Paul De Lisle

Paul De Lisle

Paul Gerald De Lisle (born June 13, 1963 in Exeter, Ontario, Canada) is the bassist for the pop rock band, Smash Mouth.

De Lisle has been with the band for their whole career thus far, and is known for being the "long haired guy" in the group. Aside from Smash Mouth, De Lisle is also an avid surfer, which may be an influence on surf sounds in Smash Mouth's music. He is also the writer of the band's single "Pacific Coast Party" and is credited with many others.

In March 2013, a video appeared online which appears to show DeLisle physically assaulting his wife in the bathroom of their home as she pleads for mercy. He pled guilty to misdemeanor assault in a Santa Cruz courtroom and was sentenced to three years' probation.

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