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- Suggs provided additional vocals for "Piccadilly Palare" and "Sing Your Life".
- Suggs covers "Suedehead" on UK TV, 1993.
- Suggs covered "Piccadilly Palare" for the BBC (May, 2019) as part of ["Suggs: Love Letters To London"]. Audio of this cover is [available here].
English singer, actor, former radio DJ, television and radio personality, born 13 January 1961 in Hastings, England, UK. He is married to Bette Bright.
Graham McPherson (born 13 January 1961), known primarily by his stage name Suggs, is an English singer-songwriter, musician, radio personality and actor from Hastings, England. In a music career spanning 40 years, he came to prominence in the late 1970s as the lead singer of the ska band Madness, which released fifteen singles that entered the top 10 charts in the United Kingdom during the 1970s, 1980s and the 1990s, including "My Girl", "Baggy Trousers", "Embarrassment", "It Must Be Love", "House of Fun", "Driving in My Car", "Our House", "Wings of a Dove" and "Lovestruck". Suggs began his solo career in 1995, while still a member of Madness. Since then, he has released two studio albums and two compilation albums. His solo hits include "I'm Only Sleeping", "Camden Town", "Cecilia" and "Blue Day". Suggs has also been an actor, with roles in films, theatre and television. He is married and is the father of two children.