This installment is taken from a 1988 interview with the Bee Gees, where they discusses the effect that ‘Saturday Night Fever’ had on their career. This one is a bit bittersweet, in retrospect: Maurice and Robin Gibb do most of the talking (Barry was present, but had a cold). And of course, Maurice and Robin are, sadly, no longer with us.
His immediate family, wife Dwina Gibb and son RJ, have compiled an album of his final recordings to be titled 50 St. Catherine’s Drive and released on Sept. 30.
Gibb—introduced by Fallon as Barry effin’ Gibb— showed that even after more than 50 years, he can still hit those high notes with no problem.
The Bee Gees celebrated their 50th anniversary four years ago, and Barry Gibb is continuing the celebration by hitting the road this spring.
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Though Barry Gibb has been quiet since the death of his younger brother Robin, a new video released by the surviving Bee Gee is a loving tribute to his fallen bandmate. The video, posted to […]
The singer for the Bee Gees, Robin Gibb, woke up from a coma over the weekend and is showing signs of recovery, according to his spokesman.