In September 1967, the Stone Poneys released their version of "Different Drum",
a song originally written by Michael Nesmith of the Monkees.
The Poneys were part of the happening music scene centered around Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles,
practicing in the local laundromat, performing at the Troubadour, and opening for groups such as the Doors.
The song ended up being the first single to chart for the band's young female singer, Linda Ronstadt.
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