The musician has just announced a one off show at the legendary London Palladium in June. The announcement comes after Goss released his fifth solo album ‘The Beautiful Unknown’. The singer is best known for his hits such as ‘Somewhere to Fall’ and ‘Blinding Lights’, which are inspired by George Michael. The one off show is being organised by Live Nation and tickets will be on sale at 10am on Saturday, April 2.
The announcement follows Matt Goss’ announcement last week that he will be playing a special one-off show at the London Palladium. The musician has played the London Palladium a number of times in the past, but has not performed there since 2018. In 2018, he released his fifth solo album, ‘The Beautiful Unknown’. The singer shot to fame with the band Bros and has since sold over five million records. His latest album ‘Blinding Lights’ was based on the lyrics of The Weeknd, and is his first collaboration with the Canadian singer.
After the release of his solo album ‘The Beautiful Unknown’ last week, Matt Goss will perform his first solo show at the iconic London venue since his 2017 debut. The songwriter, who rose to fame in the 1980s with the band Bros, has been on a solo career since his first album. This year he is working with songwriters to the stars to record his follow-up to his critically-acclaimed 2013 album. His newest album is inspired by the music of The Weeknd, who he describes as one of the most influential artists of his generation.
Performing at the iconic London Palladium is an amazing opportunity for fans to catch Goss’ latest album. The musician has sold over five million albums since his solo career began. In the last decade, he has performed at the prestigious venue in Las Vegas, where he had a residency at The Mirage and Caesars Palace. He is the longest-running British artist on the Vegas Strip, and his performance is sure to be an unforgettable experience for fans of the genre.
The singer-songwriter will perform a one-off show at the iconic London Palladium on 26 August. The tour will mark the release of his fifth solo album, ‘The Beautiful Unknown’. The former Bros frontman has previously performed at the famous London venue with a songwriter who inspired him to create the new album. The concert will be the first UK gig he will ever do at the historic venue.