Date: November 4, 2016
The Bee Gees came on to the music scene in the 60’s with harmonic hit songs (To Love Somebody, Words) that carried a touch of the Beatles. Then, in the late 70’s, they established a style that was uniquely theirs with the sound track from Saturday Night Fever, making disco the craze.
The music of the three brothers sold in excess of 205 million records and singles worldwide. They conquered the world with a unique style.
As the wave of tribute artists grew, it was obvious that the Bee Gees deserved to be recognized for all they did. The Gibb brothers came from Australia and were welcomed on the international music scene for years and then with the onset of disco music they became the gold standard of a music style. With close harmonies and a dynamic vibrato, the Bee Gees dominated radio and the live stage around the world.
Tribute to the Bee Gees present such hit songs as Holiday, Words, To Love Somebody, I Started A Joke, Lonely Days, You Should Be Dancing, Tragedy, and of course Jive Talkin’, Night Fever, You Should Be Dancing, Stayin’ Alive and many more hits in this stage performance.