Bros is an English pop group who achieved global success from 1988-1992 with songs such as "When Will I Be Famous" and "I Owe You Nothing". Bros released their studio album 'Push' which sold over 10 million copies worldwide. Their second album 'The Time' sold over 3 million copies worldwide and finally 'Changing Faces' sold 500,000 copies worldwide. Bros are the youngest group In British Music History to sell out Wembley stadium 19 consecutive nights. Bros had over 6 millions fans in their Bros front fan club. Wherever Bros went, thousands of fans would follow and even the London Met Police had to corner off Oxford Street HMV in 1988 due to 130,000 fans blocking the street to get their album signed. Brosmania was born. In 2017 they reformed with two shows at London’s O2 Arena.
Please note: The Brothers (7) credited for writing Bros material is a deliberately confusing alias of Tom Watkins and Nicky Graham, their manager and producer at the time.