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Let us know you’re out there. Please sign the Strawberry Alarm Clock’s guestbook and share any memories you might have about the band and its music. We love our fans!

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(72) isis aquarian
Sun, 28 June 2015 21:34:07

thank you all so much for the great night at Kerry Brown studio in Burbank for LOVE HAS NO AGE guys all were so amazing and some of the nicest people ever
xooo isis aquarian :))

(71) John Reardon
Sun, 10 May 2015 22:19:17

Hi, Love your music, always have since I was a kid hearing it on the radio in the '70s. I am a friend of Mordecai. Met him during the course of doing our jobs as truckers. What a great guy he is. Any chance of getting him back in the band?

(70) Kelly Ditmars Denight
Sun, 22 February 2015 06:58:15

Hi, you guys should get together and tour with The Zombies!!! You both are two, of my favorite bands of the 60's!!!
Love, Light & Peace...

(69) Cathy Troy
Sat, 17 January 2015 06:04:27

Live in Chatsworth CA. A Valley girl and music lover.

(68) rick
Sun, 26 October 2014 22:17:44

Hello I saw the SAC last weekend in sherman oaks , I hadnt seen the band since the hullabalou days ( 67-68) ..I heard about the street fair , that sunday and didnt have a chance to grab my LP ..( id like to get another chance to have you all sign it ) It was great reliving those days with you ..some 50 ? or so years later...hope you play somewhere close again soon ps I went to school with Greg Mumford ( la Canada high )the singer you used in I and P

(67) Pamela Hedge
Sat, 21 September 2013 02:18:19

You guys practiced in my Grandma and Granpa's basement on the corner of Foothill Road and Dos Camionos. My Dad Jim Hedge, sang for your band! Do you guys remember Jimmmy? His dad,(my grandfather) owned the O.K. Shoe Shop on Ashwood Avenue, Ventura, CA.

(66) Richard Dauphinais
Sat, 21 September 2013 01:47:55

Hey George.. I used to work with your cousin Paul back in the 80's and 90's...

(65) Andrew Besso
Tue, 23 July 2013 15:22:35

I discovered the band when I was in high school (early 1980s). I found a copy of the "Incense and Peppermints" album (mono!) in a used record shop. SAC is, in my opinion, the most underrated band of the 1960s. The Clock was - and IS - a terrific band.

(64) Roderick Singleton
Mon, 20 May 2013 04:26:02

The best Rock & Roll was the 1960s & 70s & it's great that us old guys are still around to make & hear that great sound.
the SAC is one of the best,Thanks guys,LOVE Your Music!!!

(63) John Battles
Fri, 22 March 2013 03:57:08

This is a great website. I initially wrote to say how much I enjoyed the recent CD. I'm anxious to hear more new material , but , your contributions to The Seeds and Fuzztones tributes are strong , and, while I normally think it's not a very good idea , the re- recordings of the SAC classics also also showcase a band that not only sounds , but looks , remarkably youthful. Some of teh new vesions , liek "Tommorrow" , are arguably better. The new songs are cool , too. Best of luck in all your new endeavors. JOHN.

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  1. Mike Shipley says:

    Hey Mark,
    How are you doin’? I live in Northwest Arkansas now, and it has been a while since I last saw you.
    That ws in Joplin, Missouri when you guys came and filled in for the no-show Box Tops, as I recall. You were so tired, you could barely perform.


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  3. Ron Johnson says:

    will you be going on the road and playing in some other states? i would like to see you come to wisconsin or illinois. saw you in milwaukee in the late 1990s. you played at a festival. love to see you again.

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