Micky Dolenz refuses to rule out The Monkees reforming for another tour without late frontman Davy Jones, insisting his motto is "never say never".
The group's British-born singer died in March (12) after suffering a heart attack at the age of 66.
His tragic passing came seven months after bandmembers Jones, Dolenz and Peter Tork put aside a decade of acrimony and toured in support of their 45th anniversary.
Despite Jones' passing and rumours of continued infighting, Dolenz is adamant he would still consider hitting the road for more Monkees dates.
He tells Britain's Daily Express, "I've learned never to say never. There's always talk going on and there always has been.
"The thing with David was a huge shock and big surprise but life goes on. I do a segment in my solo show that I dedicate to him."