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Diane Coffee is the project from current Foxygen drummer and former Disney Channel child actor, Shaun Fleming. You may have heard his voice on things like Kim Possible, The Lion King, and other shows you were pretending not to watch while babysitting your little cousins but TOTALLY WERE.
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