There is more than one artist with this name:
1) When DJ and producer Stu Allan turned up at Media Records saying 'I've got an idea for a record' few could have foreseen that the idea would be the start of the career of one of the most successful pop-dance groups in the 90's -Clock. Why 'Clock'? When asked about the name Stu laughs 'Why not? You remember the name don't you?! That's the only reason - it could be anything really!' That first Clock single Holding On featured Media diva Ann-Marie Smith on vocals (as well as one of the following singles Whoomph There It Is, a cover of the Tag Team hit), and composed by Stu Allan, Bortolotti , Leoni, Persona and some others. Holding On was allmost a Cappella song… But with Ann-Marie's extensive commitments elsewhere and the demand for club P.A.s growing as the single took off, Stu and co-producer Peter Pritchard decided to form a more permanent ensemble to record and perform future Clock records. Several different performers were tried and even toured as Clock in those early days (such as Lorna Sauders for Everybody, Alison Williamson for the single Rhythm, or Georgia Lewis for Keep The Fires Burning), but it wasn't until 1994 that the production team found the two people who were destined to join the band full-time and take them to the dizzy heights of the UK Top 20 chart time and time again.
2) Clock is a band featuring Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell and P.J. Smith, who sang backing vocals on Def Leppard's cover of the Sweet song "Action" on Def Leppard's Retro Active album.
Clock's album, Through Time features the original version of To Be Alive, which is featured on Def Leppard's Euphoria album.
Other members have included Mark Schulman, Mark Browne, and Manny Alvarez.
3) Clock is a band from Boise, Idaho consisting of Jason Ganz on drums, Levi Cecil on bass guitar, and Mark Hitz on lead guitar. They released two albums ('3 Animated Places' and 'The Grief & The Heat') before disbanding.
4) The Clock are a band from the town of East Kilbride, consisting of Calum Stewart, his brother Robbie Stewart and Matthew Keenan. We hope you enjoy our sounds!!
Our band initially started around 2007, with Calum, Robbie and a friend Adam, this lasted until 2008 when another member was added, Jay. This lasted roughly a year, culminating in Adam leaving and us asking Jay to leave because of musical differences. Calum continued to record some stuff was writing in his spare time, like I Do, Need Me, Still Be Blind and Waking Up A Thousand Times. We picked ourselves back up again in about August of 2009, with the addition of Matt on bass. We started writing songs very quickly and played our first gig together in October, since then we've continued to write songs which are coming together quite nicely. Love you!