The remaining dates of the "The Monkees Present: The Mike & Micky Show" have been postponed after Mike Nesmith was hospitalized last night (June 21st) following the band's soundcheck at Glenside, Pennsylvania's Keswick Theatre. The Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey shows have all been postponed until January with details still to come.

Ultimate Classic Rock reported that Nesmith was suffering from "a minor health issue" and quoted an unnamed sourced at the Monkees' record label, Rhino Records, saying, "Michael Nesmith had a minor health issue today in advance of his tour date in Philadelphia (sic) tonight. He visited a local medical facility and, although the issue was not serious, was advised to rest for the next week, so unfortunately the remaining four dates on 'The Monkees Present: The Mike & Micky Show' tour have been postponed until a later date. Nesmith has been dismissed from the hospital and is traveling back to his home in Carmel Valley. He is in good spirits and thanks all the fans for their support and understanding. He looks forward to getting back on the stage again soon."

Several online reports suggested that Nesmith collapsed during the band's soundcheck -- but according to manager Andrew Sandoval, that simply is not the case. He posted on his Facebook feed: "I will not repost TMZ’s article, but to clarify: Michael Nesmith did not collapse at soundcheck, nor was he at the Keswick today."

The postponed Mike & Micky tour dates are:

June 21 - Philadelphia, PA - Keswick Theatre
June 22 - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre
June 25 - Red Bank, NJ - Count Basie Theatre