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Bros: This Is What You Do To Get On The Cover Of Smash Hits...

Report and Interview by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 10 February 1988

It's not just a queston of having a massive hit (e.g. Bros' 'When Will I Be Famous?') and then standing still for thirty seconds in ...

Bros: Teenage Clean Wave

Report and Interview by David Toop, The Face, April 1988

BROS and their fans are tired of the grown-up messages of adult pop. The girls that cluster outside their house every day represent a new era in ...

Bros: "We're The Only Group Who Write About Our Generation"

Interview by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 6 April 1988

Matt, Luke and Craig from Bros tell William Shaw about the songs on their first-ever LP Push... ...

"Bros Not Dross" Shock: Bros: City Hall, Sheffield

Live Review by Jack Barron, New Musical Express, 2 July 1988

WHAT IS IT about Bros? ...

Bros: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 16 July 1988

"I NEED a drink," my fellow Brosette whimpers urgently. It's the deafening interval 'tween set-end and encore. For an hour he'd gamely stood his ground, ...

Bros: The only way is where?

Profile by David Toop, The Times, 18 August 1989

Bros, Britain's favourite pop group, play Wembley Stadium tomorrow. David Toop asks whether this sets the seal on their success or marks the beginning of ...

Bros, Debbie Gibson: Wembley Stadium, London

Live Review by Terry Staunton, New Musical Express, 26 August 1989


Bros, Debbie Gibson: Wembley Stadium, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 26 August 1989


Bros: Good Morning, America!

Report and Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, November 1989

"VERNA!" CRIES Luke Goss, the drummer. "Verna! Can I have another triple Hennessy's, please, darl?" ...

Pop Goes The Bubblegum

Report by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 18 June 1993

Teenybopper bands were once besieged by fans wherever they went. The new generation's tame in comparison. Why? ...

A simply divine madness

Memoir by Caitlin Moran, The Times, 2 June 1995

How an obnoxious teenager, revelling in the obscurity of her pop passions, met Bros in the supermarket aisle to Damascus ...

Bob Herbert 1942-1999

Obituary by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 14 August 1999

BOB HERBERT, who has died in a car crash aged 57, didn't invent the idea of the packaged pop group, but, as the man responsible ...

Bros: O2, London

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, 21 August 2017

NOSTALGIA IS A powerful drug. One of the joys of witnessing former teen-pop idols re-form in middle age is the extra emotional depth, knowing hindsight ...


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