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Matt is heading back to the UK to perform a very special one off show at the London Palladium on Sunday 25th January 2015. Join Matt as he comes together for the first time with special guests and friends for this very special homecoming show.
No one can bring as much style and swagger to a room as Matt Goss, achieving sell-outs every weekend since opening The Gossy Room at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Matt’s show features a dynamic blend of musical talent and an awe-inspiring performance.
Boasting a palpable charm and breathtaking voice, the tuxedo-clad crooner brought back the classic Vegas lounge show with a dynamic, modern twist. Goss performs multiple songs in this nearly two-hour spectacular. Matt is backed by a talented nine-piece band with horn section, two gorgeous backup singers and four burlesque dancers, The Dirty Virgins.
Goss has sold more than 17 million records worldwide and sold out shows from Wembley Stadium to the Royal Albert Hall. His debut album went 7 times platinum, spawned 13 top 5 hits, and remained on the U.K. charts for an astonishing 84 weeks. "Life You Imagine," Goss's latest solo album, is the classy, swinging sound of ambition, passion, and the realization of 27 years of experience in the music industry.
Matt’s pop career hit an early peak with "I Owe You Nothing" and "When Will I Be Famous," classic hits he enjoyed with Bros when he was just 17, it reaches an impressive new high with this album. "Life You Imagine" was sprung to life by the singer and showman's long-running, hot-ticket resident show.
In between covers spanning musical genres, such as “Hotel California” and “Superstition,” he performs his own hits off several albums. Giving a nod to the legendary Rat Pack, Matt brings down the house with "I've Got the World on a String" and "Luck be a Lady," recorded by the legendary Frank Sinatra.
Matt thoroughly interacts with the audience throughout the show, making a personal connection and revealing the stories behind his life and career. He candidly reveals the inspiration behind many of his popular songs including the closing ode to his “second home,” “Lovely Las Vegas”.