In between hero pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger's first interview with Katie Couric on 60 Minutes this Sunday, and Andy Rooney bitching about why his socks won't stay up, Steve Kroft interviews Chris Martin of Coldplay.
Like Sullenbereger, Chris doesn't do much press. In fact, during Kroft's visit to the band's studio in England, Chris shows Coldplay's top secret list of rules posted next to their white board ("6. Always keep the mystery. Not many interviews."). Martin waxes poetic on a slew of topics, reflects on his popularity and does that self-deprecating schtick that rich English people always seem to do: "I can't dance like Usher," Martin says. "I can't sing like Beyonce. I can't write songs like Elton John, but we can do the best we can with what we've got."
Kroft is a respected journalist known for getting to the heart of a story, but will he ask about Joe Satriani's very public allegation of song theft?
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