|Anne McPherson||(? - present) 2 daughters|
He took his nickname of 'Suggs' from a jazz flautist named Pete Suggs
Lead singer of the pop group Madness.
He has performed with the SAS (Spike Edney's All Stars) Band.
Supports Chelsea Football Club
Had several solo hits between 1995-1998, including "I'm Only Sleeping", "Camden Town", "The Tune", "Cecilia" and "I Am".
At the band's first Madstock concert, an earth tremor was recorded of over 4 on the Richter scale as the fans danced to the opening of the song 'One Step Beyond'.
In the early nineties he produced The Farm's no 1 U.K single 'All together now'.
Madness spent more weeks in the U.K. chart than any other band in the 1980's.
His first job was as a butcher's assistant - making sausages and scraping lard off metal trays.
[on the "Our House" musical] We'd got a great writer, Tim Firth. He didn't want it to be a biographical thing about Madness, but it tells of being in borstal, as Lee was, and split families, which most of us came from. It was a hit, but we spent too much on the sodding production. And there's nothing more cheery than passing the Queen musical, and seeing it on for its 12th fucking successful year.
(January 2006) Madness continue to record and perform to this day, despite their lead guitarist's departure in May 2005.
(November 2007) DJ on the UK's Virgin Radio station. His show is in the early afternoon and he calls it the Afternoon Tea show.
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