Dave Krusen

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Dave Krusen

David "Dave" Krusen (born March 10, 1966 in Tacoma , Washington ) is an American rock musician .


Krusen was best known as a founding member of Pearl Jam . He worked on the band Ten's debut album as a drummer . Shortly after the end of the recordings, he had to leave the group due to alcohol problems . He was replaced by Matt Chamberlain .

In the mid-1990s, he joined Hovercraft under the pseudonym Karl 3-30 , an experimental rock band from Seattle . In 1997 he succeeded Scott Mercado at Candlebox . In 1998 he formed the band Unified Theory with Brad Smith and Christopher Thorn from Blind Melon . When the band broke up a year later, he founded his own band with "Novatone".

On Cheyenne Kimball's debut album , he sat on drums on several tracks.

When Pearl Jam was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April 2017 , Krusen performed again with his former bandmates and played the song Alive . In December 2017 he also played drums on a benefit single for the group.

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