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Coming next: 
  Barry Gibb   Love & Hope Ball to raise funds for the Diabetes Research Institute. The concert will take place on Saturday February 18, 2006 at the Westlin Diplomat Resort and Spa in Miami. For more information, please contact:

Diabetes Research Institute Foundation
3440 Hollywood Boulevard, Suite 100
Hollywood, FL 33021

Phone -- 954-964-4040
Toll -- 800-321-3437
Fax -- 954-964-7036
E-mail -- [email protected]


  Robin Gibb   Magnetic Tour 2006

Though it's not been confirmed yet, Robin Gibb might play in Beijing and Shangai (China) in April 2006, and in the UK in July 2006.

1 Jul 2006 Cardiff
2 Jul 2006 Oxford
6 Jul 2006 Liverpool
7 Jul 2006 Bakewell
8 Jul 2006 Hertfordshire
9 Jul 2006 Kent
14 Jul 2006 Norwich
15 Jul 2006 Bath
16 July 2006 Edinburgh

More info available at



  Robin Gibb   Maurice Gibb Tribute Concert

June 2006 - New York


Robin Gibb - Magnetic Tour 2005:

March 28

Kremlin Concert Hall

- Photos

Play list

I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You
How Deep Is Your Love
Nights on Broadway
Love Hurts
Night Fever
You Win Again
Saved by the Bell
To Love Somebody
New York Mining Disaster 1941
My Lover’s Prayer
I Started a Joke (two lines a capella)
Jive Talkin’
Stayin’ Alive

June 9, 10 & 11

Hong Kong Convention Centre

Link to photos

- Link to fans' reports
- Dwina Gibb's impressions of the show

Article in English 1
Article in English 2

Article in Chinese 1
Article in Chinese 2
Article in Chinese 3
Article in Chinese 4

Play list

1. Intro-Emotion
2. Gotta Get a Message to You
3. How Deep Is Your Love
4. Nights on Broadway
5. I Started a Joke
6. Massachusetts
7. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?
8. Night Fever
9. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (original version)
10. Please (featuring Errol Reid)
11. Saved by the Bell
12. To Love Somebody
13. First of May
14. Words
15. You Win Again
16. Juliet
17. Tragedy


18. Jive Talkin'
19. Stayin' Alive
20. You Should Be Dancing

21. Stayin' Alive

22. Night Fever

August 20-21
Genting resort
Article 1.
Article 2 - Article 3


August 23
Singapore indoor stadium    


August 25


August 27
University Sports Centre


August 31
Coex Convention Centre


September 3
Tokyo Kokusai Forum

Play list (Kuala Lumpur)

Gotta Get The Message to You
How Deep Is Your Love
Nights on Broadway
I Started A Joke
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
Night Fever 
Wish You Were Here

Saved By The Bell
To Love Somebody
First of May
You win again
You Should Be Dancing

Jive Talkin
Stayin Alive

Stayin Alive 

In Japan he didn't perform Wish You Were Here or Please, but sang  Holiday, More than a woman and New York mining disaster instead

Sao Paulo
November 24
Credicard Hall
Photos & Review


Buenos Aires
November 26. 
Luna Park Arena.


Mexico DF
November 29 
Auditorio Nacional.
Reviews:, La Segunda, Terra (in Spanish)

December 1  
Arena Monterrey
Review (In Spanish)


Play list

First Of May
I Started A Joke
Night Fever
How Deep Is Your Love
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
New York Mining Disaster
Saved By The Bell
Night Fever
You Should Be Dancing
I've Gotta Get A Message To You
More Than A Woman
Jive Talkin’
Nigths On Broadway
You Win Again
Stayin' Alive


Robin Gibb's Magnetic Tour 2004:

Robin Gibb tours Germany with the Frankfurt Philharmonic Orchestra. Photos.

Sep 17: Stuttgart (venue: Liederhalle)
Sep 18:  Bonn (Museumshof) Taped for CD and DVD
Sep 20: Frankfurt (Jahrhunderthalle)
Sep 21: Berlin (Tempodrom)
Sep 22: Dresden (Kulturpalast)
Sep 24: Bremen (Halle)
Sep 25: München (Philharmony)
Sep 26: Bamberg (Forum)

The song list:
I've Gotta Get A Message To You
How Deep Is Your Love
Nights on Broadway
Love Hurts
My Lover´s Prayer (with Alistair Griffin)
Night Fever
New York Mining Disaster
Saved By The Bell
To Love Somebody
You Win Again
Jive Talkin
Stayin Alive 

Robin in Bonn by Dennis Brosda


A Capitol Fourth:

On July 4, 2004 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: "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."


Hollywood Bowl:

On June 25, 2004 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 audience.


Love and Hope Ball:

On February 28, 2004 Barry Gibb performed live at the 30th Anniversary of Love and Hope benefiting the Diabetes Research Institute. With him were mum Barbara, wife Linda, their five children and partners, and their two grandchildren. He didn't perform any Bee Gees songs but classics:

- That old black magic
- As time goes by
- You make me feel so young
- Three coins in the fountain
- The way you look tonight
- Secret love
- Days of wine and roses
- Send in the clowns
- Summer wind
- Strangers in the night
- In the wee small hours
- My kind of town
- Swinging on a star

He dedicated Maurice the song "Send in the clowns" whose lyrics - he said- reflect how he feels about his brother.


Let It Rain Gala:

On January 23, 2004 Barry Gibb was the guest artist at the Let It Rain Gala hosted by Lea and Roy Black to benefit the Bay Point School (Key Biscayne, Miami). Bay Point School is a boarding school program for students with behaviour problems. -- The play list:

1. Memphis, Tennesse
2. Be Bop A Lula
3. Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
4. Words
5. I Can't Stop Loving You
6. To love somebody
7. Islands In The Stream
8. You'll Never Walk Alone
9. Stayin' Alive / You Should Be Dancing

According to Jon Warech (Sun Post), "The highlight of the night was a performance by Bee Gee, Barry Gibb. [...] He belted out songs like "Memphis, Tennessee," "Be-Bop-A-Lula," and "To Love Somebody" and then tore into a medley beginning with "Stayin Alive." It was probably the most incredible live experience of my life -topping both the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney South Florida concerts. It wasn't just the fact that he was singing to a small VIP crowd of 225 people or that I stood at an arm's length from a musical talent that shaped a generation. What made  the night special was the power of Gibb's voice, which lifted the crowd and forced even the most plastic people in the room to scape high society momentarily and get lost in rock and roll." (Full article)

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