They may be older, greyer, no longer of the younger generation but their middleaged forms were still clad in trademark scarlet suits, their distinctive guitar logo illuminated above the stage as they launched into Last Train to Clarksville.
What does LTTC stand for?
LTTC stands for Last Train to Clarksville (Monkees song)
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Last Train to Clarksville was the first hit for which 1960s group?
Featuring a huge cast and a seriously loud and live band, Monkee Business pays homage to both the crazy chaos and the brilliant music of The Monkees including I'm A Believer, Last Train to Clarksville, Hey, Hey We're The Monkees and the smash hit Daydream Believer, alongside many more iconic 60s hits like My Boy Lollipop and You Don't Have to Say You Love Me.
Davy joined fellow actor Micky Dolenz and aspiring musicians Peter Tork and Mike Nesmith to form The Monkees, who also became a pop phenomenon with classic hits such as Daydream Believer, Pleasant Valley Sunday, Last Train To Clarksville and I'm A Believer.
Byline: NATHAN BEVAN HE might be famous for the last train to Clarksville, but these days he's more familiar with the 6.
British-born Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork sold 50 million records with hits such as Daydream Believer, Last Train to Clarksville and I'm a Believer.
I'm a Believer, Daydream Believer, Last Train to Clarksville, A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You, Pleasant Valley Sunday, Stepping Stone, Take a Giant Step, Valleri, and Words were huge hits in 1966-1968.
From the free-ranging, opulent re-creation of U2's Love Is Blindness, to The Monkees' Last Train To Clarksville (given a frazzled blues workout), it's a journey that provides a masterclass in vocal excellence.