BROS









BROS

was an English band which was active in the late 1980's and early 1990's. They consisted of twin brothers, Matt and Luke Goss, and Craig Logan. Tom Watkins was their manager (former manager of Pet Shop Boys). The songs which were released on the first album were written by the producer, Nicky Graham. After that the Goss brothers began to write their own music.

The BROS first single was, I Owe You Nothing, and was released in 1987 on CBS. Their second single, When Will I Be Famous, was released and went to number 2 on the U. K. Charts. They released their first album, Push, was released in 1988. The band had a total of 11 top 40 singles and 3 Top forty albums in the U> K> which makes them one of the largest bands in British music between 1988 and 1993. Their albums were 1988, Push number 2 in the U. K. And number 4 in Australia. In 1989, The Time hit number 4 in the U. K. In 1991, Changing Faces hit number 18 in the U. K., and in 2004, The Best of Bros was released. When , I Owe You Nothing, was re-released in 1988, it went to number 1 on the charts. Logan left the band in 1989 and the Goss brothers still toured. Their second album, The Time, was released in 1989 followed by, Changing Faces in 1991. They disbanded in 1991 because of financial and contractual disputes. Matt started a solo career in 1995 and experienced more record success. He did a duet with a friend, Denise Pearson, of Five Star, in 1997 but the song was never released commercially. Matt appeared as a chef on the tv show, Hells Kitchen.

Luke Goss starred in West End musicals in the 1990's and also appeared in several movies since 2000. Blade II was one of them and a 2004 version of Frankensteine as the creature. He also appeared in the movie, The Man, along with Samuel L. Jackson and Eugene Levy. He (along with his Band of Thieves) briefly signed on with One Little Indian Records and recorded several songs, one of which was, Sweeter Than The Midnight Rain. It appears that the brothers are doing well for themselves although they are no longer singing together. Their former band member Craig Logan went on to become a sales representative for EMI records and then a manager to Pink. In 2006 he was hired on as Sony BMGs RCA Records label group. Scott Davidson went on to be the chairman of the Bristol City Football Club. Bros was here for a while and they will be remembered by many for a long time.