Matt is in the Daily Express today.
Two decades on from his boyband heyday, Matt Goss has staged an amazing career turnaround and found himself being hailed as the new Frank Sinatra. Goss, one third of Eighties pop group Bros, has landed the prestigious headline act residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, the former home of Rat Pack stars Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr and Sinatra in the early Sixties. After self-funding his album Gossy, Lewisham-born Matt had his big break in Vegas when he performed at the Palms Casino six months ago. Singing both big band numbers and original material at Caesars Palace, Goss has attracted attention from US critics who have been following his rise to success in America. According to the Las Vegas Sun, Goss, 41, is known to his fans across the world as The Voice, sparking comparisons with Ol Blue Eyes.
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