King Coffey

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King Coffey (b. Jeffrey Coffey) is an American drummer, best known for being the drummer of the psychedelic/noise rock band the Butthole Surfers. He began drumming in a Fort Worth hardcore punk band called The Hugh Beaumont Experience. Around that same time he published a fanzine called Throbbing Cattle. He saw the Butthole Surfers for the first time in 1982 at a time when Scott Matthews was their drummer. Coffey replaced him in 1983[1] and is still the band's official drummer. Coffey founded the independent record label Trance Syndicate.

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