Patty Schemel

Former drummer of Hole, author of the memoir "Hit So Hard"

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Former drummer of Hole, author of the memoir "Hit So Hard"

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Figuring out a Zoom AA meeting wasn’t easy, but it was worth it, according to Patty Schemel, former drummer of the band Hole and author of the memoir “Hit So Hard.”

Former Hole drummer Patty Schemel on virtually navigating through her addiction

Figuring out a Zoom AA meeting wasn’t easy, but it was worth it, according to Patty Schemel, former drummer of the band Hole and author of the memoir “Hit So Hard.”

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Patty Schemel was the drummer for Courtney Love’s band, Hole. But then she got into drugs, lost it all, and ended up living on the streets of LA.

High flying rock n' roll days, and a sordid life after 'Hole' fell apart

Patty Schemel was the drummer for Courtney Love’s band, Hole. But then she got into drugs, lost it all, and ended up living on the streets of LA.

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