MIKE CLARK (JAZZ MUSICIAN) BIO, AGE, FAMILY, WIFE, TWITTER, SCHOOL, SALARY, NET WORTH, CAREER, SONGS

Mike Clark Biography

Michael Jeffrey Clark is a drummer from the United States. While playing with Herbie Hancock in the early 1970s, he garnered international acclaim as one of America’s best jazz and funk drummers. His nimble drumming on Herbie Hancock’s Actual Proof won him a cult following throughout the world and impacted generations of drummers.

How old is Mike Clark? – Age

He was born on October 3, 1946, in Sacramento, California, United States. He is 76 years as of 2022.

Where did Clark go to school? – Education

His education information is unknown.

Mike Clark – Family

Michael Jeffrey Clark is an American actor who was born in Sacramento, California. With his father, who was a drummer and a railroad union guy, he traveled across the country. Mike absorbed the music of America while riding the trains, thanks to his father’s enthusiasm for jazz and blues music. He attributes his ability to combine a wide range of regional styles to this experience.
He was a prodigy from the age of four, playing in bands in Texas and New Orleans and getting “housed.” He was regarded as one of the pioneers of the distinctive East Bay Sound emanating from Oakland, California, by the time he was in his early twenties.

Mike Clark The American drummer
Mike Clark The American drummer

Mike Clark’s  salary and net worth

His earnings and net worth are under review.

Mike Clark Career

Mike has shared the stage with Chet Baker, Wayne Shorter, Christian McBride, Herbie Hancock, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Donald Harrison, Nicholas Payton, John Scofield, Bobby McFerrin, Bobby Hutcherson, Billy Childs, Woody Shaw, Chris Potter, Tony Bennett, Albert King, Eddie Henderson, Vince Guaraldi, Joe Henderson, Michael Wolff, Larry Coryell, Wallace Roney, Nat Adderley, Oscar Brown Jr., and Gil Evans.

Mike Clark Songs

Eddie Henderson’s “Be Cool” on Smoke, He recorded “Retro Report” with Delbert Bump on Rope-a-Dope,Chase Baird, “Life Cycle” with Mark Sherman, and Felix Pastorius on Rope-a-Dope, Chase Baird, “Indigo Blue: Live at the Iridium” on Motima and Chase Baird.
DW drums, Istanbul Agop cymbals, Evans drumheads, and Innovative Percussion drumsticks are some of Clark’s favorite brands. Previously, he has used Remo drumheads, Vic Firth drumsticks, Zildjian cymbals, and Paiste cymbals.

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