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Paul Whaley

Paul Whaley
Genres Heavy metal, blues rock, hard rock, acid rock, psychedelic rock
Occupations Musician
Instruments Drums, Percussion
Associated acts Blue Cheer, Oxford Circle

Paul Whaley is an American drummer best known as the drummer for rock band Blue Cheer. He was the longest-standing member in the band other than founder Dickie Peterson in the band when it broke up[1] in late 2009, following Peterson's death at age 63.

Whaley is also credited on the Oxford Circle album Live at the Avalon 1966.[2]


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