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MonKees' Dolenz Monkeys Around

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OWENSBORO, Ky. (11/3/13) — Saturday, October 26, was a family affair on stage on off, as baby boomers and their families came out in droves to see Mickey Dolenz of The MonKees and Peter Noone's 1960s hitmakers, Herman's Hermits. The crowd roared with applause as opening act Dolenz introduced his sister, Coco, who performs as one of his backup singers.

The onstage family fun continued when Peter Noone introduced his daughter, Natalie Noone. Natalie lives in Nashville and has her own band The Maybes. She told the audience, "I just came to see my dad, and here I am on stage with someone else's shiny blue guitar."

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