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Sending much love from Nanaimo, Canada.
Dear Clark and Gwen,
We just wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! We love you very much and are looking forward to that 93rd B-day!
Keep on Keepin´on, Clark. Soon You will be 93. You´ve been lightnin up the jazz scene for almost a century!
Big Prez still send us some great prophets
Clark Terry sir,
I love you man! Your music and playing is an inspiration! You probably get this a lot, but I just have to say that it is a big part of my life! It will keep on keepin’ on!
All the way from South Africa,
Dearest Clark…Even though you’re already surrounded by the love of Gwen and your other loved ones, we’re adding our love to the wonderful mix! Evelyn & Alexandra…George Barnes’ girls
Hey Clark….just discovered your website…I’m a little beyond tin cans and string….I’m glad to know that you’re keepin’ on keepin on. Wish I could be there to give you a big hug.(with Mrs.Terry’s approval of course] I’ve been performing my jazz poetry with some great Indy musicians….drawing pictures….and what not. I’m glad you’re able to teach…and your students are indeed lucky to have such a fantastic teacher,leader and mentor. Would like to send you a copy of my book and cd…My Very BEST…and MUCH love…..BAM Miller(our resident witch)
Love you Sir. Keep on “Positive-ising”! You have been an ongoing inspiration for me.
Peace and Love,
So glad to have come across your website, Mr. Terry. I was a student in the William Paterson Summer Jazz Workshop series for three summers while in high school. You were always a favorite when you came around to the different ensembles and hearing you perform…especially your “mumbles”! I’ll be graduating college in the spring, and still reminisce on those enriching experiences. Wishing you the best, always.
Great to read your latest post. Keep on swinging those left hooks . I run a busy bar in London town but have found the time to go out and sing at jazz jams. Inspired of course by the late Mr Sinatra, Mr Torme and your good self. Your a legend and a good guy. Stay this side of the grass with us, very moved by your constant desire to pass knowledge on to the youngsters.
Love from London
Hello Mr. Terry,
I’m not sure, since there are so many jazz musicians, but do you perchance know my father, Terrell Prude’, Sr? He’s played the B3 organ for most of his career, but he switched back to piano in the early 1990′s. He’s in his early 80′s now.
All the best,
Mr. Terry, you have enriched my existence since my teen years in the 60′s, and have done so more than that for so many others. I always knew it was you in half a phrase. Thank you so much. Stay positivized, and on this side of the grass.
Just saying hi to my hero and mentor CT. Love you Clark! Hugs from Beantown.
Hey, Cee Tee and Gwen…
I have noticed – more than once – that a TV ad for Honey Bunches of Oats uses your “Mumbles” cut from the classic OP Trio + One gem of an album. Hopefully, you are getting your cut of that action.
Thinking about you and praying for you very often. You have been a real pacesetter in my life, and I love you for that.
Love, blessings and some tasty Chai tea,
We hear that you are having a poor time of it as you get older,(don’t we all) and also with health and financial issues. But you have so many friends and such support from those who know and respect, love and preserve your fine work and great career in teaching, that our best wishes for your health and happinees, and, to all your family, could not go to a finer musician. Goodday from Phil Pryor, Australia.
Hi, Clark & Gwen -
Just stopping by to let you know that I keep you in my prayers daily. I miss you both and will call or plan a trip soon.
P.S. Thanks for all of the joyful jazz!
Love Ya’s !!
All the best, all happy thoughts for You and Gwen. I really like my book with Your great compositions. And I listen to my CDs with You and Bob Brookmeyer every day. For me it is one of the best jazz Groups ever.
Big Prez bless You.
Sending good vibes your way, Mr. Terry. Whenever i am in a bad mood or down on myself, all i have to do is listen to “Mumbles” and it all goes away. Many thanks
Josh, Noah and I (your “California Trio”, though currently spread out all over the country) send you gallons of greetings, lots of love, and astronomical amounts of appreciation for all of the joy, love and brilliance you continually share with us and so many others in this world!
May you continue to stay on this side of the grass for many mow years!
Josh, Noah & Michael
Maybe you remember the ride I gave you, Plas Johnson and Mike Vax to the U. of the Pacific back in the 1990s. It was my big red 1954 Chrysler, so tall you were able to stand up in the back seat. We all laughed about that. You played magnificent concerts at UOP with Mike and the band. Plas Johnson was also there and it doesn’t get better. Right now I’m listening to your rendition of I love you, Porgy. Tears drop but smiles are aplenty knowing how you have “positive-ized” so many people. We need a whole huge population of Clark Terrys….then the world would get back on track! Love and blessing to you, Clark.
The most dedicated fan you’ll ever have – Paul K. in Santa Barbara
Congrats! hey clark and gwen … I miss you guys so very much . I talk of you so much Gwen when I think of tha positive values you have instilled in my life and I thank you so very much for that… and tha memories … I have no words. Schorun G.
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