Matt Goss


As part of Bros, Matt was frontman of the biggest pop band in the world, with hit after hit including When Will I Be Famous, I Owe You Nothing, Drop The Boy and Cat Among The Pigeons. They sold over 16 million records worldwide with their 1988 debut album ‘Push’ remaining in the charts for a staggering 84 weeks. Fan hysteria among teenage girls grew to a level not seen since The Beatles as the band performed for 19 consecutive nights at Wembley Arena and a televised Wembley Stadium gig where Matt became the youngest man ever to headline the iconic venue playing to 77,000 people.

Matt’s incredible solo music career which followed has spanned five studio albums and he has taken the stage at world-class venues such as Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, The Royal Albert Hall, and The London Palladium. As a headliner the incredible showman has won the SSE Arena Award for Best Show and broken records with the longest residency for a British artist in Las Vegas history.  His staggering philanthropic achievements have seen him honoured with the prestigious United Nations Humanitarian Award, and presented with an Icon Award alongside Mohammad Ali and Tony Bennett. 

A 2017 reunion saw Bros once again break records, selling out two O2 Arena concerts in just seven seconds, the fastest sell-out ever.  Behind-the-scenes documentary ‘Bros: After the Screaming Stops’ won a BAFTA, Best Documentary at the National Film Awards and Moment of the Year at the BBC Radio & Music Awards.  The legendary group were given their own BBC special ‘A Night In With Bros.”

The multi-talented singing sensation who has now returned to live in the UK, has spent the last 11 years headlining his own record-breaking Las Vegas residency.  Known for his impassioned performances that combine intoxicating vocal sets, big band instrumentals and old-school glamour, the sleek style of Matt’s ‘Gossy Room’ engaged audiences embodying the magic of Vegas.  

On Matt’s return he competed in the 2022 series of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, and was deeply touched by the ‘thousands of messages of love and support’ he received during his stay on the primetime BBC1 show, and went to social media, thanking everyone for making him feel so welcome and part of the nation’s family.

Shortly after, Matt embarked on a major 19 date arena tour of the UK and Ireland accompanied on the road by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.  ‘The Matt Goss Experience’ saw tens of thousands enthralled by the British showman once again, kicking off at The Royal Albert Hall, and with The Sun calling Matt “Britain’s Sinatra”.  

During July 2023 Matt co-headlined Flackstock with Olly Murs.  The Flackstock festival took place at the historic Englefield House in Berkshire to honour the memory of British television presenter Caroline Flack following her sad and untimely death.  Raising money for her favourite causes, other performers included Sophie Ellis-Bextor and The Feeling.

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