BROS are set to play The O2 on 19 and 20 August 2017 for a highly anticipated reunion tour.
Matt & Luke Goss have not played together since 77,000 packed into Wembley Stadium on August 19th, 1989.
“The most memorable moments for me in BROS so far is Wembley Stadium and without question our final global tour,” Matt Goss says.
“Both of these experiences were just with Luke and myself. As the lead singer of the band, my musical connection has always been with Luke. BROS is Matt and Luke.”
“BROS has been part of my life for 30 years,” Luke Goss said. “I’m deeply proud of it. Our biggest show was at Wembley Stadium, BROS Into Summer, it was just Matt and I so I feel comfortable saying with great pride that Matt and I are BROS.”
Propelled by their classic smash hit ‘When Will I Be Famous’, BROS ruled the world from 1987-1992. In that time they rewrote the pop history books:
BROS played 19 shows at Wembley Arena
They were the youngest band to ever headline Wembley Stadium
Their debut album ‘Push’ was 7x Platinum
The album was number one in 20 countries
They were one of the first to have a pay per view live televised show
Since then both Matt and Luke have achieved tremendous success in their respective music and film careers.
Matt began his solo career in 1995 and since then has sold over 5 million albums, played a Las Vegas residency at Caesar’s Palace and just last weekend headlined Wembley Arena. His current single ‘Gone Too Long’ is out now.
Luke is enjoying a hugely successful acting career in both film (Hellboy 2, Blade 2, The Man, Deathrace 2&3) and TV (Red Widow and Emmy award winning mini-series Frankenstein). He is currently filming ‘The Last Boy’ in East Sussex.
Both Matt and Luke remain friendly with Craig Logan who left the band in 1989.
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