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He first played professionally in the band "The Cortinas", formed in 1963
In September 1978, Guys 'n' Dolls supported Frank Sinatra for a week of concerts at the Royal Festival Hall in London and in the same year they took part in the Yamaha Song Festival in Tokyo
After the group disbanded in 1985 Griggs assumed responsibility for Everyday Music Ltd in England, and concentrated on writing and producing
In 1986 he was a finalist in A Song for Europe with his composition, "I'm Sorry" which was performed by Chad Brown, and a year later his song "No More Tears" was runner-up in "The Buddy Holly Sonng Contest" that was organised and judged by Paul McCartney
In 1997, he made a guest appearance on the BBC Two quiz "Never Mind the Buzzcocks"
In 2008, Griggs self-published a memoir, "Diary of a Musician" based on the diaries he kept from 1960