Features Mike Clark — Tradition In Transition Features Terry Clarke — Playing In The Right Place Features Mark Craney — Pursuing His Art Jazz Drummer's Workshop Time And Its Nuances Concepts Friendship and Drummers Rock 'n' Jazz Clinic Comparisons From The Past George Wettling Portraits Archie Alleyne Rock Charts "Hurts So Good"
Oh, yeah, Mike Clark. The fusion drummer, right? Well . . . no (not the Byrds' drummer either, thank you). "I've been playing drums since I was five years old, man," Clark explains with a shrug and a lopsided grin.
The 1983 science-fiction movie "Strange Invaders", starring Louise Fletcher, has a bar scene in which saxophonist Buddy Tate, guitarist Ed Bickert and drummer Terry Clarke perform on-camera.
Just three years ago, at age 27, Mark Craney felt he had reached the peak of his career, with no more goals to attain. Life, with its inevitable twists and turns, showed him he was wrong.
The funny thing is, that in some circles, Archie Alleyne is known as a restaurateur.