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Graham Bell speaks of love for guitar
Former Olympic skier Graham Bell has revealed that his guitar is the first item he would save if his house was burning down.
Speaking to Eurosport, Bell said that he sees his guitar as one of his most important possessions as he greatly enjoys playing the musical instrument whenever he gets the chance.
"I'm no Jack Johnson, but I do love to play the guitar with a few friends," he explained.
"From the other skiers I know, Rob Boyd and Steven Lee are both very good musicians."
Another sportsman who has spoken recently about his love of playing guitar is rugby union star Andrew Sheridan.
The England international told the Daily Star that one of the worst things about a recent injury he suffered was being left too weak to play his instrument.
ÂPosted on 9 Nov 2010 15:51 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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