Guestbook

gudrun

ach ja ,wo ist die facebookseite von scott? bitte schreib etwas dazu garry.

Scott's comment

Die Facebookseiten wurden geschlossen und sind nur noch registrierten Freunden zugänglich. Darauf haben wir leider keinen Einfluss.

Krzysiek

Scott, dziękuję za kawał świetnej muzyki. Zawsze będziesz dla mnie żył.

Erkki Salin

Your song San Francisco have follow me and my wife for
over 40 years. Thank you so much and R.I.P.

joe

its a sad day for me i love that song scott go in peace whereevere you may be

Sandro

Your music will be with us for a lifetime ... Scott goodbye and thank you! Thank you!

Nathan A. Frahm

RIP Scott. Your music meant a lot to me and you will be missed.

gudrun

lieber scott,habe friede im himmel und gucke auf die erde.da wohnen noch deine freunde und da wirst du eine wunderschöne abschiedsfeier bekommen.
leider können wir nicht alle hinzukommen,dann wäre auch der grösste saal der welt gefüllt.
auf jeden fall werden wir zuhause in der zeit alle etwas für dich gestalten. zumindest sollten wir gemeinsam eine kerze anzünden.
alles liebe bis demnächst.lasst uns in der zeit eine kerze auf der gesamten welt anzündenund an seine schönen lieder denken

Mark S. Cenfield

Scott: I wish I could have met you in person, to maybe hang out and write a song together would have been so cool, but it was nice having you as my Facebook Friend... Your San Francisco song has been in my head and heart ever since I first heard it back in the day; when I was in high school... Thanks for your contributions to making life better... Rest in peace... -Mark

Tony Hoeppner

During the Vietnam war I was drafted into the Army. I had my guitar with me while at Fort Hood Texas and entered a talet show while stationed there. The song I sang "Whats the Difference" turned out to be a very lucky song for me. I won the the Folk Song competion. I also had orders to ship out to Vietnam....but the fact that I won the competion I was offered an opportunity to travel with a USO show. It came down to I could go to Vietnam or I could play guitar and travel. To this day I am still singing "Whats the Difference" and always introduce it as my Luck Song. It got me out of going to Vietnam.

Tony Hoeppner

During the Vietnam war I was drafted into the Army. I had my guitar with me while at Fort Hood Texas and entered a talet show while stationed there. The song I sang "Whats the Difference" turned out to be a very lucky song for me. I won the the Folk Song competion. I also had orders to ship out to Vietnam....but the fact that I won the competion I was offered an opportunity to travel with a USO show. It came down to I could go to Vietnam or I could play guitar and travel. To this day I am still singing "Whats the Difference" and always introduce it as my Luck Song. It got me out of going to Vietnam.

robert seaburg

hello,let me introduce myself,my name is robert writing this currently in houston texas.the day this man died the music world has lost another great.i myself as a musician appriciates all forms of art and artists.i was born in 67 and grew up with mom and dad listenening to all those great 60's sounds and that sound was the sound that inspired me to pick up a guitar and pen and write and play.i too shed a tear of loss when i heard of his passing and the weird thing is i have too been humming and hearing this song in my head since last month which is what prompted me to jump online today and see what scott mckenie was up to these days,well i guess now only he knows and i hope he has his freedom,peace and comfort with his appoloosa at his side,, R.I.P Scott McKenzie,,, gone but never forgotten as his music will be eternal here on earth.

Summer Rains

I absolutely love you Scott McKenzie! My eyes are leaking as we say Good bye. Your music will always be with me. You are forever loved and always missed...

gudrun

ich vermisse dich ohne ende

eenie

Have you ever had a tune stuck in your head that keeps playing over and over?
Well I had been humming, singing and playing this song (San Francisco) for weeks when
I learned of Scott McKenzie's passing. I was speechless at the news. I suddenly found myself weeping for a man I never knew or had the pleasure of meeting. I wept for a
childhood friend whose voice is now stilled. The images this song evokes is all inspiring.
No other song catapults me back to my 14th year during that mystical 'summer of love'.
Those of us who were alive & kicking in 1967 know of what I speak. I think my tears
were not only for Mr. McKenzie but for the loss of innocence and wonder. True I can
never recapture those days but for the length of "San Francisco", I can replay that era.
Thank you Scott McKenzie for sharing this with us. RIP... your friend, forever.

Paul Lesley

It is with much sadness that we have just learnt of the passing of Scott......
his hit San Francisco was always one of out favourite song from our early years.

It is 6.45pm On Sunday 16th September and we are watching a program called Juke Box Saturday Night....hosted by Ken Sparkes....and it was featured...I looked him up on the web and we found out that he had died........

Rest in peace Scott and many thanks for the enjoyment you gave us

Paul & Lesley
Sydney..Australia