SHOWSTOPPER: ‘Immortality’ Celine Dion’s Touching Bee Gees Tribute.

One of the most legendary of performances from Celine Dion at Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees. Celine performs ‘Immortality’ a track they did together almost 20 years ago, a touching tribute for Barry Gibb, the late Robin, Maurice and Andy Gibb and Celine’s brother Daniel and husband Rene.


Mourners Farewell Robin Gibb

The music world paid tribute to late Bee Gees legend Robin Gibb who was buried near his Oxfordshire home overnight. 90 year old mother Barbara joined son and lone surviving Bee Gee Barry Gibb for the moving funeral service held in the small hometown of Thame in southern England.
Many fans lined the streets of the town as they paid their respects. The coffin, carried inside a white sliding glass box was backed on a horse and carriage through Thame. Bee Gees track How Deep Is Your Love featured during the moving memorial service inside the small English church….may he rest in peace.

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Barry Gibb’s Tribute To Brother Robin

Barry Gibb has been grieving in private since the death of beloved brother and fellow Bee Gee Robin Gibb, on the back of this, Barry has released the following video, a compilation of scenes taken from the lives of all the Gibb brothers – set to the soundtrack Heart Like Mine. RIP Robin.

SPECIAL TRIBUTE: Donna Summer & Bee Gees Robin Gibb

The music world is in mourning with news of two very sad passings, Donna Summer the Disco Queen from the 70’s passed away after a long battle with cancer, followed by the death of iconic Bee Gee Robin Gibb.

Between them both, they amassed millions of record sales and an amazing list of hits. Join with me as I visit some of the best tracks Donna Summer and Bee Gees Robin Gibb sang to the world… may they Rest In Peace.

Bee Gees Legend, Robin Gibb’s Battle

Our thoughts are with Bee Gee legend Robin Gibb who is battling liver cancer. The 61 year old was taken to hospital after an emergency phone call from his home in Oxfordshire, then was later released to home after a few hours. 
The Bee Gees went into semi-retirement after 45 years on stage following the death of brother Maurice Gibb. In 2009, Barry and Robin Gibb announced that they would begin performing again. Our thoughts and prayers with the Gibb family and all worldwide Bee Gee fans.