|Genres:||Pop / Rock|
|Decades:||1980s 1990s 2000s|
Twins Matthew and Luke Goss (29 September 1968, London, England), along with school friend Craig Logan (b. 22 April 1969, Fife, Scotland), formed a group called Cavier before changing the name to Bros. After securing the services of Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins and producer Nicky Graham, they scraped into the lower regions of the UK charts in 1987 with I Owe You Nothing. Well groomed and ambitious, the trio were well marketed and soon attracted a fanatical teenage fan following. Their second single, the catchy, dance-orientated When Will I Be Famous was promoted aggressively and climbed to UK number 2 in the early months of 1988. Drop The Boy soon followed, again just missing the number 1 spot. By now established as the teen-idols of 1988, the trios first single, I Owe You Nothing, was re-promoted and reached the chart summit in June 1988. A string of UK Top 10 singles followed, including I...