English-born, Vegas-based, Matt Goss is the man behind tracks such as ‘The Key; and ‘Firefly’ remixed with Paul Oakenfold. He first found fame as the lead singer of the 80’s group, Bros, who were responsible for genre-defining tracks like ‘When Will I Be Famous’, before embarking on his solo career in the mid 90’s.
Goss has continued his success in music. In 2009, he began playing a series of shows in renowned Las Vegas locations, working with the creator behind The Pussycat Dolls to produce award-winning performances. Prior to collaborating with Ron Fair, who formerly worked with Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera and other high-profile acts, to create his popular album ‘Life You Imagine’, Goss also branched out into the literary world. He has released two books, whereby his autobiography was regarded a ‘best seller’.
These days Matt Goss is continuing to make waves with his live shows. Traveling the world with his one-man show performances and writing songs for other artists. He has become a household name in the Vegas circuit, and doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.