Matt Goss returns with his Smash Hit ‘Matt Goss Live’ Vegas Show to Royal Albert Hall

Matt Goss returns with his Smash Hit ‘Matt Goss Live’ Vegas Show to Royal Albert Hall

‘Matt Goss is the new Sinatra’
Evening Standard, London
‘There was a time in the not-too-distant past when the term ‘Gossy’ meant nothing in Las Vegas. But today it reflects a certain distinctive, Old Vegas disposition. An inherent confident, cocksure swagger once exuded by the Rat Pack and today embraced by MATT GOSS’.
Las Vegas Magazine
‘Matt Goss has still got IT !!!!!’
Look Magazine
‘Matt’s as riveting as Bruce, as soulful as Justin and as Stylish as Frank…He is one of the most electric Performers I’ve seen in years. -Seeing Matt Goss in Concert is an unforgettable experience.’
Kenny Ortega
‘Las Vegas’s New Frank Sinatra’
Mail On Sunday
29th January 2011 – Following the phenomenal success of last years sold out Royal Albert Hall show, which drew praise from critics and fans alike, Matt Goss comes home to Blighty to perform another spellbinding show at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday 21st October 2011.
Matt will wow audiences again on this side of the Atlantic when he brings his smash hit ‘Matt Goss Live’ show to the UK again fresh from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Dubbed “The Hottest Vegas Act…” by the LA Times, Matt Gossrecently exploded back onto the music scene as a solo act, headlining at Caesars Palace with a Robin Antin (PussycatDoll’s creator) produced show ‘Matt Goss Live’ alongside his worldwide album release, “Gossy” (which spawned the hit ‘Evil’ which reached top chart success in 15 countries worldwide). The show has been such a huge success ( an extra night will be added in March due to popular demand), that fans and critics alike are now unanimous in dubbing Matt the leader of a new Rat Pack of Las Vegas stars (Las Vegas Weekly), picking up where greats such as Sinatra left off, whilst stylishly bringing the great Vegas Legacy into the 21st Century.
On returning home to London, Matt had the following to say:
“Caesars Palace, Las Vegas is my base camp and is a fantastic window on the World for my show but there really is no place like home. Coming back for the Royal Albert Hall show last year was a highlight and I can’t wait bring the party home to London again with some new surprises for everyone – see you there!”
The London-born crooner was lead vocalist for the British teen-sensation Bros, burning up the pop charts in Europe and Australia, and selling out Wembley Stadium when he was just 20 to a massive crowd in excess of 70,000 fans. Bros had thirteen Top 5 singles and sold over 16 million albums, headlining two global tours playing in the biggest venues across the planet, which included the Sydney Entertainment Centre,Tokyo’s Buddha Kahn, the Royal Albert Hall and sold-out 15 consecutive nights in London.
Matt relocated to Los Angeles from the UK and has been consistently working as a successful songwriter & performer, co-writing with such artists as Keri Hilson, Akon, and has written the main duet and finale for France’s top selling Broadway musical equivalent, Cleopatré, having sold in excess of 600,000 tickets to date.
Matt will be performing a hit-studded set that will include some of his biggest Bros-era songs as well as some of his critically acclaimed new material and his take on some of the greatest songs ever written. This will be the classiest show you’ll see this year, so dust off your best black tie attire and join Matt Goss as he effortlessly brings all the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas to the Royal Albert Hall this October.
Matt Goss Live
October 2011
Friday              21st October     Royal Albert Hall, London
Tickets go on sale 9am on Friday 4th February priced at £65.00 / £55.00 / £47.50 / £45.00 / £37.50(subject to booking fee) and are available from
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