1960-65: Performs with Chris Gage, David Robbins, and often teams up with bassist Don Thompson (2).
1965-67: Tours with saxophonist John Handy.
1967-69: Tours with The Fifth Dimension.
1970s: Clarke settles in Toronto working with, among others, Lenny Breau. He becomes a well known studio drummer while also performing with Boss Brass and other groups led by Canadian bandleaders.
1976: Begins touring internationally with Jim Hall in 1976, and maintains that association intermittently through the 1980s.
1981: Tours with the The Oscar Peterson Trio.
1985: Clarke moves to New York, working there while also touring with many musicians including the Toshiko Akiyoshi, Roger Kellaway and Helen Merrill.
Clarke is currently an adjunct professor at The University of Toronto.
- 219 Instruments & Performance
- 4 Writing & Arrangement
- 1 Featuring & Presenting
- 1 Technical
- 1 Visual
- 2 Acting, Literary & Spoken
|F 90055, F 90 055||Elvin Jones, Jan Hammer, Frank Tusa, Terry Clarke, David Liebman, Gene Perla||Elvin Jones, Jan Hammer, Frank Tusa, Terry Clarke, David Liebman, Gene Perla - Jazz 2000 (LP, Comp, Gat)||PM, Happy Bird||F 90055, F 90 055||Germany||1979||Sell This Version|
|SK2CD-5005||Ruby Braff With Gene DiNovi, The Ed Bickert Trio With Don Thompson (2) & Terry Clarke||Ruby Braff With Gene DiNovi, The Ed Bickert Trio With Don Thompson (2) & Terry Clarke - The Canadian Sessions (2xCD, Comp)||Sackville Recordings||SK2CD-5005||Canada||1999||Sell This Version|