A Las Vegas regular returns to Las Vegas on Tuesday, June 23, when British singer and songwriter
ups his weekly residency at
to four nights a week.
The charming crooner, who gained fame in the former British boy band Bros, has been a staple in the
for more than five years. The show-stopping lounge act comes replete with a nine-piece live band with a horn section and burlesque dancers backing up the velvet-voiced Goss.
Now the show takes the stage on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with Goss donning a fedora and still making the ladies swoon.
His solo career kicked off in 1995 with songs such as “The Key.” Over his career, he’s sold more than 20 million albums and even played for
. When he returns to England, he’s been known to fill the 70,000-seat Wembley Stadium and The Royal Albert Hall in London, but his success follows him in the United States, where he’s sold out the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. When he’s not in Las Vegas, he’s on tour, which has taken him to 20 countries.
Expect to hear Goss’ sultry renditions of songs such as “Hotel California” and “Superstition,” as well as Frank Sinatra favorites "I've Got the World on a String" and "Luck be a Lady."
Tickets start at $50 for general admission and $120 for VIP seats.