Terry Clarke


Noted Canadian jazz drummer, Terry Clarke, moved to San Francisco in 1965 to work with the legendary saxophonist, John Handy III, and performed on the cutting-edge recording, Live at The Monterey Jazz Festival. Clarke then joined the GRAMMY-winning pop vocal group, “The Fifth Dimension” until 1970, when he relocated to Toronto, playing an abundance of jazz in all styles, often working with international jazz figures such as Frank Rossolino and Lenny Breau. During this time, Clarke also toured extensively with the late jazz guitar legend, Jim Hall and the late piano great, Oscar Peterson. Terry Clarke is also a Member of the Order of Canada and his recording It’s About Time was the winner of “The Best Traditional Jazz Recording” at the 2010 JUNO Awards.

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