Matt Goss to play intimate London show
Last updated: 13th September 2013
The ex-Bros star returns after his sold-out veriete show at the Royal Albert Hall last year with what will be a small, intimate affair at the former Victorian music hall, the Bush Hall in London's Shepherds Bush. Since his days as a 80's heartthrob, Matt Goss has gone a long way and transformed from teen-pop idol to grown-up entertainer and artist.
London, Bush Hall (Wed., 21st November 2012)
Matt Goss is taking his successful Las Vegas show to London. See the former Bros star perform a hit-studded set that encompasses material from his critically acclaimed solo album, Gossy, some of the biggest hits Matt Goss enjoyed with Bros in the 1980's, such as 'When Will I Be Famous' or 'I Owe You Nothing,' as well as his personal takes on some of the greatest show tunes ever written.
After the demise of Bros, Matt Goss moved to Los Angeles and established himself in the US as a highly regarded songwriter and solo performer, who has written and produced hits for artists, such as Akon, Keri Hilson and Matt Goss also draws responsible for composing the score for Cleopatré, the best selling musical in France with tickets sales in excess of 600,000.
Critics compare Matt Goss’s Las Vegas show to the greatest moments of the entertainment capital and have linked the ex-teen popstar to the Las Vegas greats, such as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davies Jr. or Dean Martin, while The Las Weekly crowned Matt Goss ‘the leader of the new Rat Pack of Las Vegas stars.’
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