Ramon ‘Sugar’ Deen

Born and raised in Liverpool by a Nigerian Father and Scottish Mother.

 

As a boy, Ramon's peers called him 'Ray' which quickly evolved into 'Sugar', a nickname that's since stuck. His passion for music was encouraged by his mother, herself an accomplished musician. It was she who taught Ramon the art of harmonizing. He went on to forge a successful musical career, his proudest moment being when he toured with the Les Humphries Singers, promoting their album Spirit of Freedom in 1992.

 

 

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