Matt Goss takes his Las Vegas Show to London
17 Aug 2010
Matt Goss, former vocalist with 80’s chart topper Bros, is taking his current hit Las Vegas show for a one-off performance to the Royal Albert Hall in London.
In the 20 years since the demise of Bros, Matt Goss moved to Los Angeles and established himself as a highly-regarded hit songsmith for artists, such as Akon or Keri Hilson and composing the score for France’s highest grossing musical, Cleopatré.
He also made his name as successful solo performer with his own Las Vegas show, that earned him the status as “leader of the new Las Vegas Rat Pack” and the ex-Bros vocalist gets regularly compared to the original Rat Pack leader and chairman of the board, Frank Sinatra.
Matt’s new debonair image couldn’t be further away from his former boyband image, when Matt Goss, alongside his brother Luke and Craig Logan, resided at the top spots of the charts with songs, such as ‘When Will I Be Famous’ or ‘I Owe You Nothing.’
Matt’s new career in the US has been largely unnoticed by many in the UK and therefore the announcement of Matt Goss taking his show across the pond for an exclusive one-off performance at the London Royal Albert Hall on 19th October should be an exciting opportunity to see how Matt Goss has successfully transformed from teen pop idol to grown-up performer.
The show features a hit-studded set with performances of material ranging from songs off Matt’s latest solo album, ‘Gossy,’ a collection of Bros’s biggest hits and a selection of some of the greatest show tunes ever written.
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