Graham Coxon interview with The Guardian reveals Blur reunion awkwardness

Posted April 24th, 2009 by Eric Greenwood · 1 Comment

The Guardian chats with Blur guitarist Graham Coxon about his forthcoming solo record, The Spinning Top. He also acknowledges some of the awkwardness Blur is having at rehearsals, as the guys have trouble “looking each other in the eye” as they run through 80 old songs. Graham can be difficult in an interview setting, but he seems more forthcoming than usual here, even speaking candidly about his collaboration with Pete Doherty.

And below is more proof of Coxon’s guitar muscle, as he performs his latest single, “Sorrow’s Army”, for a Rockfeedback acoustic session at SXSW:

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  • 1 K // Apr 24, 2009 at 9:29 am

    He’s such a bad ass guitarist/musician.