Sign the petition to Induct Gene Clark into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on

The Clarkophile blogspot on all things Gene Clark! Excellent blog with interesting insights to Gene's work. Visit:


*NEW* Byrds: Requiem For The Timeless Volume 2. The Lives of Gene Clark, Michael Clarke, Kevin Kelley, Gram Parsons, Clarence White and Skip Battin by Johnny Rogan. Available from

So You Want To Be A Rock n' Roll Star: The Byrds Day, by Day 1965 – 1973 by Christopher Hjort. Fact filled day-by-day account of The Byrds. Available from

Mr. Tambourine Man: The Life and Legacy of The Byrds' Gene Clark, the only biography on Gene Clark by music historian John Einarson. Available from and in digital format from iBooks

Lives of The Poets (With Guitars) by Ray Robertson. Essays on artists from different genres of music including Gene Clark. Visit:

Hours of Joy, A True American Story by David Clark
Gene Clark's younger brother David recounts the days of their childhood up until the time Gene left home to join the New Christy Minstrels in August, 1963. A great read for the diehard Gene Clark fan! To order, send an email to:

The first Spanish-language book about Gene Clark, entitled Gene Clark Vuela hacia el sol (English translation: Flies Towards the Sun) by Álvaro Alonso available from Lenoir Ediciones.


The Fantastic Expedition: An Appreciation of West Coast Music is a UK music 'zine by Jason Smith. Issues 1 & 3 feature rare photos and extensive articles on the Dillard and Clark albums The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard and Clark and Through The Morning Through The Night. To order back issues visit:

Hear a 3-hour retrospective on the music of Gene Clark presented by Laurel Canyon Radio and @Neon_Brambles by clicking HERE

Films and video

The only documentary film on the life of Gene Clark, The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Triumphs and Tragedy of The Byrds' Gene Clark. Includes interviews with the surviving Byrds, Gene Clark's family and rare footage. Available from Four Suns Productions and Amazon.

Watch the trailer: Gene Clark Documentary
"The Byrd Who Flew Alone" (Trailer)

Gene Clark Documentary/Clip 2 - "Flying High" with David Crosby and The Byrds

Concert film of The Byrds and others performing live at Moulin Rouge club in Los Angeles, California on November 29, 1965. Available from

Lobby card of The Big TNT Show featuring The Byrds.

The Byrds perform Turn! Turn! Turn!, The Bells of Rhymney and Mr. Tambourine Man.

Music links...

"In telling the story of the Byrds’ rise to fame from her unique vantage point as the only woman consistently involved with and at the center of the drama and success of the Byrds, Ianthe tells the story of the exploding rock music scene in 1960s Los Angeles."

Available from New Haven Publishing 

Gene Therapy Episodes are now available on Pod-o-Matic!

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