Former teen heartthrob Matt Goss has come a long way since his denim-clad days as lead vocalist and one third of ‘80s boy band Bros. With twin brother Luke taking care of the drums and vocals and bass player Craig Logan, Bros enjoyed a string of hit singles before disbanding in 1992. At the peak of their powers, Bros smashed records across the world, including being the first group to sell out Wembley Arena for a 15-night concert series. Just around the corner from the arena, Matt led Bros into the iconic Wembley Stadium, becoming the youngest man to headline the venue - an achievement he still holds today. Upon embarking on his career as a solo artist, Goss released his debut album, The Key, in 1995. Changing direction to a more adult-oriented dance sound, Goss collaborated with producer Paul Oakenfold on trance inspired single “Firefly” in 2010. Focusing on writing rather than performing, brought Matt Goss a new found lease of success. In writing the theme for the US TV show So You Think You Can Dance and the track “Change Me,” as recorded by Akon and Keri Hilson, Goss opened himself up to a whole new market. The track “Lovely Las Vegas” was even used by NASCAR as a theme song, which led to Goss performing for 140,000 people at the NASCAR Las Vegas event. Yet another direction change saw Goss reinvent himself as a Las Vegas headline act. Working with Robin Antin, whose previous credits include the Pussycat Dolls, to create a contemporary rendition of a classic Rat Pack era Vegas show, Matt Goss signed a lucrative three-year contract to headline Caesar's Palace in 2010, following in the footsteps of acts like Elton John and Celine Dion. The live show featured a nine-piece live band and a dance troupe, and is comprised of tracks from Goss's career alongside classic Rat Pack era tracks. 2013 saw the release of the album Life You Imagine, produced by Ron Fair, who has previously been at the helm of albums by Black Eyed Peas, Mary J Blige, U2, Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera. Fair enlisted the support of a full-sized Hollywood-style orchestra for the album, which contains both new original material and a big band reworking of the Bros hit When Will I Be Famous.