After the recent announcement by Caesars Palace that singer Matt Goss would be bringing a new show to Cleopatra’s Barge (soon to be named “the Gossy Room at Cleopatra’s Barge”) in the luxury resort, some ran for their ’80s music collections to dig up the music that made Goss famous the “first time around.”
Matt Goss was part of the group Bros that made a splash on the pop charts in the U.K. roughly 20 years ago. The trio of performers had an impact on fashion as well as music, and had 13 top five singles while selling 16 million records worldwide. (That’s a lot.)
We love ’80s music, so you know we had to seek out a video from the heydey of Matt Goss’ group Bros.
The vibe of Goss’ show has changed quite a bit. Now he leans more toward Sinatra than synthesizers. His new show launches at Caesars Palace on Mar. 12.
Read more about how Goss is thought of in the U.K.
See our swoon-worthy photo gallery of the announcement that Matt Goss will be coming to Caesars Palace.