Bee Gees Manager Robert Stigwood, Who Produced ‘Grease’ and ‘Saturday Night Fever,’ Dies at 81

Bee Gees manager Robert Stigwood has died at the age of 81. , who also produced the 1970s blockbusters Grease and “Saturday Night Fever,” has died. He was 81. Stigwood’s office said the producer of the 1970s Grease and Saturday…

Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees Remembers His Late Brothers Ahead of Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

Barry Gibb received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Saturday on behalf of the Bee Gees, which will air on the Grammy ceremony Sunday, but said it would be a bittersweet moment without his late brothers Robin and Maurice Gibb there…

Robin Gibb’s Final, Posthumous Album a Testament to Life With His Bee Gees Siblings

Robin Gibb’s final, posthumous album, 50 St. Catherine’s Drive, is a testament to the love he shared with his brothers, Barry and Maurice, and the music the famous British trio made during a long, illustrious career as the Bee Gees.…

Barry Gibb, Only Living Bee Gees Member, Embarks on Solo Tour

Barry Gibb is the only remaining member of the Bee Gees and he is now embarking on his first ever solo tour. He kicked off his tour this week in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center to an impressive crowd.…

Robin Gibb Pulls Out Of Coma, Doctor Praises Him On Facebook

Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, who has been in a coma in recent weeks after battling cancer and pneumonia, is now awake and able to speak. The 62-year old has been fighting advanced colorectal and liver cancer for the past…

Robin Gibb Endures Another Surgery

Bee Gees Singer, Robin Gibb, suffers from a congenital defect that causes his intestines to twist. This same condition killed his twin brother Maurice at the age of 53. Despite announcing that his health had improved since he got a…