Next year, the 30th anniversary of Saturday Night Fever, the group's
surviving members, Barry and Robin Gibb, intend to hit the road together
Although they've performed occasional one-off gigs, it'll be the first Bee
Gees tour since the death of their brother, Maurice, in 2003.
The putative concerts will also end long-running hostilities between the
two, which last hit the news pages in November.
"It's taken two years to get over Maurice's death, and reach the
stage where we can work together again," said Robin, at Ivor Novello awards.
"I now realise that it's even more important that we do stuff
together. So we might well be going back on the road next year, but dates
won't be announced until everything's concrete." [by Richard O
Donoghue. Source: The