Davy Jones of the Monkees passed away on Feb. 29 of a heart attack. He was only 66 years old. Jones rose to fame in the mid '60s as one-fourth of the made for TV rock and roll band, who became the real deal along the way. Davy sang lead vocal on hits like 'Valleri,' 'A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You,' and the No. 1 smash 'Daydream Believer.' Born in Manchester, England in 1945, Jones was a Broadway actor and jockey before becoming a pop star. He is survived by his wife Jessica and four children, all from previous marriages.