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Following Matt's Mood, Basia and White left Matt Bianco again to reinvigorate the Basia brand.Reilly reunited with Fisher, and Matt Bianco were back as a duo.After the first album with the new line-up, they took a 13-piece band on to a European tour that saw them perform in front of an audience of more than 250,000 attendees in total.In 1984 they appeared on the BBC TV morning show Saturday Superstore and were infamously called "A bunch of wankers" by Simon Roberts during a fan 'phone-in', which could not be cut as the show was live.After twenty years recording and touring, the two split amicably.Initiated by a mutual friend, Basia and Danny White joined with Mark Reilly to reform the "original" Matt Bianco, in 2003, signing to the Emarcy label.The album featured adult-contemporary/jazz numbers, in the spirit of their first album.The following year, they embarked on a world tour, which included stops in the UK, Japan, and the United States.
In 2004, Matt Bianco released the album Matt's Mood, the name from one of their most popular early instrumental tracks).
Jenni Evans left the group shortly after the recording of the group's self-titled album and was not replaced.
Matt Bianco was now a household name in Europe, and Warner Brothers sought to market them in the United States.
Also on board from the beginning was then-unknown Polish vocalist Basia Trzetrzelewska.
Initially, the band was known as "Bronze", before settling on the name Matt Bianco in 1983.
The group was pictured as a quartet for their first single ("Get Out of Your Lazy Bed"/"Big Rosie"), although Poncioni only played on the non-album B-side "Big Rosie".