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Suade

Suade have been recognised as Melbourne’s finest a cappella group for some time now, having spent the last ten years dazzling audiences all over the country. Smooth harmonies and soulful voices meet raucous entertainment and terrible comedy when the lads hit the stage. They’re the Melbourne boys with a sparkle in their voices and a twinkle in their eyes!
  • Entertainment:
    Musical / Opera
  • City:
    Melbourne

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Video Samples

  • For the longest time - Billy Joel (cover by Suade)

Gallery

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Song List Print Full Song List

  • A Quiet Place (spiritual)
  • Acapella in Acapulco (samba)
  • Accentuate the Positive (barbershop classic)
  • Ain’t Misbehaving (jazz standard)
  • And So it Goes (Billy Joel)
  • Australian National Anthem (groan….!)
  • Always Look on the Bright Side of Life (Monty Python classic)
  • Alleluia (Ralph Manuel)
  • Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)
  • Beach Boys Medley (‘Kokomo’, ‘Good Vibrations’, ‘Surfin’ USA’ and ‘I Get Around’)
  • California Dreamin’ (Mamas and Papas)
  • Caravan (jazz standard)
  • Comfortable (John Mayer)
  • De Animals a-Comin’ (spiritual)
  • Don’t Worry, Be Happy (Bobby McFerrin)
  • Deep River (spiritual)
  • Every Time You Cry (Farnham / Human Nature)
  • Feelin’ Groovy (The 59th Street Bridge Song)
  • Footloose (from, uh… Footloose)
  • Fly Me To The Moon (jazz standard)
  • Georgia on my Mind (jazz)
  • Grease Megamix (The one and only!)
  • Goodnight Sweetheart (“Three Men and a Baby”)
  • Hard to Say I’m Sorry (Chicago)
  • Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday (Boyz II Men)
  • Happy Christmas (The War is Over) (John Lennon)
  • I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside (?)
  • It’s Alright (Huey Lewis and the News)
  • If I Ever Fall In Love Again (Shai)
  • In The Still Of The Night (Boyz II Men arr. Of classic doo-wop)
  • It was Over (Kevin “Bloody” Wilson)
  • Kiss From a Rose (Seal)
  • Kiss Da Girl (Disney)
  • Last Night (Az Yet – 1992)
  • Last Christmas (Wham)
  • Lion Sleeps Tonight (classic)
  • Longest Time (Billy Joel)
  • Love and Friends and Things (Allanah Madeline Foundation theme song!)
  • Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel) (Billy Joel)
  • Little Innocent Lamb (spiritual)
  • Marry a Woman Uglier Than You (Traditional)
  • Moondance (Van Morrison)
  • My Sweet Lord (George Harrison)
  • More Than Words (Extreme)
  • O’l Man River (spiritual)
  • Oh Holy Night (Xmas traditional – NSYNC arr)
  • People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield Classic – Human Nature)
  • Port Fairy (original folk tune)
  • Rubber Duckie (Bert and Ernie?)
  • Sukiyaki (3AM – 1992)
  • Robbie Williams’ Swing Medley (“I Will Talk”, “Mack the Knife”, “Something Stupid”, “When I Was Seventeen”, “Mr Bojangles”, “Have You Met Miss Jones?”)
  • Slice of Heaven (Dave Dobbyn – Footrot Flats)
  • She Moved Through The Fair (Stunning traditional Irish folk)
  • Singing in My Underpants (!)
  • Steal Away (spiritual)
  • Under the Sea (The Little Mermaid)
  • Who’s Lovin’ You? (Jackson Five)
  • Why Do Fools Fall in Love? (classic)
  • Wicked Game (Chris Issak)
  • Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Cheers theme)
  • Yesterday (Beatles)

Biography

Suade have been recognised as Melbourne’s finest a cappella group for some time now, having spent the last ten years dazzling audiences all over the country. Smooth harmonies and soulful voices meet raucous entertainment and terrible comedy when the lads hit the stage. They’re the Melbourne boys with a sparkle in their voices and a twinkle in their eyes!

Suade Live

The lads’ famous live show brings together a range of cover tunes from barbershop, doo-wop and swing, to jazz, soul, gospel and classical, right through to rock, pop, R&B, party tunes and comedy numbers. In more recent times, the lads have turned their hand to songwriting with a full set of original tunes that span just as wide a range of genres, but are all delivered with five voices and nothing else.

Suade has rocked a number of iconic Melbourne venues: BMW Edge Theatre (Federation Square), Hamer Hall (Melbourne Concert Hall), Melbourne Park, The Northcote Social Club, Vodafone Arena, Manchester Lane, The Palladium, The Forum, The Palms at Crown, Chapel Off Chapel and many more as well as touring much of Australia. The lads have appeared in front of audiences up to a quarter of a million on national live TV, and 40,000 or more at big events. They love the big stages but also appreciate the informality and intimacy of smaller rooms.

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