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the 36 year anniversary of the song "Don't Fall In Love With Me" release this Sunday, Oct.1st.’

Here is the link for the video/post. It is for the 36year anniversary of the song "Don't Fall In Love With Me" release this Sunday, Oct.1st.’
Enjoy …. Spencer Gibb perform Don't Fall In Love in his studio.
"Don't fall In Love With Me" came off of the BG album "Living Eyes" on October 1st 1981.

Almost eaten in Miami by an alligator, while me and that dipstick Rodders were shouting at a Bee Gee?

september 24  2017Only on Fools And Horses! DAVID JASON on his pride at the comedy's family appeal

The Christmas special is a simple way to measure the growing success of Only Fools And Horses: in 1982, during the second series, we were obliged to pretend that the Dorset coast was Malaga in order to save money. In 1991, by contrast, we were off to Miami to film in and around the Everglades.

I can safely say without fear of contradiction that this was the first time I had ever acted alongside an alligator. They say you should never work with children or animals, and they may be right. But you should certainly never work with animals that have sharp teeth and snapping jaws. The creature chosen for the part went by the unimaginative stage name of Al the Gator. Al was roughly the length of Ipswich and — in common with many of his kind — had a demeanour that said: ‘Don’t mess with me.’ His ROLE was to take a run at Nicholas Lyndhurst, as Rodney, and me, perched on a log, ready…

THE BEE GEES: The BrandLaureate Premiere Award

september 19 2017

In recognition of their success as a globally acclaimed band, The Asia Pacific Brands Foundation (APBF) recently awarded the last surviving member of the group, Barry Gibb, with The BrandLaureate Legendary Award; and on behalf of his band The Bee Gees with The BrandLaureate Premier Award.

Formed in 1958, the trio had their first hit in 1967, and became even more famous with their stirring ballads and catchy dance songs, especially the disco era in the mid-to-late 1970s, with hits like Stayin’ Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, and More Than a Woman from the Saturday Night Fever (1977) soundtrack.

Their earlier hits include: To Love Somebody (1967), I Started a Joke (1968), How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (1971), You Should Be Dancing (1976), Too Much Heaven (1979) and Tragedy (1979) amongst many others.

They wrote all their own hits as well as write and produce for other artists. The group sang recognizable three-part tight harmonies — Robin’s clear vibrato lead vocals were a…

Celebrate the Saturday Night Fever 40th Anniversary

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Fever , the official soundtrack will be re-released in a brand new deluxe edition on November 17th! Including the original soundtrack on 2LP & 2CD (plus 4 remixes), the original movie on BluRay, a 24 page book, 5 art prints, a movie poster and turntable mat, the Bee Gees' Saturday Night Fever returns bigger and better than ever. Pre-order yours now!

Happy 40th Anniversary to Andy Gibb’s debut album Flowing Rivers, originally released September 9, 1977

Andy Gibb's story is often told with an unfortunate lack of emphasis on his music, except when it fits into a backhanded narrative about 70s kitsch. The fact of the matter is that Andy was exceptionally talented, and his debut album Flowing Rivers brimmed with promise. The majority of the project showcased his original songs, many of which had been written prior to his arrival in the United States where he signed a recording contract in the summer of 1976 with RSO Records. Flowing Rivers was a culmination of about two years' worth of writing and recording, which Andy had begun while living and working in Australia—a training ground strongly suggested by his older brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice as the experience was a critical catalyst in the evolution of the Bee Gees.

At the helm of those early sessions was famed Australian singer, songwriter, and producer Col Joye, who had, intriguingly, also produced his brothers' debut single, "The Battle of the Blue and The…

Ronan Keating has reflected on the amazing time he spent working with Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb in the late 90s

Ronan Keating says getting to spend a week writing songs with Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb was an "amazing experience".

The former Boyzone singer was involved in the recording of the disco legends' compilation LP 'Love Songs' and co-wrote and produced the song 'Lovers and Friends' in 1999 with Barry and his late brother Maurice, who sadly died four years later at the age of 53.

Speaking during his first ever Breakfast Show for Magic Radio on Monday (04.09.17), Ronan recalled: "We spent five days away together writing and recording. It goes without saying how special The Bee Gees are and for me to work and spend time with Barry who's such a legendary writer is always such an amazing experience."

The Bee Gees - which also included the late Robin Gibb, who died of cancer in Mary 2012 - released the album consisting of all of their ballads in 2005 and it features some lesser known hits including 'Secret Love' and 'For Whom the Bell Tolls&…

Bee Gees interview Brit Awards Special

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the adoration Trilogy

The Adoration Trilogy
A collaboration between Roger Daltrey and Alistair Morrison in aid of children's cancer charities. The Adoration Trilogy - Searching for Apollo. 13th November 2017
 Barry Gibb will cooperate together with many more artists!
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Part One: Searching for Apollo Where the legendary men of music meet
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Watch video of Barry Gibb


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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Official Trailer (HD)

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