:: Memories: Andy Gibb in Taipei
Andy Gibb's last performance outside the USA took place in Taipei, Taiwan in January 1986.
You can see photos of Andy's performance at Yukuang,
a Taiwanese musical magazine. The director of that magazine is the same person who invited
Andy to play in Taiwan (Posted by Gordon Peng).
:: UK's Rich List
Barry and Robin Gibb appear on The Sunday Times' Rich List with � million.The
Sunday Times Rich List profiles the 1,000 richest people and families in Britain and is
now in its 16th year of publication. (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: Top Ten in New Zealand
The duo Adeaze has released a version of 'How deep is your love' in New Zealand. The song
entered the charts at #6 two weeks ago and is now at #7. In an interview they said Maurice
Gibb passed away when they were recording the album, and they decided to record the song
as a tribute to him. (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: The Saturday Night Fever musical extends season in Singapore
The Singapore run of the musical Saturday Night Fever has been extended to May 2,
2004. The Australian production of the Broadway and West End smash hit premiered in
Singapore on April 3, 2004. After its season there, it will travel to Malaysia, Hong Kong
and then to Australia and New Zealand.
It seems the stage version of Saturday Night Fever is winning the Bee Gees new fans in
Singapore. In response to the renewed interest, Universal Music has restocked shelves
there with a number of compilations and individual titles such as Odessa, Spirits Having
Flown and Size Isn't Everything, as well as Fever's original London cast album.
:: Saturday Night Fever- The Musical kicks off in Malaysia
'Saturday Night Fever - The Musical' began its Malaysian run in grand style at Istana
Budaya' Kuala Lumpur Saturday night.
:: "Bee Gees overwhelmed by honorary degrees"
Irish Examiner: "Robin and Barry Gibb were at the University of Manchester to
accept degrees making them doctors of music.
Barry said: "The ceremony was completely overwhelming and wonderful.
"Maurice would be very proud. He was applauding as well. He's looking down on us and
I bet he wishes he was here."
Barry, 56, said it had been a "difficult time" since Maurice died but he and
Robin, 54, were opening a recording studio at a Manchester school later today in his
Barry pledged that he and Robin would continue recording.
Joking with reporters, he said: "Dr Gibb. I can write prescriptions now."
Wearing red and yellow gowns and soft black velvet caps, the pair posed for photographers
and signed autographs for fans.
:: Barry and Robin open a school recording studio named in memory of their brother Maurice
South Manchester Reporter: "After receiving honorary degrees
from Manchester University the brothers made their way to the new multi-million pound
Oakwood High on Nell Lane. The school has recently built a state-of-the-art recording
studio. Teachers emailed the Bee Gees earlier this year to ask if they could name the
facility in Maurice's honour.
Following a tour of the studio the pair were treated to a special performance from the
youngsters including a rendition of Staying Alive, a samba version of Jive Talking, a
ballet to Words and a vocal arrangement of Too Much Heaven.
And as Barry, 56, pressed a button to open the suite he made a touching tribute to
"Here one's for you pal", he said, and turning to the guests at the ceremony,
added: "He finally got top billing."
Robin, 54, added: "Today's a fantastic day and calling it after Maurice would have
made him very proud."
The trip brought back memories of their time growing up on Keppel Road where the three
began practising the harmonies which would eventually turn them into world superstars.
Since the announcement that the Bee Gees would be in the area the school has been
inundated with calls from fans eager to catch a glimpse of their idols. Read articles
:: Barry Gibb signs new deal
"Barry Gibb has signed with UTA in all areas, including live
performance, acting and creating music for motion pictures, television and stage.
Founded in 1991, the UTA (United Talent Agency) is a Hollywood talent agency representing
big-name movie celebrities such as Harrison Ford, Johnny Depp, and Jim Carrey. The firm
also has a client list of directors and screenwriters, finances films and TV shows and has
a music division that represents recording artists such as Nelly, Celine Dion, and Ricky
:: Tea with Robin Gibb
"The pop superstar made a special appearance at an auction held at Englemere in Ascot
for the Paul Bevan Cancer Foundation. He had agreed to have tea with a successful bidder
and this lot alone raised �900.
Robin mingled with excited bidders and said: "It is great to be back in Ascot, this
really was my stamping ground in earlier days. My children Spencer and Melissa were born
in Heatherwood Hospital."
Robin said he was delighted so many people wanted to have tea with him, but admitted:
"If I was able to choose who I would like to have tea with it would be Sir Bob
Geldof. At least I would not have to dress up."
:: Bee Gees collect CBEs
During an emotional ceremony today at Buckingham Palace in London, Prince
Charles made the surviving members of the Bee Gees -- Barry and Robin Gibb -- Commanders
of the Order of the British Empire, or CBE. Late member Maurice's son, Adam, received the
award on his father's behalf. Robin was joined by wife Dwina and his daughter Melissa and
son Robin John, while Barry was accompanied by wife Linda and daughter Alexandra.
The group was awarded their honours three years ago but work commitments led to delays in
collecting them. Barry Gibb also admitted that his fear of flying post September 11 had
added to the delay.
Later in the Palace quadrangle, Robin said: "This is for Maurice", and as they
posed for the cameras Barry said: "This is the greatest day of my life."
"It's bittersweet. It would have been wonderful for all three of us to be here,"
said Barry Gibb. "We have mixed feelings. Knowing Mo, this would have been right up
his alley. He would have still had his hat on," a reference to the artist's beloved
black trilby. "Nothing could remove that hat," his twin brother Robin added. Read articles. Watch video.
:: Australia: New South Wales tribute to Bee Gees
New South Wales Premier Bob Carr turned up at the Gibb family's old
three-bedroom red brick bungalow to unveil a plaque to honour their stay in Sydney's
beachside suburb of Maroubra between 1963 and 1966. Read article.
:: Barry Gibb attends Pro-celebrity cricket to aid missing persons
Today Barry Gibb attended a pro-celebrity cricket match in aid of the National
Missing Persons Helpline charity (NMPH), held at the Imber Court Metropolitan Police
Cricket Grounds, Ember Lane, East Molesey, Surrey.
There with him were his wife Linda and four of their five children (only Stephen was
missing), and also Yvonne and Adam Gibb.
:: Andy Gibb on dvd
Release today of the dvd "Punky Brewster - Season One." You can order it from Amazon.
The dvdincludes the two episodes featuring Andy Gibb:
- "Miss Adorable," first aired on November 25, 1984. Andy Gibb acts himself
hosting a beauty pageant.
- "Play it again, Punky," first aired on Jan 20, 1985. Andy Gibb is 'Tony Glen',
a music teacher that teaches Punky to play the piano.
:: Robin Gibb attends fundraising event
Early this month Robin Gibb, his wife Dwina and son Robin John attended a royal
gala performance of Geraldine Hughes' show Belfast Blues at the Soho Theatre in
London to aid Parkinson's Appeal. The anecdote: Robin, one of the show's main sponsors,
arrived late due to London's gridlocked traffic and the organisers of the fund-raising
evening decided to delay the start of the play until Robin and his family arrived twenty
minutes later. (Source: Mayfair
:: Stayin' Alive in the top ten of best movie songs
The list of the 100 best movie songs was announced yesterday in the CBS special
AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Songs. The show's host was John Travolta, and 'Stayin' Alive came
in at No. 9.
The Top Ten songs: 1. Over the rainbow, 2. As time goes by, 3. Singin in the rain, 4. Moon
river, 5. White Christmas, 6. Mrs Robinson, 7. When you wish upon a star, 8. The way we
were, 9. Stayin alive and 10. The sound of music. (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
Gibb performance at the Hollywood Bowl
Last Friday June 25 Robin Gibb performed in honour of Brian Wilson when the latter was
inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame.
Robin Gibb was there to introduce the Wilson segment and sing How Deep Is Your Love, which
sounded strange without the upholstering of the Bee Gees, but was very much enjoyed by the
:: Robin Gibb's 4th of July performance
night Robin Gibb performed at A Capitol Fourth concert held in Washington DC. He sang
three Saturday Night Fever songs: Jive talkin', How deep is your love and Stayin alive,
which were very much enjoyed by the audience.
According to The Washington Post, Robin's was the best performance of the night:
"The show's most refreshing performance: a tribute to the disco era of the Bee Gees,
featuring a performance by Robin Gibb. With Jive Talkin', How Deep Is Your Love? and
Stayin' Alive, Gibb was the only performer whose songs were free of an inspirational
agenda; they simply took people back to a good time in their lives."
A Capitol Fourth" marked one of the first public performances by Gibb since the death
of his twin brother, Maurice, last year. "My son R.J. was born in America," Gibb
says, "so he's been brought up to be very observant of that day as well. It's a very
big event for him." (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman. Source: Newsday)
Having first played the city in 1998, the Saturday
Night Fever show returns to London after a sell-out UK
tour where it was seen by more than 500,000 people. On the opening night (July 6) the
audience at London's Apollo Victoria were up on their feet and boogying ecstatically
during the show. (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
The Saturday Night Fever stage musical
has also reached Korea. It will be at the Seoul Arts Center
from July 17 to August 3.
In Australia the 12-week Sydney
season is about to end; then the show will play three cities in New Zealand before
returning to Australia for a residency in Melbourne in 2005. The New Zealand run starts
October 1 in Auckland. The show premieres in Melbourne on December 31.
The musical will be also played in Oslo, Norway, this autumn. The theatre is called Chat Noir, and the
premiere date is September 15. (Posted by Solv錼 Reiten)
The show can also be seen in the USA at the
Sahara in Las Vegas, where is now on an unlimited run.
(Posted by Nancy Frazier)
:: Barry at work
Barry is back to work at Middle Ear studio to record demos of some new songs,
with Brian Tench (ESP - 1987, One -1989) as the recording engineer. (Posted
by Ana, from Ellan Vannin)
:: Barbara Gibb interviewed
The August issue of the Australian Woman's Weekly Magazine features an
interview with Barbara Gibb. She will travel to Australia later this month to visit family
and friends and to represent her sons at a Walk of Stars ceremony to be held in Caloundra,
Queensland on September 1. Read article
:: SNF fourth in poll
BBC 6Music carried out a poll to find the best movie soundtracks; Saturday
Night Fever came at #4.
:: Tribute to Maurice Gibb by Edinho Santa Cruz
Next Monday August 16 the Brazilian singer Edinho Santa Cruz will release a
Maurice Gibb tribute album. The Cd features versions of Bee Gees songs in Portuguese plus
a song Edinho has written to honor Maurice Gibb called 'Last Forever'. Download (634 kb).You can order the cd from Submarino
(Posted by Claudio from BR Gibb)
:: Interview with Maurice Gibb
The US magazine Goldmine features in its latest issue (#629) an
interview from 1997 with Maurice Gibb. In it Maurice Gibb talked about the Bee Gees
career, their admiration for the Beatles, how some of their best-known songs were born,
the lack of promotion in the US in the 80s, how proud he was of 'Fanny'..
:: Related releases
Samantha Gibb's band, MEG, has recorded an EP with five songs. If you want to
listen to some of the songs and buy it, visit MEG's website. (Posted by Susan
:: New induction for the Bee Gees
On September 20th the Bee Gees will be inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame. For
more details visit Dmhof. (Posted by Marj. L.)
:: A day to celebrate
Today September 1, the third most sucessful songwriter and producer ever, with 16 #1 hits
written and 14 #1 hits produced, Barry Gibb, has
turned 58. (By Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: The Bee Gees big in Germany
The Bee Gees are the 5th most successful band of all times in Germany. First
are the Beatles, 2. ABBA, 3. Sweet, 4. Boney M, 5. Bee Gees. (Posted by Juan Cristobal
:: "Bee Gee Robin Presents Cheque to Thame Youngster"
Thame News, Sept 14: "Pop superstar and Thame resident, Robin Gibb
of the Bee Gees, took time out from his busy schedule today, to present a cheque to a
young Thame boy who has cerebral palsy. (...) Robin Gibb chatted to an obviously excited
Sam and presented him with a signed copy of his latest CD. (...) Robin is off to Germany
tomorrow for a series of gigs in Germany and he told Sandra that he is looking forward to
some time off at Christmas, which he expects to spend at home in Thame." (Posted by
Marj. L. Source: Thame News)
:: Robin Gibb: Tribute Concert for Maurice & CD
Robin Gibb plans a televised tribute concert for Maurice in Spring '05 and a commemorative
album featuring artists singing classic Bee Gees hits to be released in Fall 2005,
featuring chart topping contemporary vocalists. A limited Making Of non-scripted
television series is planned to precede the release of the CD, and there will also be a
world tour. (Posted by Nora Nichols and Marj. L. Source: BBC)
::Robin Gibb's Magnetic Tour
Robin Gibb tours Germany with the Frankfurt philharmonic orchestra, a four-piece band,
four back-up singers, and with Lucia and Alistair Griffin as opening acts.
Robin's shows last around 75 minutes and he performs:
- Four of his solo songs: Please, Juliet, Saved By The Bell and Love Hurts
- A version of My Lover's Prayer together with Alistair Griffin
- Bee Gees hits: Emotion, Message to you, How deep is your love, Nights on Broadway,
Massachusetts, Night fever, New York mining disaster, To love somebody, Words, You win
again, Tragedy, Stayin alive and Jive talkin'
The audience response was fantastic in all concerts and Robin had a great time performing.
The Bonn concert was taped with the view of releasing it on DVD.
:: Robin Gibb at Steffi Graf's tennis gala
Robin Gibb was the guest artist at the Steffi Graf's tennis gala held today in Berlin to
benefit the "Children for tomorrow" association. He performed Stayin' Alive, You
Win Again and Juliet (changing the lyrics in honour of Steffi). At the end of the match
between Steffi Graf and Gabriela Sabatini, he also performed How Deep Is Your Love. See photo (Source: ZDF. Thank you Marj.
:: "Lulu's tears for Maurice..."
...when she was shown a clip of her singing with her ex-husband during an
interview on 'Kelly's Show' (UTV). Read full article at Belfast Telegraph.
:: What a new baby
First was a Lamborghini Murcielago, and now Barry has bought a new Bentley
Continental GT. (Posted by Marj. L. Source: Ellan Vannin)
:: Barry Gibb: cool voice
The singer's voice is so distinctive that you immediately recognize the artist.
For Askmen.com Barry Gibb is in the top 5 of the most distinct voices in music. The top
ten list: 1. Dylan 2. Barry White, 3 Louis Armstrong, 4 Pavarotti, 5 Barry Gibb, 6 Elvis
Presley, 7 Axl Rose, 8 James Brown, 9 Aaron Neville and 10 David Gohan. Also, The album Bee
Gees Greatest is the 6th greatest pop album ever. (Posted by Marj L & Juan
Cristobal Guzman. Source: Askmen.com)
:: Robin Gibb takes part in fundrising event in Thame
Back from the German tour, Robin Gibb was the special celebrity guest at the
charity concert held last Tuesday at St Mary's Church in Thame to raise money for the
Haemotology Day Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He presented a cheque for
�000 to Doctor Tim Littlewood during the evening. (Posted by Marj L. Source:
:: Saturday Night Fever opens in Auckland
The SNF musical opened in Auckland, New Zealand, last Sunday. You can read a
review at the New
Zealand Herald (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: 'Stayin Alive' among best Brit songs ever
British radio program Capitol Gold has carried out a poll to find the most
popular songs in Britain. Bee Gees song Stayin alive was voted in the Top Ten, at No 9.
(Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: Barry at work
Barry Gibb is back to studio to work on new songs. Brian Tench comes from England to work
with him as recording engineer. Work lasts till October 30. (Posted by Ana from Ellan Vannin and Marj. L)
:: "Get down tonight"
The disco special
"My Music: Get Down Tonight," filmed in Asbury Park in August, is set to
premiere at 7 p.m. Saturday on NJN. The impetus for "Get Down Tonight" came one
evening while producer Lubinsky was driving home with the radio on and heard the Bee Gees'
version of 'How Deep is Your Love.' Karen Lynn Gorney, who starred 'Saturday Night Fever'
with Travolta, says that while shooting the new footage in Brooklyn, "there was a
little parakeet among the pigeons. Maybe it was Maurice Gibb coming back as a parakeet. He
was singing. It was so strange. It was kind of special to be out there talking about
Maurice and just to be by the water. It was a great day." The show will be dedicated
to Maurice Gibb and there will be a tribute to the Bee Gees.
:: "How many sleeps"
"How Many Sleeps" is the ballad written by Barry Gibb and David English which is
featured on the B-side of Cliff Richard's latest single. David English has said about the
song: "I wrote the song about my daughter Amy Rose, who as a little girl used to
phone me from Zimbabwe, where she lived at the time, and asked, How many sleeps before I
see you daddy?' She would measure how long she hadn't seen me in how many nights she had
slept. I thought this was a lovely idea for a song so me and Barry went to Miami to record
it. We thought it would be perfect for Cliff so he came over and put down the vocals. The
funny thing is that Cliff hasn't even met Amy Rose, even though he's singing about
her." (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman. Source This Is Local London)
:: "Words of Bee Gees break through hardened culture"
"This life has lost its glory. Let's start a brand new story, now, my
love." How often these simple words seem relevant from time to time in just about all
of our lives. They certainly rung true in the lives of Barry and Robin when brother
Maurice died in 2003 and the band ended. The Bee Gees were the most successful band in
history after the Beatles. The opening quotation is from their song "Words" that
ends with Barry's voice, filled with emotion, telling us that, "words are all I have,
to tell my love to you." Maybe these "words" are becoming more and more
lost on a culture hardened by the commonplace breakup of families and loving
relationships, widespread financial hardship, with war, accidents and drug busts on every
TV channel. The Bee Gees aren't really gone. Their heart-rending music and song live on in
the magic of film and videos..." Read full article at Metro West Daily News (Posted by Juan
:: Robin Gibb on the Album Chart Show
Robin Gibb is already promoting Number Ones in the UK. Today he was on the Album
Chart Show on BBC Radio 2, where he said Barry and he will go on writing songs. When asked
about Maurice's Tribute Concert, Robin said it is on hold until Barry feels ready to do
it. (Posted by Marj L. Source RobinGibb.com)
:: Number Ones Out Today
The Bee Gees Number Ones CD is out today in most of Europe. If the album enters the UK
album charts, 37 years and 3 months will have passed since their first album released in
the UK, Bee Gees First, entered the UK charts (August 12, 1967 at 34, then it
climbed to No 8)
It will be released in The USA and Canada on November 9, in Australia and New Zealand on
November 15. In Brazil it will be realeased in December and in Japan on December 17.
(Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: Robin Gibb on "Later"
Last night Robin Gibb was on BBC 2's TV show "Later with Jools Holland" to
promote Bee Gees Number Ones. He was interviewed and performed
"Massachusetts" live. (Posted by Mary Evans)
:: Bee Gees stamps
Barry and Robin have kindly agreed to promote a Commemorative Stamp Cover in support of St
Bridget's Hospice Care's 21st Birthday. The Stamp Cover - there are 500 signed
personally by Barry and Robin - is available now both on the Isle of Man and
throughout the rest of the world via the Internet (Posted
by Marj L. Source: RobinGibb.com)
:: Sunday Times interview
Robin Gibb was interviewed by Paul Sexton for the Sunday Times.Read full article
Times (Posted by Glenna Marie Helton & Marj L. Source: RobinGibb.com)
:: Top Ten for the Bee Gees!
They did it again! Number Ones has
entered the UK album charts at No 7, giving the their 14th top ten album in a career
spanning over 37 years.
According to Music Media, Number Ones has
entered the charts at 25 in Europe based on sales in the UK (no 7), Ireland (20), France
(31), Italy (60), Germany (43), Austria (71), Switzerland (47)...
In USA it enters at 23 and the Dvd at No 1.
In Canada the album Number Ones enters at 26
improving also The Record, which entered and peaked at 32 back in 2001.
In New Zealand Number Ones enters at 13,
achieving platinum status. (Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman)
:: UK Music Hall of Fame
No luck this time. It looks like the BeeGees did not make it into the UK Music Hall of
Fame to be shown Sunday night. (Posted by Marj L.)
:: Commander's Cup
The world-renown Commander's Cup was held November 12 - 14 outside of San Diego,
California's Qualcomm Stadium. 162 lucky teams competed for the world-renowned
Commander's Cup, an ever-impressive cup dedicated to the memory of our beloved Maurice
Gibb, who was and still is the greatest ambassador of paintball. You can read here an interview Maurice gave to Paintball
2Xtremes Magazine in 2002. Next year's Commanders Cup will be held in Miami. (Source:
:: Children In Need
Once more, Robin Gibb has contributed to the BBC Children In Need Appeal charity. You
could bid to spend an afternoon at Robin's studio in his home. Today Robin was on BBC's
Children in Need presenting the cheque: The song-writing master class with him went for
26,000 pounds to Mike Dawson of York. (Posted by Marj L. Source: BBC Radio 2)
:: Barry for pets
Barry Gibb donated a signed guitar to be auctioned to benefit homeless animals at the
"Play for Paws" Las Vegas Night party held yesterday by the Humane Society of
Greater Miami at the Mayfair House in Coconut Grove. The party has made $40,000 for the
night which included the signed guitar by Barry. (Posted by Marj L.)
:: Energy Globe Awards
Robin was asked to be the patron for the Australian/Youth category of the Energy Globe
Awards, supported by the UN and today's most important environmental awards. Robin's
contribution to the awards has been taped at his home in Oxfordshire and will be aired
tomorrow in Austria (ORF2) at 22.30 CET. It will be aired again on December 14 (12.10 CET)
by 3SAT. (Posted by Marj L / Marion Budde)
:: Robin Gibb on German TV
Last night Robin Gibb was in Bremen, Germany, to take part in ZDF's show 50 Jahre Rock!
He performed How Deep Is Your Love, and then was asked to sing a bit of Massachusetts,
which he did a capella, joined by the audience. Again a fantastic performance! (Posted by
:: New versions
Snoop Dogg has included a sample of the Bee Gees
song 'Love you inside out' in his song "Ups and downs" from his latest album R&G:
The Masterpiece, which entered the USA charts at No 6 last week. (Posted by Juan
According to Laut, Billy Corgan, former
Smashing Pumpkins and Zwan member, has recorded a version of "To love somebody"
together with The Cure-singer Robert Smith. The song will appear on a solo album by Corgan
in spring next year. (Posted by Sebastian Wanke. Source: Laut)
:: Robin Gibb tour photos available for purchase
Photographer Guido Karp of "Fans United" and Robin Gibb have selected 50 photos
to make available to fans, which were shot during Robin's Magnetic Tour of Germany this
past September. For more details, and an order form and photo sample, check out Robin
Gibb's official site at www.robingibb.com/forum
("Magnetic Tour" section - topic "Official Tour Photos") [Posted by www.robingibb.com]
:: Busy day for Robin Gibb
First he was on Channel 4's Richard
and Judy chat show to promote Number Ones (you can see photos at Robin Gibb's Forum),
and then he rushed to Thame to switch on the
lights of the Christmas Tree of Hope. See photos. Read (scroll till last
paragraph) (posted by Marj L)
And remember next Thursday December 9 Robin will be on ITV's "Christmas
Countdown" at 17.00 GMT. He and a TV chef will cook chestnut Wellington (ITV)
:: Melody available on DVD
The movie Melody (1971), whose soundtrack features six Bee Gees songs, has been
released on DVD in Japan. It's in English, with subtitles in Japanese. You can buy it from
HMV Japan (Region 2)
(Posted by "Robert Stigwood" from Robin's
:: Back in Middle Ear
Yesterday Barry Gibb resumed work at Middle Ear studio. This time he will be assisted by
Brad as recording engineer and also by John Merchant on some sessions. He'll be working at
the studio till December 17, when he'll make a break for Christmas. You can see photos at Ellan Vannin. (Posted by Ana
from Ellan Vannin)
:: Robin the cook
On Thursday Robin was on ITV's Christmas Countdown to "help" a TV
chef cook chestnut Wellington. Click here
to see the vegetarian recipe they cooked. And you can see photos at Robin Gibb's Forum.
:: Release of I cannot give you my love
Tomorrow Cliff Richard's single I Cannot Give You My Love will be released in the UK. The
song was written by Barry Gibb and his son Ashley. Cliff Richard's recording features
Barry Gibb on backing vocals and Maurice Gibb on keyboards. Will this be the 50th top 10
for a Gibb song in the UK? The song truly deserves it. You can buy this cd single from Amazon
:: Reissue of the Living Eyes CD
The elusive Living Eyes Cd has been reissued today by Universal in Japan, together with 16
more cds of the Bee Gees catalogue. You can order it from HMV
Japan. (Posted by Thomas Dirzininkas. Source: MediaWars)
:: I cannot give you my love enters charts
Cliff Richard's single has entered the UK charts at No 13 and becomes the 80th
top 40 for song written or performed by a Gibb brother in the UK. Click here for the lyrics.
:: Rolling Stone magazine's top 500 songs
The Bee Gees have 2 songs in the top 500 greatest songs list in the new issue
of Rolling Stone magazine. Stayin' Alive is at No. 189 and How Deep Is Your Love is at No.
366. (Posted by James & Kelly Reed. Source: Rolling Stone)
:: Robin Gibb in Birmingham
Yesterday Robin Gibb was in Birmingham (UK) to take part in Jasper Carrott's Christmas
Cracker, a surprise-guest charity show, held at the NEC Arena. He performed To Love
Somebody, Night Fever, You Win Again, How Deep Is Your Love, Jive Talkin', Tragedy and
Stayin' Alive. All profits for the show go to charity. (Posted by Marj L. Source IcBirmingham)
:: Happy birthday Robin and Maurice!
On this day in 1949, two superb artists were born. Sadly one of them is no
longer with us, but we'll never forget him. (Posted by Susan Caputto)
:: New album for Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand has recently admitted she's planning a new album with Barry
Gibb. (Posted by Sebastian Wanke. Sources: The Scotsman & Gala)
:: Want to play Barry Gibb role?
Theatre Ancaster (Ancaster, Canada) is having an audition on January 11 for a
musical called Night Fever - The Music of the Bee Gees and Friends. One male
singer must have the range of Barry Gibb. If interested, visit Theatre Ancaster (Source: Ancaster
:: Bee Gees tribute show in South Africa
Fans in Pretoria have a chance to attend a show called Immortality: The Bee
Gees that will be on until February 5 at the Liberty Theatre on The Square, in
Sandton (Posted by Marj L. Source: Pretoria
:: Saturday Night Fever in Melbourne
The stage musical will open on January 5 at the State Theatre (Victorian Arts
Centre). There will be previews from December 30 to January 4. (Source: That's Melbourne)
:: Robin and Dwina's Christmas message
You can read Robin and Dwina's Christmas message at Robin Gibb's Forum.
December 30, 2004
:: Two top 10's for Number Ones
This week Numbers Ones is Top Ten both in Brazil (#2) and New Zealand
(#10). [Posted by Juan Cristobal Guzman]