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Graham Coxon's Captivating First TV Score Brings Suburban Noir to Life - Noisey 8 Nov 2017, 1:30 pm


Noisey

Graham Coxon's Captivating First TV Score Brings Suburban Noir to Life
Noisey
But it's the music – a debut TV score for Blur's Graham Coxon – that we particularly give a shit about. Getting Coxon on board for the project was a dream for the director, Jonathan Entwistle, who grew up on his music. "He is my all-time guitar idol ...

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Discography Dive: British band Blur perfects the pop album - Oregon Daily Emerald 7 Nov 2017, 2:09 pm


Oregon Daily Emerald

Discography Dive: British band Blur perfects the pop album
Oregon Daily Emerald
The single “Coffee & TV� showcases some of guitarist Graham Coxon's mature songwriting. “13� also features some of the longest tracks Blur has ever written. The soulful album opener “Tender� pushes at eight minutes long. In retrospect, “13� is one of ...

The xx, Gorillaz confirmed for 2018 Bilbao BBK event - Live4ever 26 Oct 2017, 12:20 pm


Live4ever

The xx, Gorillaz confirmed for 2018 Bilbao BBK event
Live4ever
These included Damon Albarn's reconciled rival Noel Gallagher, whose collaboration on We Got The Power – which also featured Jehnny Beth of Savages – he detailed to Rolling Stone. “At one point, that track was Noel, me and Graham Coxon,� he said.

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From tea boy to mix extraordinaire: Cenzo Townshend talks career highlights - PSNEurope 19 Oct 2017, 1:35 pm


PSNEurope

From tea boy to mix extraordinaire: Cenzo Townshend talks career highlights
PSNEurope
Among those to have passed through the doors of his Decoy Studios out in the sticks of Woodbridge, Suffolk, include Ed Sheeran, Tom Jones, Christine and the Queens, Kaiser Chiefs, Everything Everything, Jamie T, Blur guitarist Graham Coxon and a great ...

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The madcamp laughs again: Listen to a bunch of veteran British musos cover a Syd Barrett classic - Happy 16 Oct 2017, 4:57 am


Happy

The madcamp laughs again: Listen to a bunch of veteran British musos cover a Syd Barrett classic
Happy
To promote the show, the creators banded together a bunch of veteran British musos, including Graham Coxon from Blur, Robyn Hitchcock from The Soft Boys, and David Bowie / Iggy Pop collaborator Kevin Armstrong to record a cover of Syd Barrett's ...

Superfood - Bambino - Clash Magazine 19 Sep 2017, 12:26 pm


Clash Magazine

Superfood - Bambino
Clash Magazine
Like Blur without Graham Coxon or the Red Hot Chili Peppers in the years after John Frusciante departed, their respective band's output noticeably dipped and missed that vital spark that gave the bands their core identity. Three years and two band ...

Blur guitarist Graham Coxon joins fight over plans to demolish spiritualist temple in Camden - Evening Standard 14 Sep 2017, 9:12 am


Evening Standard

Blur guitarist Graham Coxon joins fight over plans to demolish spiritualist temple in Camden
Evening Standard
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon is among campaigners fighting plans to bulldoze a historic spiritualist temple founded by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Coxon lived next door to Rochester Square Spiritualist Temple in Camden for 18 years, where he claims he ...

Premiere: The Caress - 'You're Always Miles Away' - Clash Magazine 24 Aug 2017, 3:38 pm


Clash Magazine

Premiere: The Caress - 'You're Always Miles Away'
Clash Magazine
The Caress hail from New Cross, a peculiar corner of South East London that tends to throw up fantastic bands every few years or so. Blur's Graham Coxon and James Blake both studied in the area (not together, obviously) and it remains one of London's ...

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Author Brian Aldiss dead at 92: Neil Gaiman and Graham Coxon pay tribute to the sci-fi master - Telegraph.co.uk 21 Aug 2017, 1:25 pm


Telegraph.co.uk

Author Brian Aldiss dead at 92: Neil Gaiman and Graham Coxon pay tribute to the sci-fi master
Telegraph.co.uk
Aldis was one of Britain's most respected science-fiction writers, author and editor of more than 100 books, including novels, non-fiction and poetry. His 1969 short story Supertoys Last All Summer Long inspired Steven Spielberg's 2001 film AI ...

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Blur guitarist leads fight to save Camden Road Spiritualist Temple - Hampstead and Highgate Express 17 Aug 2017, 11:59 am


Hampstead and Highgate Express

Blur guitarist leads fight to save Camden Road Spiritualist Temple
Hampstead and Highgate Express
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has led lent his support to a group of spiritualist campaigners fighting to save the Rochester Square Spiritualist Temple on the Camden Road. The temple, which had its foundation stone laid by Sherlock Holmes author, Sir ...

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British musician and artist

March 12, 1969, (48 years old)

Graham Leslie Coxon

http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk

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