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Matt Goss

It’s hard to leave our ivory tower
So please walk me down, with your tears and goodbyes
Like fallen leaves that cover beautiful flowers
So, many words is what silence implies
Remember me as the man that loved you pure
And always know, you’re the one that I adore
Just one last thing, before you close the door…

--A beautiful song from an outstanding artist, named Matt Goss.


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Also known as Matthew Weston Goss, Matt is a British singer and songwriter, born in London, England, United Kingdom on the 29th of September, year 1968. Matt Goss currently lives in New York.

Matt Goss is also the lead singer of Bros; a pop group during the 80s, with his twin brother Luke Goss. Luke plays the drums for Bros while Craig Logan plays the bass. The band of Matt Goss was formed during 1984 and in fact, their debut album, Push that was released in 1988 sold 300,000 within its first week of release and in excess of five million, worldwide. In addition, it captured the no. 2 spot on UK charts and no.4 spot in Australia charts. By 1987, Matt Goss’ acquired a major record deal with CBS and produced their first single I Owe You Nothing. The band of Matt Goss topped the charts in many countries, won many awards and had more songs that hit the charts. By 1992, the Bros disbanded, after releasing the album, Changing Faces. Both Matt and Luke Goss settled as solo artists.

By then, Matt Goss moved to the United States of America and by 1995, Matt Goss released his own album entitled, The Key. As he moved to Italy, he decided to collaborate with Joe T. Vanelli to form a new group named Co*Bra, who released One by 1997.

Matt Goss decided to return in Los Angeles where he recorded a duet with Denise Pearson (Matt’s long time friend) of Five Star. The song was entitled This Pain that was released by 1997. Matt Goss continued to nurture his talents and share it to others especially to his supporters; he returned to UK by 2003 and made a UK tour, going to thirteen different venues. In addition, Matt also played to his home crowd at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London, however without a recording label. After some time, Matt Goss signed a deal with Concept Music. Matt was asked to be the special guest of Mariah Carey at her UK concerts. By November of 2003, Matt released his first single in the UK since 1996, entitled I’m Coming With Ya and reached no.22 in the UK charts. Moreover, Matt Goss was happy to be asked to appear on Top of The Pops on BBC Television. By 2004, Matt Goss released a new album and a new single, with a tile, Fly that reached no. 31 in the UK charts. Furthermore, Sony music that acquired CBS Records also released a new CD entitled, The Best Of Bros. Matt Goss was in the recording studio in Los Angeles, for a recording of new album with Babyface as the producer. By 2006, Matt Goss’ new song It's The End Of The Road was used as the boys’ elimination song on the hit USA show So You Think You Can Dance. Matt Goss was indeed successful to his career.

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