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0120190727

In this two-part BBC Radio 2 special, Kate Thornton meets Matt and Luke Goss to talk about the important role that music has played in their lives.
They’ll be looking right back to their childhoods, recalling the songs and artistes that provided influence and inspiration during their formative years, remembering the first singles and albums they bought, the first musical instruments they learned to play at school and the most memorable concerts they saw. Matt and Luke will be talking about their very first attempts to form bands at school, where they met Craig Logan and morphed in to Bros, going on to experience the hysteria of Brosmania. When the band split up in 1992 each of the Goss brothers explored different career paths with Matt heading to Las Vegas to launch a very successful stage show, while Luke became an acclaimed actor. They discuss with Kate the enormous highs and the occasional lows that have impacted their lives over the last 30 years, including the grief they have shared recently over the death of their mother - and describe the impact of last year’s award winning film Bros: After The Screaming Stops and the excitement of performing a series of recent concerts as they make plans to record a new Bros album.

Kate Thornton meets Matt and Luke Goss to talk about their lives and careers.

Bros look back at their lives and careers.

In this two-part BBC Radio 2 special, Kate Thornton meets Matt and Luke Goss to talk about the important role that music has played in their lives.
They’ll be looking right back to their childhoods, recalling the songs and artistes that provided influence and inspiration during their formative years, remembering the first singles and albums they bought, the first musical instruments they learned to play at school and the most memorable concerts they saw. Matt and Luke will be talking about their very first attempts to form bands at school, where they met Craig Logan and morphed in to Bros, going on to experience the hysteria of Brosmania. When the band split up in 1992 each of the Goss brothers explored different career paths with Matt heading to Las Vegas to launch a very successful stage show, while Luke became an acclaimed actor. They discuss with Kate the enormous highs and the occasional lows that have impacted their lives over the last 30 years, including the grief they have shared recently over the death of their mother - and describe the impact of last year’s award winning film Bros: After The Screaming Stops and the excitement of performing a series of recent concerts as they make plans to record a new Bros album.

Kate Thornton meets Matt and Luke Goss to talk about their lives and careers.

0220190803

In this two-part BBC Radio 2 special, Kate Thornton meets Matt and Luke Goss to talk about the important role that music has played in their lives.
They’ll be looking right back to their childhoods, recalling the songs and artistes that provided influence and inspiration during their formative years, remembering the first singles and albums they bought, the first musical instruments they learned to play at school and the most memorable concerts they saw. Matt and Luke will be talking about their very first attempts to form bands at school, where they met Craig Logan and morphed in to Bros, going on to experience the hysteria of Brosmania. When the band split up in 1992 each of the Goss brothers explored different career paths with Matt heading to Las Vegas to launch a very successful stage show, while Luke became an acclaimed actor. They discuss with Kate the enormous highs and the occasional lows that have impacted their lives over the last 30 years, including the grief they have shared recently over the death of their mother - and describe the impact of last year’s award winning film Bros: After The Screaming Stops and the excitement of performing a series of recent concerts as they make plans to record a new Bros album.

Kate Thornton meets Matt and Luke Goss to talk about their lives and careers.