Terry Danko

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Terry Danko
Greens Corners, Ontario, Canada
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter
Instrument(s)Vocals, bass, percussion, guitar, mandolin, banjo, piano, drums
Years active1961–present
LabelsColumbia, Epic, Cobalt Blue, Counterpoint

Terry Danko (born 1949) is a Canadian musician and songwriter who has been active since childhood. He has written, performed and recorded his own material as a solo artist and as a member of a number of groups, such as Tin Pan Alley, Bearfoot and Terry Danko, Marty Grebb and Friends.[1][2]

Danko has also worked as an accompanist and/or session musician for several notable acts, such as Ronnie Hawkins, Eric Clapton, Stephen Stills, George Harrison, The Rolling Stones and his brother, former member of The Band, the late Rick Danko.[1]


  1. ^ a b Terry Danko." The Canadian Pop Encyclopedia.
  2. ^ Caffin, Carol. "Terry Danko – Authorized Biography". theband.hiof.no. 2007. Retrieved 2010-12-31.