Peter Tork is as busy entertaining audiences today as he was when he started to “Monkee around” in 1966. One-fourth of the Monkees, a made-for-TV pop-rock band whose 58 sitcom episodes aired on NBC for two years before syndication perpetuated its legacy, Tork has taken a new solo show on the road. “In This Generation: My Life in the Monkees and So Much More” comes to the River Club Music Hall in Scituate on Saturday. What can patrons expect? “A fly-by by the Royal Canadian Air Force, elephants, circus acts – the usual stuff,” Tork joked. “No, seriously, it’s a solo show and I’ll be on stage with my guitar, a banjo, and piano, telling stories and singing songs. It’s pretty much a personal history.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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