was born on December 12th, 1951 in Malta. He was educated
at St Peters School and Huntersville High School, both in Sydney,
He has previously been employed as a fork lift driver and an
He quotes musical influences as Traffic,
Cream, Frank Zappa, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.
As drummer in The Count Bishops,
he plays an Eddie Ryan made custom built drum kit with Premier fittings.
He played drums in various bands, such as Bootleg in 1971, and Head, also in 1971 in which
he replaced Peter Leighton shortly after their 7" single release.
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Head changed their
name to Buffalo and
the music became heavier. They released a single, "Suzie
Sunshine", prior to the album release, in April 1972. The album, "Dead
Forever", was released in May 1972.
Later in the year, Buffalo
released a non album single, "Just A Little Rock 'n' Roll"
backed with "Barbershop Rock". Paul played the
drums on both tracks and on the album.
While the band was writing and rehearsing for their next album, Paul
left in the first months of 1973.
The last BUFFALO record featuring Paul was released in 1974
as a 7" E.P. (Extended Play) simply called "Buffalo"
(released with a picture sleeve).
Paul left Australia after his departure from Buffalo.