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Barry Gibb signed new record deal title new album In the Now RELEASE NOV 2016

Barry Gibb has signed a new record deal, just days after stealing the show at Glastonbury as he joined Coldplay on stage.
The legendary Bee Gee has sealed the deal with Columbia Records (RCA in the UK) and will release his first album with them, In The Now, this autumn.
The record sees Gibb – the only surviving member of the Bee Gees – keeping it in the family as he has written all the songs with his sons Stephen and Ashley.
It’ll be only the second solo effort of his career – and his first album of all-new material since the Bee Gees’ final studio album was released in 2001.
‘This is a dream come true for me. It’s a new chapter in my life,’ Gibb said.

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The Bee Gees legend joined Coldplay onstage at Glastonbury as they brought the festival to a close (Picture: BBC)
‘I always hoped one day that The Bee Gees would be with Columbia or indeed Sony so, it’s a great joy for me to start again this way with such great people.’
Gibb wowed the crowds at Glastonbury
over the weekend after joining Coldplay onstage to perform To Love Somebody and Stayin’ Alive – described by Chris Martin as ‘the greatest song ofall time’.
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Comments

Valerie White said…
Thank you for sharing this info on Barry Gibb as I'm a very very big fan of the Bee Gees and Andy Gibb as well ! Without your page I wouldnt have known this !It's very exciting and wonderful news that the ever so talented Barry will once again try it on his own and I'm sure will master it as he has done all of his efforts with his brothers and many other's as well!! Good luck Barry and May God Bless you and your family too , and I know your brothers all are looking down on you with great love and admiration, with best regards , Valerie White
bazzie said…
thank you ,enjoy my blog . I am Barry Gibb/Bee Gees/Andy Gibb for 40 years now and try to share as much as i have and can find on the internet for all fans

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