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01   1973: Life in a tin can released in the UK / 1979: The album 'I've gotta get a message to you' goes silver in the UK / 1997: 'Alone' enters UK charts

02   1991: Beri Gibb marries Harry Rhoades / 1991: 'Secret love' enters UK charts

03   1968: Bee Gees play in N├╝rnberg, Germany / 1979: 'Tragedy' Number One in the UK and Canada  / 1981: The single 'Guilty' certified gold (USA)

04   1967: Polydor releases the single 'Spicks & specks' / 'I'm the world', first Bee Gees release in Europe / 1978: Five Gibb songs on the USA Top Ten: 'Love is thicker than water (#1), 'Stayin' alive' (2), 'Emotion' (4), 'Night fever' (5) and 'How deep is your love' (10) / 1978: And four Gibb songs on the Canadian top 5: Stayin alive (1), Emotion (2), Night fever (3), 'Love is thicker than water' (4)

05    1958: Andy Gibb's birthday (at 6.30 a.m.) / 1973: Bee Gees play in New York (Life in a tin can Tour)

06    1992: Hugh Gibb's death

07    1967: The Bee Gees start recording Bee Gees First / 1988: Andy Gibb taken to hospital

08    1986: 'Chain reaction' Number One in the UK

09    1970: Barry Gibb records 'This time' / 1996: 'How deep is your love' tops the UK charts performed by Take That

10     1968: Bee Gees play at the Festhalle in Bern / 1988: Andy Gibb's death / 1989: Miami dedicates Andy Gibb a street - Andy Gibb Drive

11     1978: Saturday Night Fever enters UK charts

13     1978: The single 'Stayin' alive' certified platinum (USA)

14     1980: Andy Gibb guest host at Midnight Special / 2001: Robin Gibb presents the album This is where I came in On British radio stations

15     1932: Arif Mardin's birthday. He produced Mr Natural and Main Course / 1967: The Bee Gees record 'Turn Of The Century'

16     1967: The Bee Gees record 'New York Mining Disaster 1941'

17     1968: Bee Gees guests at Ed Sullivan Show / 1979: Bee Gees go to No.1 on the UK album chart with Spirits Having Flown / 2001: Bee Gees appearance on the Austrian TV show 'Wetten Dass'

18     1978: 'Night fever' Number One in the USA

19     1969: Robin announces he leaves the Bee Gees / 1972: Bee Gees play in Hong Kong for the first time

20     1999: One Night Only concert (Auckland, New Zealand) / 2001: Bee Gees performance at the BBC's Radio Theatre in London

21     1967: Bee Gees record 'Craise Finton Kirk Royal Academy Of Arts' / 1969: Bee Gees record 'Tomorrow Tomorrow' / 1988: Andy Gibb's burial in L.A.

22     1963: Release of The Bee Gees debut single 'The Battle of the blue and grey' / 1978: Saturday Night Fever London premiere / 1997: Still waters enters UK album charts

23     1967: Bee Gees record 'Please Read me' / 1971: The Bee Gees record 'Dearest' / 1972: Bee Gees play at the Budokan Centre  in Tokyo, Japan

24     1946: Colin Petersen's birthday / 1972: Bee Gees play again at the Budokan Centre   in Tokyo, Japan / 1979: 'Tragedy' Number One in the USA / 2001: Billboard issues 'The Bee Gees: 35 years of music' / 2001: Bee Gees appearance on the Parkinson Show (UK)

25     1978: 'Night fever' goes No 1 in Canada

26     2001: Release of the single 'This is where I came in' in Europe

27     1967: The Bee Gees support Fats Domino at the Saville Theatre, London / 1968: The Bee Gees play at the Royal Albert Hall in London / 1999: One Night Only concert (Sydney, Australia)

28     1970: 'IOIO' enters UK charts and 'If only I had my mind on something else' enters USA charts / 2005 Robin Gibb's concert in Moscow (Magnetic Tour)

29     1971: Bee Gees record 'Walking Back To Waterloo' / 1980: Ronald Selle sues the Bee Gees for copyright infringement on 'How Deep Is Your Love'

30     1971: The single 'Lonely days' certified gold (USA)

31     1968: Bee Gees play at the Palace Theatre in Manchester / 2002: Barry Gibb buys his childhood home in Keppel Road, Chorlton, Manchester

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