Paul Weller: "I Don't Need Any Inspiration"
28 June 2015, 12:00 | Updated: 28 June 2015, 22:42
Paul Weller was talking about his life in music at Radio X's Evening In Conversation last night.
Paul Weller has said that he doesn't need anything to inspire him. The Modfather made the comment on Thursday night (25 June) at Radio X's Evening In Conversation With Paul Weller.
When asked by John Kennedy what inspires him, Weller said "People say to me 'What's your inspiration for carrying on?' It's inspiring in itself, just to make music. That's all I've ever wanted to do from the time I was a little kid. So I don't need to be inspired by anything else."
"This is what I do. This is who I am."
As well as Weller and Radio X's John Kennedy, Clint Boon, Steve Cradock, Pat Gilbert and Kelly Jones were also in attendance. The night was in support of Radio X's charity Global's Make Some Noise, with all proceeds going to support disadvantaged children in the UK.
Paul Weller plays Glastonbury Festival tonight on the Pyramid Stage, supporting The Who. His latest album, Saturn's Pattern, is out now.