Scott McKenzie


'San Francisco' an anthem of flower-power movement LOS ANGELES Scott McKenzie, whose 1967 hit single "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" captured the spirit of the '60s flower-power movement and became a generational touchstone, has died. He was 73. Mr. McKenzie died...

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Scott i know you're gone but that song was so great i think u never realized till later in life what an impact u made on the music scene with that song to so many people. I was but 13 years old that summer but ill never forget you nor that song always. Thank you Scott. Rest in peace man u deserve it.

Scott it's six years ago today you left us. We still hear your beautiful voice singing. Love you always Angie

Scott. It's five years today of your passing. Glad to have met you. What a lovely person you were . Love you always Angie

Dear Mr.Mckenzie, I thought your disappearance was because you retired but finally I found out that you passed away. I'm very sad,I miss you,I used to follow you when I was a teenager,I love your face,your voice that impress me.Thank you for your beautiful songs. The Lord God please receive his spirit,Amen. Malinee Woods- New Zealand

I was in the hospital, battling my own case of Guillian Barre on that August day in 01 when Scott died. It's now Oct 2016 & I still have lingering effects of this terrible disease. San Francisco, one of my fav songs from my generation.

Scott, ride that Mighty Appaloosa into that beautiful place...His name is Andrew and he was mighty. He came to be with you to keep you safe..You both will be in my heart.. Until we meet in a better place, love goes to you both...

Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us. Eternal flowers in your hair now.

Your beautiful voice, your face, your song....all part of my life forever. Thank you, my friend.