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Suede to Reunite for Benefit Show this March

London Show to Feature Latter Day Lineup

Jan 15, 2010 Suede Bookmark and Share


After disbanding in 2003, Britpop favorites Suede have announced a one-show reunion this coming March at London’s Royal Albert Hall. As seen on Pitchfork, the show’s proceeds will go to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust—a cause the band is familiar with, having donated quite a sum from their 1993 Mercury Music Prize winnings. Not on board for the reunion is the guitarist featured on the band’s first two albums, Bernard Butler. Richard Oakes, who joined the band as Butler’s replacement in 1994, will be completing the lineup alongside Brett Anderson, Matt Osman, Simon Gilbert, and Neil Codling.



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