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Suggs (singer)

Graham McPherson (born 13 January 1961), better known as Suggs, is an English singer-songwriter, musician, radio personality and actor. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Suggs came to prominence in the late 1970s as the lead singer for the English ska band Madness, which released fifteen singles that entered the top ten 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 has married once and is the father of two children.

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Suggs may refer to:

  • A. J. Suggs, American collegiate football player
  • Brad Suggs, American singer songwriter
  • Don Suggs, American artist
  • Eliza Suggs, 19th-century American author
  • George Suggs, American baseball player
  • Josh Suggs, American soccer player
  • Lee Suggs, American football player
  • Louise Suggs, female American golfer
  • Marvin Suggs, character on the Muppets
  • Matt Suggs, American indie rock musician
  • Shafer Suggs, American football player
  • Suggs (singer), the lead singer of Madness
  • Terrell Suggs, American football player
  • Ralph E. Suggs, retired US Navy Rear Admiral
  • Robert Carl Suggs, American archaeologist
  • Walter Suggs, retired American football player
  • Welch Suggs, American sportswriter