From The Research Vault: Peter Tork at peace with post-Monkees career, The Morning Call, June 2, 2012

Peter Tork at peace with post-Monkees career, The Morning Call, June 2, 2012

Peter Tork at peace with post-Monkees career, The Morning Call, June 2, 2012

Peter Tork figures that, had he never become a member of 1960s television pop-rock band The Monkees, he still would have had a music career.

“It would have been exactly the same,” Tork says in a recent call from his Connecticut home.

“Well, it wouldn’t have been as large and as loud, probably. That was an extraordinary phenomenon. But I would have been a folky blues-rocker solo singer-songwriter. I probably would have been playing small clubs all my life.”

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