On the show this week we chat with Matt Goss, the British musical icon who after 10 years living and working in Las Vegas, thousands of shows and hundreds of thousands of happy fans, has decided to come home to the UK and release new music.
Goss will still be based some of the time in Los Angeles, his home (alongside Las Vegas) for almost three decades. But his focus looking ahead is more on working and performing in the UK, the place that rocket-powered the teenage Goss, his twin Luke and their Eighties band Bros to the top of the charts, cultural phenomenon status and a headline gig at Wembley Stadium – a feat that made Goss the youngest male ever to headline the legendary venue, a record he still holds today.
Matt will be releasing a new solo record called 'The Beautiful Unknown' on November 19th and the lead single, 'Somewhere To Fall' is out now. Watch the official video here
It's a fascinating chat about life, fame, celebrity, lunch with Princess Diana and a whole lot more. It even gets quite emotional at the end.
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