Micky Dolenz is one of America's biggest Pop Culture icons. On August 31, 2010, the former lead singer for The Monkees will release 'King For A Day,' his first album in over ten years. Featuring 14 timeless songs from legendary songwriter Carole King, 'King For A Day' fulfills a career long ambition to pay tribute to one of America's most admired songwriters.
'King For A Day' is Dolenz's fitting tribute to one of America's most prolific and renowned contemporary songwriters. As lead singer for the popular '60s hitmakers, The Monkees, Micky Dolenz was the voice of the group's biggest hits including 'Last Train to Clarksville,' 'I'm A Believer' and 'Pleasant Valley Sunday' among others. With 'King For A Day,' Dolenz puts his signature voice and charismatic style on such Carole King classics as 'I Feel the Earth Move,' 'Don't Bring Me Down,' and 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow.' Produced by Brian Wilson Musical Director, Jeffrey Foskett, 'King For A Day' also features duets with Bill Medley (The Righteous Brothers) and Emily Osment (Hannah Montana).