Barry Gibb Family Pictures, Barry Gibb And The Bee Gees

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From left: Brothers Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb and Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees perform live on stage in Sydney, New South Wales,November 7, 1989.

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At 67, Barry Gibb is the only surviving memberof one of the 20th century”s greatest vocal groups. And now – two years after the death of his brother Robin, and 11 years after Maurice Gibb died – the last of the Bee Gees is undertaking his first-ever solo tour.

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Barry Gibb”s wife, Linda, played a big rolein coaxing the singer back on tour: “Well, I was fed up with him sitting on hisass!” she told correspondent Anthony Mason. “He was miserable. I think after Maurice died hekind of went into a bit of a depression and he just moped around.”

But Barry told Mason that it was important for him to go back on stage. “Yeah, yeah. It”s everything to me. It”s all I”ve ever known. I don”t know how to do anything else. I can”t get a job!”

Brothers

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The three oldest Gibb boys started singing together as kids in England. When the family emigrated to Australia in 1958, the brothers got a record deal and a TV show.

From left: Brothers Barry Gibb, age 12, and 9-year-old twins Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb, pictured in Brisbane, Queensland, after rocking the radio and record world with a private recording of a “rockabilly” song which they wrote themselves.

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Hootenanny

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An undated photo of the Bee Gees.

Barry Gibb

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A photo of Barry Gibb, age 18, in 1964.

Gibb told Mason, “I remember saying to one of myfirst girlfriends at 14 years old that if she dumped me she was making amistake “cause I was going to be famous. I actually said that, you know?”

“But more importantly you believedit.”

“I believed it, yeah,” said Barry.”And I don”t know why.”

The Bee Gees would eventually record 15 No. 1 hits, and sell more than 120 million records worldwide.

The Gibb Family

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An undated family photo. Rear: Maurice Gibb, Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb. Front: Hugh Gibb, Andy Gibb and Barbara Gibb.

The Bee Gees

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A photo of the Bee Gees -Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb and Maurice Gibb – taken in Australia in 1964.

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The Bee Gees

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The Bee Gees in 1964.

Although the brothers had found success in Australia at a very young age, they wanted a bigger stage.”We knew that to reach the rest of the world, we had to be either in the States or London,” Robin Gibb told CBS News in 2009. “We had to be where the action was.”So in 1967 they boarded a ship back to England.

The Bee Gees

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The Bee Gees in 1969.

The Bee Gees

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Joining Barry, Maurice and Robin as part of the Bee Gees in the late 1960s were drummer Colin Petersen (second from right) and guitarist Vince Melouney (far right). Petersen was later replaced on drums by Geoff Bridgford.

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The Bee Gees

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The Bee Gees in 1968.

Albums

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Just a handful of the 22 studio albums released by the Bee Gees between 1965 and 2001.

“Top of the Pops”

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The Bee Gees perform on the British TV series, “Top of the Pops,” in London, March 6, 1969, From left: Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb.

The Bee Gees

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A photo, c. 1970, of the Bee Gees.

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The Bee Gees

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A photo, c.1970, of the Bee Gees.

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