed your show the monkeys you made my heart flutter I hope your in the loveing hand our lord and savor jesus christ rest in peace for every your fan

Posted by nora miller - a great fan   March 01, 2012

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We love Davy & you will be missed

Posted by Sandy Lembke - fan   March 01, 2012

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I dreamed about meeting Davy in person ever since I was 14 years old. I was so in love with him. It took me 43 years, but my dream came true on 5 June 08 when I got to meet him and got a picture taken in his dressing room at the Arcada Theater in St. Charles, Illinios. I get to look at my framed photo of Davy and I every day and I know that dreams really do come true. Give a rocking concert in heaven tonight. This Day Dream Believer will always love you.
Grayce

Posted by Grayce Paoletti    March 01, 2012

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He was very talented beyond the Monkees; Oliver, HR PufnStuff.....
I'm sad for his passing.... too young.....

Posted by Kathie Whitehead    March 01, 2012

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My sincerest condolences
to Davy Jones' family.

Posted by Debbie - Fan   March 01, 2012

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So sad! God Bless you Davy.

Posted by Nancy - Fan   March 01, 2012

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I can remember growing up listening to his music, and loving him as im sure all the teens did back then and even now. Talent he will now have in heaven, I would like to give my condolences to his family and friends and I hope God comforts you all. Betty.

Posted by Betty - music friend   March 01, 2012

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Dinner many years ago in San Fransisco after a great performance! Wonderful in many levels!

Posted by Lorelei Gilmore - fan forever   March 01, 2012

I remember running to the television when i heard here they come walking down the street davy was the ' paul mccartney" of the monkees. he will be missed my prayers go out to his wife , daughters and his family. Thanks for all the memories you gave us rest in peace sweet dreams kathy lamkin

Posted by kathy lamkin - chino, CA - fan   March 01, 2012

Daydream Believer was a song we did in our eight grade talent show. My grandfather passed away the evening before the show and I remember telling my mom, I was going to perform in honor of my grandfather. Tonight I think back to all those years of listening to and loving that song for all the special memories it holds. One of my other favorite songs he wrote was, "I Wanna Be Free" and just like the bluebirds flying by him, he is now on the wings of God's love.

Posted by RM Poet - Boynton Beach, FL - a fan since 1966   March 01, 2012

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My first crush. I will never forget you.

Posted by vicki ryan    March 01, 2012

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RIP Davy. You will be missed. Thank you so much for entertaining us all these years.

Posted by Regina    March 01, 2012

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My thoughts and prayers are with Davy and his family. Thank you for the music and the memories. Rest in peace; God is taking care of you now.

Posted by Debbie Stegall    March 01, 2012

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Davy, you were absolutely awesome!!!! I always wanted to be like you. You had the coolest clothes & the best hair. I love your music still to this day. I will truly miss you!!!!!

Posted by Ricky Dewayne Smith - A Big Fan   March 01, 2012

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Gone so suddenly. :(

My sympathies to all who were close to him.

Thank you for sharing your talents with us, Davy. You will be missed.

Posted by Tanya    March 01, 2012

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God Bless you and your family.

Posted by Elizabeth Castleberry - Fan   March 01, 2012

Davy Jones was that special someone you see everyday (on tv). I'm not different then all the other teens in that era, he was just loved so much. My heart aches of his passing, but I know that God has plans for Davy. I saw you everytime you came to San Antonio, Tx and I will never forget you.

Patsy

Posted by Patsy Schilling Paccione    March 01, 2012

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What a wonderful entertainer. I'll never forget his show at Walt Disney World when he climbed a tree while singing! Beautiful voice and so enjoyable. RIP Davy

Posted by Karen Ridgeway - Faithful Fan   March 01, 2012

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Davy you will be missed. To the Family Our deepest Sympathy

Posted by Norbert Gonzalez - Fan   March 01, 2012

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i was a big fan of the monkees they were my favorite group in the sixties there were a real good band i wish i could of seen them in concert but never had the chance to he will be trulley missed and i hope they keep playing there music and long live the monkees i want to send my thoughts and pryers to his wife and his 4 daughters he will always be in your hearts you will see him again when u get up there all my best number one monkees fan

Posted by scott schuler    March 01, 2012

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I loved Davy on the Monkees the first day I saw him. Grew up watching his show and hearing him in his older years too, Rest in Peace.

Posted by Sherri - fan   March 01, 2012

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You made my childhood so happy. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Posted by Cheryl - fan   March 01, 2012

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I remember the night the groups car broke down when coming through Wilson, NC. They stayed at a friend from school parents motel on Hwy 301. Davy was my favorite. Will be forever missed. RIP Davy Jones!!!!

Posted by deborah saulter - fan   March 01, 2012

rest in peace "artful dodger"

Posted by susan - fan   March 01, 2012

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I had the great fortune to meet Davy in Austin, Texas in 1977...he was so sweet to sing for a couple of silly college girls. I will never forget that day or all the memories in my life associated with the Monkees. Deepest sympathy to his family and close friends for their loss.

Posted by Debbie, Charlotte NC - fan   March 01, 2012

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What a struggle it was for me to take guitar lessons on a Tuesday night when "The Monkees" aired on Tuesdays -- there were, of course, no VCRs back in the day. I met you and spoke to you years later at the Riverboat in NYC, when I was taping a show for WNYC. You have meant so much to my years as a youth -- your music brought so much joy to me -- I still listen to it....I will miss you so much.....my blessings to your family -- I hope you are singing to my mom now:-)....

Posted by Susan K. - totally devoted fan   March 01, 2012

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Thanks Davy for changing my life. You and the guys took a troubled teen in 1986, who seen destined for the dark side and brought her back to enjoy life agian! My Heart breaks for your beautiful family and I lift you all up in my prayers!

Posted by Vickie Portier - Fan   March 01, 2012

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The Monkees take me to an innocent and extremely happy time. Thank you Davey and Peter,Micky and Mike for all the laughs,music and crushes I had on all of you. I even wear a ski cap for a while during junior high...
Thank god not in school pictures..

Posted by terre - fan   March 01, 2012

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I'll never forget attending The Monkees concert in Toronto @ Maple Leaf Gardens, and all the excited screaming fans in 1967.
My deepest sympathy to the Davy Jones family and friends. A big thanks to Mickey for sharing his personal memories tonight of his time spent with Davy and his family.
Karen...A Big Monkees Fan

Posted by kparnipper    March 01, 2012

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I am stunned! WOW, I remember watching the Monkeys as a kid, loved the show and all the antics they did plus the music, Davy was such a cutie and that english accent was just a joy to hear, he will be missed but now has joined the other music makers up in heaven, may he always be in peace. God loves ya Davy you brought many smiles to all over the years, thank you so much!

Posted by Fan of their music - Fan of their music and show   March 01, 2012

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So sorry. Thanks for all you did. You will be missed.

Posted by Maria    March 01, 2012

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Soo sad to hear! my thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Davy Jones. Take care and God Bless.

Posted by Ann Chicoine - a longtime fan   March 01, 2012

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Missed but not forgotten

Posted by Harriet Hudock    March 01, 2012

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so sorry to the family....loved him..i,m in psl,fla,,,,,,,,,,,sad day

Posted by stephanie - none   March 01, 2012

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You will be greatly missed!!!

Posted by Karen Kuhn    March 01, 2012

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Thanks for making my early teen years happier for your music and antics as one of The Monkees.

Posted by Angie - fan   March 01, 2012

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Thank you God Bless You Rest In Peace

Posted by Philip    March 01, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy you will be miss by many.Now you can be a Daydream Believer in Heaven.

Posted by Patty Shifflett    March 01, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy !!
Even though GOD came and took you home, You will always be Missed and Remembered. Your music, songs, videos and movies will continue to live on and bring smiles to all who grew up with them. God Bless your family, friends, and fans that you had to leave behind and may your music continue to live within those who knew The Monkees and their Great Tunes !!

Posted by Norma Gardezi - Monkees Fan   March 01, 2012

I am so thankful I had the opportunity to see you in concert at Epcot for many years in a row. I grew up watching and admiring the Monkees. May you be blessed and rest in peace. My condolences to your family and friends.

Posted by Lisa Pullen - Kissimmee, FL - Fan   February 29, 2012

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Davy was always my favorite Monkee. Thank you for your music, the laughter, and good times.

Rest in Peace Davy.

Debbie NJ

Posted by Debbie Diddle - Fan   February 29, 2012

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R.I.P

Posted by joy - I just like them   February 29, 2012

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I can't say I was his biggest fan because a million others will say the same..I had every album ever out by the Monkeys and my favorite song was Daydream Believer. I sat down in my basement and played until it almost wore out..or my Dad would just about go crazy hearing it over and over again. U will be missed and u left this earth much to early. Lynette Foote Bradenton, Florida

Posted by Lynette Foote - A Fan   February 29, 2012

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rest in peace , you are a wonderful star/brought much happiness/hope to all with your music.

Posted by MRIVERA - FAN   February 29, 2012

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Him acting up on tv he will b missed.. R.I.P. Davy jones may u always b a true Believer....

Posted by Donna Oelker - Friend   February 29, 2012

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When I was working a rock musical called AIDA, Mickey Dolenz was playing Zozer. Davy Jones walked up to me and said "You're about the right age, which one was your favorite?" I turned right around and said, "Paul McCartney" Laughter lit up his face. We laughed together about that several times.

Posted by Bobbie Gregory - Acquaintance   February 29, 2012

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grew up with the monkee's did not leave my house on saturday until i saw the show ,recently enjoyed davy at epcot at the flower power show a great time was had by all who watch his wonderful show he will be missed gratly janie

Posted by janie - fan   February 29, 2012

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I had the biggest crush on Davy Jones in his Monkee Years. Although he's my mom's age i still prayed for a guy that looked like him. I loved to hear his accent. I will miss him and probably shed many tears when i hear him singing. To his family, I will keep ya'll in my prayers. Thank you for sharing him with the world. I'll always love Davy.

Posted by Chere Usprich - Fan   February 29, 2012

Your music made a bad time in my life, fill with light.
Now you can ride Secretariat.

Posted by Cissie Mello - FAN   February 29, 2012

I was a small boy when the Monkee's blasted their way onto the pop seen in the 60s. I remember my older sister Beverly, and my cousin Debbie would sit in my sisters room and listen to the Monkee's album particularly Davey Jones and they would fight over which one of them was going to marry Davey Jones! I remember thinking how cool would it be to be so popular that girls all over the world would be fighting over who would be the lucky one to marry you! The Monkee's were more than a band, they were a phenomenon. Even though they weren't as famous nor successful as others like the Beatles, or the beach boys a lot of teens of the day were fascinated with them. They were funny, they were gifted, and they were unique. Davey Jones will be missed. He was know as the cute one! Sorry Beverly, and Debbie, that you never got your chance to marry him. Rest in peace!

Posted by David Pestana - Manteca, CA - Fan   February 29, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones.....you were a big part of my life growing up. You will be missed.
I will always be a "Daydream Believer".

Posted by Cynthia    February 29, 2012

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Another part of our youth leaves us. There are a lot of middle aged ladies shedding a tear today. Davy was an original "rock star" and will be missed.
Had the total package, looks, voice and charisma. He was also funny and came off as a genuinely nice chap. We mill miss you DJ.
And for us who go on, as Davy once sang, "Cheer Up Sleepy Jean" cause he's taking the "Last Train to Clarksville" and "I'm a Believer" he will heading for that special place when we say goodbye.

Posted by Rob Wolfie - Musician @ fan   February 29, 2012

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I watched The Monkees as a teenager over and over. Davy Jones was my favorite. He will be greatly missed. He had a wonderful voice and great sense of humor. RIP

Posted by carol zaffarano - fan   February 29, 2012

My childhood idol, i loved the monkeys
the 60s were the bomb

Posted by Gloria Skirvin - Lula, GA - FAN   February 29, 2012

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WE WILL MISS DAVY JONES SO MUCH AND HE WAS A VERY GOOD SINGER IN HEART AND WILL ALWAYS WILL BE. GOD IS WITH YOU NOW. DAVY JONES WILL BE MISSED BY THE ADELMAN FAMILY

Posted by PAM ADELMAN - JUST A FAN   February 29, 2012

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I grew up with Davy's music and The Monkeys, I will miss seeing his appearances from time to time on the TV but will forever remember his songs and the joy he brought into my young life

Posted by Jeneen Rodriguez - fan   February 29, 2012

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rest Peacefully Davy...All the ladies still loved you!

Posted by Liz Jones Thompson - fan   February 29, 2012

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I was a big Monkees fan back in the day. I never missed the show. They were all cute but Davy really shined. He had it all. Talent, looks, and a wonderful personality. I am 62, so 66 seems way too young to be gone. My sympathies to his family.

Posted by marcey - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I was 12 in 1966 and wanted to be just like Davy..the hair,moves,accent,clothes..very mod.. I Wanna Be Free was my favorite song. Now you are free..we will miss you Mr. Jones. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Mark Martino - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I got to see Davy in person and he was great and was a down to earth guy.. He will be missed and will keep on Daydream believing..

Posted by Debbie Kondas    February 29, 2012

Loved the show, was my favorite Monkee, saw him perform in Indy with my husband, am sure he will be missed by many!

Posted by Sue Ann dittrich - Indianpolis, IN - Fan   February 29, 2012

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davy jones was my first crush when i was 6 years old and to hear that he has passed a little part of my heart was broken. love and prayers to his family. a candle will be lit in his honor.

Posted by kathy - little girl crush   February 29, 2012

I use to watch the monkees on tv and he was really great.H e will be missed by those who knew an d loved him.Sorry for your loss,he was a great singer and a person.

Posted by bonnie lynch - west carrollton, OH - big fan   February 29, 2012

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How sad this makes me feel. I grew up with the MONKEES and had pictures of Davy Jones filling the space on my walls. Will truly be missed.

Posted by Nancy Arwood - Fan   February 29, 2012

In 1968 The Monkees gave an afternoon show in an auditorium in Greenville SC. My mother took a friend and me to that show-tickets were $6!!! It was quite a day-he will be greatly missed.

Posted by Jeanie - Charlotte, NC - Fan   February 29, 2012

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wow what can i say. so sad to see him go. the monkees music was my bright spot in life when i was a young teenager. would come home from school, slap a monkees album on and went into my own little world. you will be missed davy

Posted by sue - fan   February 29, 2012

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He made my sister a very happy camper.

Posted by Gail Colahan - sister in law   February 29, 2012

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I remember borrowing a friends LP and playing it over and over again, plus cutting out all his photos from 16 Magazine and plastering them all over my wall. He left us all too early!

Posted by Kaye Eginton - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I had a BIG! crush on Mike,back in the 60;s they where such a big part of everyones lifes,they where all funny, cute,love their music and still do,it was better than some we have out there now,God bless you Davey and all the rest of the band,you will forever be in our hearts,and your music will always be with us,

Posted by Phyllis - fan   February 29, 2012

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I loved Davy! He was my first celebrity crush. I saw him a few years ago at Epcot and introduced my daughter to Monkee Mania! I was singing every word along wiht Davy and doing the "hitchhiker" dance.

Posted by Becky Leavell - Fan   February 29, 2012

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those lips,those eyes,that cute adorable face ... I was hooked the moment I saw you on brady bunch way back when along with millions of other girls!! You will be missed very much Davy! RIP

Posted by jules - fan from mass   February 29, 2012

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Listened to your music as a kid, great fun! Rest in Peace, Light and Love, Kristie.

Posted by Kristie Bonney - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I truly adored you and will miss you, but one day shall be reunited when I come home. Rest in peace.

Posted by Risa - fan   February 29, 2012

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Beloved Davy..you were my hero ever since I was a little girl and that has been many years ago. You will be truly missed.

Posted by Diana    February 29, 2012

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I remember singing Monkee songs anywhere and everywhere!

Posted by Kathi Trumpinski - Fan   February 29, 2012

I grew up with the Monkeys,and Davy was my favorite,and my sister liked Mike and it is so sad to hear about one of them passing away, I still listen to thier music when I can and my favorite song will always be Daydream believer, God bless the family and the friends left behind, Tennessee fan

Posted by Teresa - Sparta, TN - fan   February 29, 2012

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As a teenager now (61) he was my hearthrob singer.Went to a concert of theirs. Davey I still love you &will always remember you.Bless you and your family.

Posted by sharon Stibal - Fan forever   February 29, 2012

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You were a big part in my Life Thanks Davey Rest in Peace .See you again

Posted by Chad Hebert - Fan   February 29, 2012

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i had just a crush on him in my teens. god bless your family . i know your in heaven now and am at peace just knowing that.

Posted by lisa bimeler - tv admirer   February 29, 2012

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Always in my heart. I'm a believer!!! I want to be free....I am not your steppen stone!!!!

Posted by sara hopper - Fan!!!!!   February 29, 2012

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So much a part of our music history, you will be long remembered!

Posted by Karen Burbach Smythe    February 29, 2012

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YOU ARE GOING TO BE MISSED.

Posted by FAN - FAN   February 29, 2012

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MY SINCERE CONDOLENCE GOES OUT TOO DAVY JONES..I LOVE THE "MONEYS SINCE CHILDHOOD!!

Posted by Renee Hunt    February 29, 2012

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RIP Davy...sing with the angels!

Posted by Cindy - Biggest fan   February 29, 2012

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Thanks for the memories and laughter in our lives Davey!!!!

KC MO USA

Posted by Charlotte Butler - fan   February 29, 2012

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To my first hearttrob when I was just 13 years old

Loved to watch you on TV

Rest in Peace You will be Missed

Posted by Carmen - Old Fan   February 29, 2012

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I love the monkees, saw them as my 1st concert, with jimi hendrix! Also was president of thier fan club, in co.spgs. co.

Posted by dennis mooney - fan   February 29, 2012

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RIP, My prayers to his Family

Posted by Dawn    February 29, 2012

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I remember watching "The Monkees" tv show when I was young. I thought Davy Jones was the cutest monkee of the band!!! He had a beautiful voice and I always wanted to have close friends like he had with his band. He will always be loved and he will be missed. My heart goes out to his family and friends. They will be in my prayers as they go through this sad time in their lives.

Posted by Mitzi Ybarra - fan   February 29, 2012

Not the first to say this but he was my first crush....We'll miss you Davy.

Posted by Sharon - Sacramento, CA   February 29, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with the Jones Family. Mr. Jones gave me wonderful childhood memories because my favorite TV show was The Monkees. I had his picture from a Teen magazine up on my wall like so many young girls. Thank you Davy for the music.

Posted by Elizabeth Klammer - Dallas, TX - fan   February 29, 2012

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RIP Davy Jones...You and Your songs were a huge part of my childhood, and created alot of memories for alot of people..I'm glad I had the chance to see you at Epcot.

Posted by Wendy    February 29, 2012

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my favorite song was "Cheer Up Sleepy Jean" I was so in Love with him when I was young...you'll be missed!

Posted by DEBRA SILVA - fan   February 29, 2012

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Who didn't grow up with the Monkees. From the music,show, and even the Brady Bunch. Marcia's crush on Davy Jones... Sad to lose another great performer..

Posted by Luann Pandorf    February 29, 2012

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Davey- you were a pop icon in the best of the times- 70's. SO many girls kissed you in their Tiger Beat Magazine before going to bed each night. SO sad you left us all too soon. You had so many more performances ahead of you. RIP and all my condolences to your wife and daughters. You will be missed!!! I will pour a glass of wine tonight and listen to your music in your honor.!

Posted by Lindsay - Fan   February 29, 2012

God Speed Davy Jones

Posted by Deanna - OH - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I remember how much I enjoyed watching the shows.Davey left me with good memories.RIP

Posted by Monica Bixler Abbott - Fan   February 29, 2012

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Oh my, what girl who grew up in the 70's wasn't madly in love with Davey Jones? Love the Monkey's and their music. They are truly the "other" fab 4. I can't believe he has passed away at such a young age. He continued to perform here in Florida and lived not far from me. RIP Davey- you were one classy guy and I will always think of you when I listen to your music.

Posted by Sandra - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I remember watching the Monkees' TV show when I was little. Davey, you will be greatly missed.

Posted by DeAnne - none   February 29, 2012

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Words can not express the sorrow in the loss such an icon. Davy, you will live on forever in the lives of all the fans who loved you and followed you. My heartfelt sympathy to your beautiful daughters and family.

Posted by PAT PERMUY - FAN   February 29, 2012

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I am so sad to hear about the passing of Davy Jones. I've been a fan of his for such a long time and was glad that I was able to meet him and get his autograph back in the 60's.I was such a nice person. My condolences goes out to his loving family. R.I.P.

Posted by Cathy - a fan   February 29, 2012

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I loved him when I was a teenager.I thought he was so cute.My condolenses to his family.

Posted by Theresa - Fan   February 29, 2012

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Wonderful childhood memories

Posted by Jodi Hamilton - fan   February 29, 2012

I have many fond memories of watching The Monkess on tv as a child and years later when I had children of my own sharing the show through video with them. They also became big fans of the show, the music and Mr. Jones. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. Denise Phillips

Posted by Denise Phillips - Burlington, NC - fan   February 29, 2012

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my heart is aching.My daughter and niece are second generation monkee maniacs, my sister and i being the first. we got to meet davy at WI state fair. the girls made him love beads and got to give them to him. he was very nice and signed my sisters old 16 magazines. my fave band of all time!. love you and miss you davy.

Posted by jeanne    February 29, 2012

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R.I.P Davy, you were the best of the monkies, watched you every Sat. morning, your family is in my prrayers,another angel on heaven !!

Posted by Linda - fan   February 29, 2012

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I remember staying up all night in the 80s to watch a Monkees marathon. Davy Jones was my favoirte Monkee. RIP Davy Jones. You will be sadly missed.

Posted by Tammy - A Fan   February 29, 2012

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My three best friends and I were all fans of the Monkees growing up. Their music still makes me smile. Davy's smile and humor will never be forgotten. My sympathies are with his family, and may the original "Daydream Believer" rest in peace.

Posted by Abby - Fan   February 29, 2012

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I am a year older than Davy and was a fan of his and the band. Thanks for all the good times Dave, we will miss you and your smiling face. Shame you couldn't have lived to 100. God Bless

Posted by Larry Drozan - Fan   February 29, 2012

I remember having such a crush when I was a youngster. Thanks for enriching my childhood with the memory that is you. Enjoy singing with the angels.

Posted by Sherry Shrum - Zephyrhills, FL - Fan   February 29, 2012

You will be missed, as Part of my Childhood memories! I love you Davy! God Bless you and all of your Loved ones.

Posted by Regina Brest-taylor - Roanoke Rapids, NC - Fan   February 29, 2012

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dearest davy, may you rest in peace. i am so sad. your concert was the first one that i seen at 10 years of age. you will surely be missed. may you rest in peace with all of the other musicians. may god bless your soul.

Posted by janet hudson - fan   February 29, 2012

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You were my FIRST crush! I was a teen girl of 13 and was always in the house and had my chores done by the time "The Monkees" came on t.v. I will miss you!

Debbie
Landis, NC

Posted by Debbie - Lifetime fan   February 29, 2012

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Davy Jones was such a heart throb. Many hours watching him and listening to him sing...daydreaming about being with him. Guess that makes me a true daydream believer.

Posted by Bobbi Erickson    February 29, 2012

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I remember getting into heated arguments with my brother who did not like the Monkeys because they did not write thier own music. He was a stout Beatles fan. An idiot too! I liked the Band and the show was funny. We needed to laugh back then with the war going on. I hope he is happy where ever he is now. Good Bye Davy

Posted by Gregory Lawrence Faith    February 29, 2012

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so glad I got to see you in Epcot Dec 2008.
May you rest in peace.

Posted by Carol    February 29, 2012

Junior High School would have not been the same without The MOnkeys Many hours spent listening and crying. Member of the Monkey Fan Club , only fan club I was ever in. You will be missed, and Sleepy Jean will forever be in my heart.
MZXsr

Posted by beth - council bluffs, IA - fan   February 29, 2012

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What a lovely, charming and talented man. So sad to lose him so early and so suddenly. My heart goes out to his family and close friends. You are all in my prayers.

Posted by Linda Dust - a fan   February 29, 2012

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My Condolences to the family. I have been a fan for many years. With deepest regrets I am so sorry to hear this news.
Sincerely,
Janice, just another FAN.

Posted by Janice    February 29, 2012

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When I was a little girl my mom would always listen to the monkeys and Davy was my favorite. He will be missed. R.I.P

Posted by Crystal    February 29, 2012

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He wss my favorite Monkee and my love when I was a teen, God grant you peace Davy
Love Mary

Posted by mary danielak - fan   February 29, 2012

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I was fortunate to meet Davy just two weeks ago. My friend Tammy from Arkansas treated me to a "Valentine Birthday" at the Hollywood Collector's Show in Burbank where Davy was signing autographs. He was so very friendly and awesome to both of us. Took the time to chat with us, took a real interest in what we had to say and hugged us close for pictures. We will miss our favorite "Monkee"...Heaven has gained another wonderful performer.

Posted by Deb Bailey - Loving Fan   February 29, 2012

At a young teenager many years ago, I had but three guys that I wanted to grow up and marry. Davy Jones, Bobby Sherman and Donny Osmand. It's sad to see such a wonderful actor and essential singer of my time gone. May he rest in peace and I want to extend my sympathy to the family. I know that your loss is great.
Brenda Wright
Cedartown, GA

Posted by Brenda Wright - Cedartown, GA - devoted fan   February 29, 2012

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you will be missed by many RIP davy jones

Posted by tammy - a fan of the monkeys   February 29, 2012

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Always had a crush on Davy Jones! Still a very handsome man and what a loss! He will be missed!

Posted by APRIL WOFFORD - fan   February 29, 2012

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We Love you Davy!
The Monkees' was the first concert I ever went to. I will miss you.

Posted by cathy - A Fan   February 29, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy.

Posted by Cinda Allinger Allen - Fan   February 29, 2012

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R.I.P. Davy Jones I remember my mom and dad taking me to the Monkees 20th Reunion Tour. My brother and I didn't miss an episode when they replayed them on MTV that year.

Posted by Susan - fan   February 29, 2012

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Always loved the music.

Posted by Carolyn Evans - FAN   February 29, 2012

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We love you Davy Jones! Hugs from Wisconsin! We are in tears! Reading what the person wrote before me, it is amazing what you have done for teens back then and even now as they follow the old shows! Rest in Peace! Your humor and joy you have given to others will be truly missed!

Posted by Marie Klein - Best Friend   February 29, 2012

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Davy and the rest of the Monkees helped to make life bearable, when as a 12 year old my dad was in Vietnam. I could listen to their music, and Davy's voice and be transported to a place where my dad was safe....

Posted by Debbie    February 29, 2012

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By The Time You Were On TV In The Mid 60's I
Was Just An Infant & The Show Was Cancelled. But I Discovered The Show When I Was In My Tweens And I Fell In Love Withe Monkeys And
Davy Jones Was The Cat's Meow. And You And The Show Will Be Deeply Missed But I Will Have You On DVD And I Can See When Ever I Want!!

Posted by Hope Constant    February 29, 2012

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I feel like I grew up with him

Posted by mollie wilson    February 29, 2012


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Musician Davy Jones attends the 43rd Annual Country Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn. Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009.
In this 1966 file photo, cast members of the television show "The Monkees," from top left, Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith, from lower left, Micky Dolenz, and Peter Tork pose next to their customized Pontiac GTO.
Davy Jones, of the '60s megagroup, The Monkees, serenades Miss Teen USA 1995, Keylee Sanders, during the performance portion of the 1996 Miss Teen USA Pageant, Monday, Aug. 19, 1996 in Las Cruces, N.M.
A 1966 photo of The Monkees, singing group.
Members of the pop group The Monkees pose in front of a telephone booth in London Friday, January 10, 1997 following a press conference at the Hard Rock Cafe where they announced plans for all four members of the group to begin touring for the first time in 30 years.
The Monkees, Davey Jones, Peter Tork, Michael Nesmith and Mickey Dolenz, left to right, are pictured in this undated photo.

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American pop group, the Monkees, pictured on arrival at London Airport, 28th June, 1967. Arriving from Paris, the group will perform a live stage show at the Empire Pool, Wembley, this coming weekend. Left to right are Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz and Mike Nezsmith.
Rock band the Monkees pose for a group portrait in a Burbank, Calif., rehearsal studio in this 1996 photo. From left, are: Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones, Peter Tork and Mickey Dolenz.
In this June 4, 1967 file photo, The Monkees, from left: Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones, Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz pose with their Emmy award at the 19th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Calif.
In this July 6, 1967 file photo Davy Jones of Monkees singing group is shown at press conference at Warwick Hotel in New York City. Jones died Wednesday Feb. 29, 2012 in Florida.
In this July 10, 1989 file photo, The Monkees, from left: Micky Dolenz, Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones and Peter Tork get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.

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Natural Beautiful Man !
From an Original fan who thinks you are a Fine Testament to a Good Man, inside and out. We Love You
What a Fine Testament to a Good man. David thomas Jones/ Davy Jones, your were without a doubt a Natural beauty of a Man inside and out. The Straightest, Natuarally White Teeth, with the most heartwarming smile, and welcoming laughter. Along with that Angelic face and English Accent God gave us our Heart Trob from Heaven. Never boastful, always gracious, never quit to entertain us anywhere, anytime. You sir were selfless, giving all so much of your life to us, and I Thank You. Your Fan's missed you when you passed and are still missing you to date. I read something good about you daily. Our youth long for you now. You truly did leave a legacy and you are not finished with us yet, you are still filling our hearts and ears with your love. If we miss you this much just imagine how your familiy misses you. God Blessed You Mr. Jones and in turn you Blessed Us.