Suggs & Paul Weller


National treasure, Suggs (aka Graham McPherson) is one of British music’s most well-known personalities. Loved for his role as the lead singer of Madness, his many hats include presenting on radio and television, acting in films, and recording and performing as a solo artist. Over a varied and eclectic career, standout moments have included performing live with Madness on the roof of Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and playing at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics. As a patron of Children in Need, Suggs has frequently appeared on the charity’s annual fundraising TV marathon, while in recent years he has also been an active supporter of Cancer Research UK and Pancreatic Cancer UK.

Paul Weller

Paul John Weller (born John William Weller) is an acclaimed singer-songwriter and musician. Having first achieved fame with the Jam (1972–1982), followed by further success with the Style Council (1983–1989), he established himself as a solo artist in 1992 and has gone on to record sixteen solo studio albums, as well as a number of special collections and live recordings. Recent releases include a live reimagining of his hits with Jules Buckley and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

With a songbook anchored in English society, Weller was a principal figure in the 1970s and 1980s mod revival, and a key influence for Britpop bands in the early 1990s. He has received four Brit Awards, including Best British Male three times, and the 2006 Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.


Song by Suggs & Paul Weller
Written by: Graham McPherson / Paul Weller

It’s hard enough to know what’s real
Or a dream
It’s hard enough to build a life
Set a scene

Who do you think you are?
Who do you think you are?
Who do you think you are?


Painting by Suggs.
Scratchplate hand-signed Suggs and Paul Weller.
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