Davy Jones of The Monkees explains why they're reforming


Davy Jones, front man of pop group The Monkees, explains why they're reforming to celebrate their 45th anniversary.

"There's an audience for everything," Jones tells Tony Livesey on BBC Radio 5 live. "We tour and we have our own careers."

"The records are being played all the time. The fans are still there... So why not?"

This interview was first broadcast in February 2011.

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