Matt and Luke Goss will reform Bros for shows in 2017.
Bros did their last UK concert at Wembley in August 1989 in front of 77,000 fans. On they went for three more years, recording a final third album ‘Changing Faces’ in 1991 and then officially breaking in 1992.
Matt Goss began a solo career and has released five albums. He has sold over 5 million albums and has a residency in Las Vegas.
Luke became an actor and appeared in ‘Blade II’, ‘Hellboy II: The Golden army’ and ‘Interview With A Hitman’.
“The most memorable moments for me in BROS so far is Wembley Stadium and without question our final global tour,” Matt Goss said in a statement.
“Both of these experiences were just with Luke and myself. As the lead singer of the band, my musical connection has always been with Luke. BROS is Matt and Luke,” he added confirming the other member Craig Logan is not part of the reformation.
In fact, the press release about the reformation says, “Both Matt and Luke remain friendly with Craig Logan who left the band in 1989”.
“BROS has been part of my life for 30 years,” Luke Goss said.
“I’m deeply proud of it. Our biggest show was at Wembley Stadium, BROS Into Summer, it was just Matt and I so I feel comfortable saying with great pride that Matt and I are BROS.”
When Will I Be Famous (no 5, 1987)
Drop The Boy (no 9, 1988)
I Owe You Nothing (no 6, 1988)
I Quit (no 14, 1988)
Cat Among The Pigeons (no, 15, 1988)
Too Much (no 11, 1989)
Chocolate Box (no 23, 1989)
Bros also had three more additional hits in the UK.
Madly In Love (1990)
Are You Mine (1991)
Bros tickets will go on sale in the UK on 7 October 2016 or 19 August 2017 at the O2 Arena.