Robert DeWayne Quirico (better known as simply DeWayne Quirico) is a professional drummer, best known for his work with The Bobby Fuller Four. One of his most notable works is his unique percussion work on the band's biggest hit, "I Fought the Law."At the unavailability of drummer Dalton Powell, Bobby Fuller personally chose Quirico to be the band's drummer upon their relocation to Hollywood from El Paso. Quirico played on every single release by the band up until "I Fought the Law," and was present during the band's rise to fame in Hollywood. His drumming is also featured on the band's only two studio albums, KRLA King of the Wheels and I Fought the Law. Quirico was also featured alongside the rest of the band in the 1966 film, The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini. Quirico later left the band in 1966, citing a disagreement. Dalton Powell was then brought in as his replacement.Quirico, going by multiple stage names, found success as a drummer in various local gigs throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Quirico convinced former bandmate, Randy Fuller to keep playing music together after the sudden death of his brother. While going through various lineups, Fuller and Quirico remained the only constants in the group. Despite strong singles, the band never stayed together long enough to adequately promote them Still an active musician, he has worked with Randy Fuller multiple times since the band's breakup.