Graham Coxon

Article image
Blur to reunite for one-off Wembley show next year
Band will headline at the London stadium on 8 July for their 35th anniversary, supported by Slowthai, Self Esteem and Jockstrap

Shaad D'Souza

14, Nov, 2022 @2:10 PM

Article image
Verse, Chorus, Monster! by Graham Coxon review – Britpop’s unlikely lad
In a disarmingly candid memoir, the Blur guitarist relates the madness of fame and addiction, his unease with Britpop, and how folk led him to greener pastures

Kitty Empire

02, Oct, 2022 @2:00 PM

Article image
Graham Coxon: 'I was a mardy brat in my 20s … I'm quite mellow now'
Blur’s guitarist reflects on the state of pop music, swearing, and why he’s glad he doesn’t have to wear makeup any more

Rebecca Nicholson

26, Sep, 2018 @11:23 AM

Article image
Bert Inspired: a Concert for Bert Jansch review – fond renditions and a lot of guitar tuning
Graham Coxon, Bernard Butler and Robert Plant join a diverse, stellar lineup and pay handsome tribute to the guitar hero

Malcolm Jack

01, Feb, 2016 @2:19 PM

Article image
Graham Coxon: Bert Jansch's music is a great gift for everyone
Ahead of two tribute concerts this weekend, Blur’s guitarist remembers the nerve-racking experience of meeting one of Britain’s greatest musicians

Graham Coxon

29, Jan, 2016 @10:00 AM

Article image
Blur: 'We used to take it in turns to punch each other'
Back in Hong Kong, where they recorded their album The Magic Whip, Damon, Graham, Alex and Dave talk about falling out and making up, the state of British pop music and why 90s Britpop was a wasted opportunity

Tim Jonze

30, Jul, 2015 @6:27 PM

Article image
All in the Downs review – a memorable Shirley Collins celebration
An emotional star-studded tribute to a folk legend, with a rare appearance by the singer herself

Robin Denselow

06, Jul, 2015 @4:51 PM

Article image
Are we out of time? Damon Albarn carried off stage following five-hour set
Blur frontman’s show with Africa Express at Roskilde in Denmark lasted until 4am, and was only stopped once ‘Big Dave’ intervened

Guardian music

06, Jul, 2015 @7:38 AM

Article image
On my radar: Thea Gilmore’s cultural highlights
The singer-songwriter on the return of Blur, the loneliness in Edward Hopper’s paintings, BBC TV satire W1A and the inspirational atmosphere of Liverpool

Isa Jaward

10, May, 2015 @6:00 AM

Article image
Blur: The Magic Whip review – friends reunited for a beautiful comeback
Blur’s made-in-Hong-Kong album, their first for 12 years, overflows with lovely songs and touchingly reveals a band now happily reconciled

Alexis Petridis

22, Apr, 2015 @1:26 PM

Article image
Graham Coxon, Olivia Chaney, Alasdair Roberts and others: Shirley Inspired review – starry Shirley Collins tribute
Released in part to raise funds for a film about folk star Shirley Collins, this triple-album tribute features a remarkable cast of players

Robin Denselow

16, Apr, 2015 @5:45 PM

Article image
Graham Coxon: Cruel Mother – hear his musical tribute to Shirley Collins
The Blur guitarist is one of the contributors to an album of songs associated with the great English folk singer to be released for Record Store Day. Have a listen and let us know what you think

Guardian music

13, Mar, 2015 @2:37 PM

1 / 6 pages