Graham McPherson, known by the stage name Suggs, is an English singer-songwriter, musician, radio personality and actor, best known for being the lead singer of 1970s ska band Madness, yet has had a musical career spanning over 30 years.
His time in Madness saw the band release fifteen Top 10 singles throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s, including It Must Be Love, House of Fun, Our House, Driving in My Car, My Girl, Baggy Trousers, Embarrassment, Wings of a Dove and Lovestruck. Madness spent 214 weeks on the UK singles charts over the course of the 1980s, holding the record for most weeks spent by a group in that decade's UK singles charts.
Suggs began his solo career in 1995, while still a member of Madness. Since then, he has released two studio albums, 'Lone Ranger' in 1995 and 'The Three Pyramids Club', in 1998. Two compilation albums later emerged as well, 'The Platinum Collection' in 2007, and most recently a Best Of album in 2017. His solo hits include I'm Only Sleeping, Camden Town, Cecilia and Blue Day.
In 2016, Suggs toured the UK with a show, 'My Life Story in Words and Music', which was a huge success. He follows this up with a new show for 2018, A life in the realm of Madness - What a King Cnut which came to UK theatres in February and March of 218, and is back again in October and November. Catch the show live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.