- NAME: Graham Coxon
- OCCUPATION: Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer
- BIRTH DATE: March 12, 1969 (Age: 44)
- EDUCATION: Stanway Comprehensive School, North Essex School of Art And Design, Colchester Sixth Form College
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Rinteln, Germany
- AKA: Graham Coxon
- Full Name: Graham Leslie Coxon
- ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces
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Graham Coxon is an English singer-songwriter, best known as the guitarist and backup vocalist for the alternative rock band Blur.
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Coxon has remained close to his daughter, who frequently attends his shows. He remarked, "She's a very sociable kid. She likes to be where things are happening and she doesn't like being bored. When I was a kid I used to like going to restaurants where everyone was jolly and laughing, and she's like that too."
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