Known for his impassioned performances that combine intoxicating vocal sets, big band instrumentals and old-school glamour, British-born singing sensation Matt Goss’ sleek style and unparalleled ability to engage audiences embody the magic of Las Vegas’ classic lounge crooners. A favorite among visitors and locals, Goss’ talents have drawn comparison to the Rat Pack, and numerous accolades proclaim him “The New King of Vegas.” Goss will bring his celebrated act – including multi-piece band, sultry backup singers and Dirty Virgins dance troupe – to a scintillating new live-music experience at The Mirage.
Goss will bring his celebrated act – including multi-piece band, backup singers and Dirty Virgins dance troupe – to a new live-music experience at The Mirage.
Franz Kallao, general manager of The Mirage, said, “From his pure vocal talent to magnetic stage presence, Matt Goss is one of a kind. We couldn’t be more excited to announce our partnership. His new residency will add something truly special to the guest experience at The Mirage and fans will love experiencing his show in this intimate venue.”
Goss is known for his performances that combine vocal sets, big band instrumentals, and old-school glamour, and embodies the magic of Las Vegas’ classic lounge crooners.
Goss returns to Las Vegas after a recent engagement at the legendary O2 Arena in London, which sold out in a record-breaking seven seconds.
The singer-songwriter got his start in entertainment in 1988 as lead singer of the band BROS alongside his twin brother. He quickly became the youngest artist to sell out the world-famous Wembley Stadium, played a record 19 consecutive nights at Wembley Arena and performed twice for Her Majesty the Queen. His debut album went platinum seven times, earned 13 Top Five hits and remained on the UK chart for an astonishing 84 weeks. Goss has sold more than 17 million records worldwide and achieved No. 1 records in over 22 countries. He has taken the stage at world-class venues such as Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, The Royal Albert Hall and The London Palladium.