Matt Goss


English Singer-songwriter & Musician





Matt Goss is a celebrated English singer-songwriter and musician, born on September 29, 1968, in London, England. He first rose to fame in the late 1980s as the lead singer of the pop band Bros, which he formed with his twin brother, Luke Goss, and their friend, Craig Logan. The band achieved massive success, especially with their hit single "When Will I Be Famous?" which became a global sensation, propelling them to international stardom.

After Bros disbanded in the early 1990s, Matt embarked on a solo career, releasing multiple albums that showcased his evolving style, blending pop with elements of soul and jazz. His solo work received critical acclaim and solidified his reputation as a talented and versatile artist. In addition to his music career, Matt has also made appearances in television and film, contributing to his status as a well-rounded entertainer.

Matt Goss has been particularly noted for his charismatic performances and distinctive voice. In the mid-2000s, he began a new chapter in his career by establishing a residency in Las Vegas, where he performed a mix of his own material and classic Rat Pack songs, earning high praise for his showmanship and ability to connect with audiences.

Throughout his career, Matt Goss has remained a beloved figure in the music industry, known for his dedication to his craft and his ability to adapt to various musical styles. His contributions to music and entertainment have made him a lasting icon, admired by fans and peers alike.