Discounted Tickets to See Micky Dolenz of The Monkees at The Canyon in Agoura July 7th

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Micky Dolenz shot to fame as the lead singer on some of The Monkees’ biggest hits, including “Last Train to Clarksville,” “I’m a Believer” and “Pleasant Valley Sunday.” The group began their careers in the ‘60s, starring as an imaginary band struggling to make it on their eponymous TV show. Happily for the four actors who played The Monkees, they had no difficulty achieving pop superstardom themselves. Dolenz has since performed in musicals on Broadway and London’s West End, and toured the world as a solo artist. Now you can hear some of The Monkees’ greatest hits, along with selections from musical roles he’s played, when Dolenz hits the stage at The Canyon in Agoura Hills on Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 9PM.

Grab discounted tickets to the show at bit.ly/DolenzAgoura (affiliate). $20 for tickets regularly $33.

"A Tale of Two Prodigies" at CLU's Samuelson Chapel in Thousand Oaks on June 7th

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Join us for the grand conclusion of WVS’s 2018-19 season with a performance of A Tale of Two Prodigies Music by Saints-Saen & Liszt. Performances of major symphonic works and accomplished guest artists on the campus of California Lutheran University will make the evening a special one for classical music enthusiasts and newcomers alike. The program includes Franz Liszt’s innovative Piano Concerto No. 1 in Eb, featuring solo pianist Jason Stoll, and the spirited “Bachannale” from Camille Saint-Saëns’s Samson e Dalila, led by WVS associate conductor Ryan Reeson. The evening also includes Franz Schubert’s tantalizing “Unfinished” Symphony in B minor, and closes with the majestic finale to Saint-Saëns’s “Organ” Symphony No. 3 in C minor, with CLU’s very own Dr. Eric Kinsley as solo organist.

Tickets just $5 for adults (half price) at bit.ly/TaleWVS (affiliate) for 7:30pm show on Friday, June 7th.