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Mark is not just the lead vocalist for Complete Madness but also one of the founding members and partners of Complete Madness.

He didn’t show much interest in music at school, but shortly after leaving school he realised it was all he wanted to do. However, vocals were not his first choice and he decided to go out and buy himself a guitar and started having lessons. Shortly after he put together a punk band playing music by bands such as The Clash and The Sex Pistols. When he started Beat the System with Derek Wood he began as the guitarist, but when the lead singer decided to leave Mark was given the opportunity to show his talents as a singer and front man. With no real vocal training to speak of the first few years as lead vocalist were not the easiest, often losing his voice. So he decided to seek out vocal training in the form of opera singer Peter Firmani. He had 25 lessons in total and says it is the best money he has ever spent, “Learning how to breath properly whilst belting out 25 songs a night makes a hell of a difference”

Mark has performed as the lead vocalist and front man with Complete Madness for the last 25 years.




Matt first discovered his love for music from a very young age, having been raised by a family of musicians. Matt is a multi instrumentalist having the ability to play guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and vocals. Matt is a professional musician and for many years has played in function bands, cover bands and original bands and has worked with many industry professionals. Matt is also a full time music lecturer at The Sheffield College and has been lecturing music performance and technology from 2015 to present day. Matt has always had a passion for ska and two tone music and when presented with the opportunity to work with Complete Madness, it was the obvious next step in his music career. As of October 2021 Matt joined Complete Madness full time. Matt brings his experience, musicianship and professionalism to the band and uses his skillset to deliver the best musical performance to entertain and to fulfil this honourable tribute to the nutty boys.





Kevin is one of the newest members of Complete Madness. Although he has only been playing the saxophone for nine years, he has recently graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a degree in Popular Music and has already made an impression on the professional music scene. He has previously played around the country with some of the UK’s biggest tribute bands; playing the music of UB40 and Prince, as well as session recording work. As such, he is a very versatile player with a wide-range of musical experience however; his chosen musical genre is SKA and Reggae. Kevin combines all of this experience to help him bring the music of Madness alive and you’ll hear him blasting some of Madness’s most memorable sax lines with enthusiasm and style! Kevin is an exclusive user of Hanson musical instruments. He’s a true nutty boy at heart.




Colin began his music career during the era of New Wave with Liverpool band VHF before moving to Germany to join the pop/rock band Twelve Drummers Drumming. After a few successful and meteoric years they were caused to disband prematurely due to health problems, and so Colin moved back to Liverpool in 1986 where he joined The Merseybeats. He has also played for The Bay City Rollers and was Denny Laine’s (ex Wings & Moody Blues) keyboard player. The artists that Colin has worked with have collectively spent over 1000 weeks on the UK singles charts! Colin now lives in Linthwaite (near Huddersfield) - whose entire population now seems to have joined Complete Madness.





Brett started his professional music career in 2000 with Complete Madness. After touring and recording with the band for 6 years, Brett left the band to open a new drum school - Quikstix Drumschool in Barnsley (, South Yorkshire. 


Having run four teaching practises and continued gigging with many bands in the professional circuit from Abba Revival to One Way, Brett proudly accepted the offer to rejoin Complete Madness in 2017, it gives us great pleasure to welcome back Brett.


Brett is sponsored by Evans Drumheads, Promark sticks, and Amedia Cymbals

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