Davy Jones, an actor-turned-singer who helped propel the TV rock band The Monkees to the top of the pop charts and into rock 'n' roll history, died of a heart attack Wednesday in Florida. He was 66.
The Monkees, often described as the first manufactured pop band, were brought together for a US TV series in 1966 and were marketed as the American answer to The Beatles.
The TV show was popular in both the US and the UK, and the band had four number one albums in America within a 13-month period - as well as nine top 20 hits, including I'm a Believer and Daydream Believer - on which Jones sang lead vocals. His talent will be much missed.
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