- Category : 1969-births
- Type : GP
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Unexpected 1
Scottish musician, immensely popular to screaming fans in 1987.
Their band with original material, consisting of Matt Goss, his younger twin brother Luke and was named "Bros." For two years, they were England's hottest group and teenage heartthrobs, scoring eight consecutive Top Ten hits, including the chart-topping "I Owe You Nothing."
Their debut album, "Push" sold 300,00 copies within its first week of release and in excess of five million worldwide. During their first year, they completed a World Tour of a dozen countries, of which the video was released in 1988. Over their peak-six years, Bros recorded three successful albums, including thirteen Top-5 singles and selling 17 million records worldwide. At that time their World Tour video outsold Michael Jackson/s Thriller with over 250,000 copies sold.
Logan left the group in January 1989 and later sued the brothers.
From September 1995 he was the international marketing manager for EMI records. After "The Bros" disbanded in 1991, Matt released a solo album in August 1995 and Luke moved into stage acting from March 1996.