When The Monkees lead singer Davy Jones was on stage, he was unstoppable.
But the 66-year-old, who died Monday of a heart attack, made a shocking revelation about music in a Dr. Phil interview last year.
The British musician known for “I’m A Believer” said he felt our lives are bombarded with too much music!
“You can’t go into a supermarket, you can’t go into a restaurant, you can’t go into a department store. There’s music, music music all the time,” he said.
He even surprised Dr. Phil McGraw, who asked, “Aren’t you in the music business?”
Davy responded, “Yes, that’s when the curtain goes up and I go ‘Hey, Hey, I’m a Monkee.’”
Davy and his wife, Jessica Pacheco who is half his age, were on an episode of Dr. Phil on April 21, 2011 to talk about their problem with bickering.
Check out the clip — it gives good insight into what his life was like near the end.