Matt Goss is a British singer-songwriter and musicians from London, currently based in Las Vegas. He is best known as a member of Bros, as well as for his solo career.
Starting his music career in 1986 as a member of Bros, he was the youngest performer to ever sell out Wembley Arena at the age of just 17! The band split in 1992, and he embarked on a solo career, releasing his solo debut album, 'The Key', in 1995, which gained him a Top 40 hit with its title track. His second album, ‘One’, was released in 1997, which was followed by ‘Early Side of Later’ later in the year, under the name Co*Bra. In 2009, along with his album 'Gossy', he earned himself a series of Las Vegas gigs, securing residencies in casino and hotel resorts. His live show went on to win multiple awards, including a BRIT, the Las Vegas Icon Award in 2016, British Entertainer of the Year and Best Show of Wembley Arena all in the same year.
He released his latest record, 'Life You Imagine' dropped in 2013. He has headlined his own shows and tours across the world, including a show at London’s SSE Arena Wembley in October 2016.
Following a Las Vegas Residency throughout May 2018, Goss will headline Livewire Festival and the London Palladium in August. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
I went to Matt's concert last and wow what an experience. I loved it from beginning to end, the audience were fantastic too. It took me back to my teens, it was fantastic, such a lovely, honest and genuine man. What a way to start my Christmas.