Heute ist nur noch ein Bee Gee übrig: Barry Gibb. Auf seine älteren Tage hat er sich einen Lebenstraum erfüllt und mit „Greenfields“ ein. Mit 74 Jahren ist Barry Gibb heute der letzte lebende Bee Gee. Er sprach mit der "London Times" über seine Trauer und wie ihn seine Frau. Laut „Guiness-Buch der Rekorde“ ist Barry Gibb der zweiterfolgreichste Songwriter hinter Paul McCartney, mit den Bee Gees hat er Millionen.
Gewinnen: Barry Gibb – „Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers‘ Songbook, Vol. 1“Barry Gibb wagt den Schritt in die Vergangenheit und zurück in die Heimat. Sein neues Album lässt die größten Bee-Gees-Hits wieder. Barry Gibb hat Ruhm, Abstürze und ein Comeback erlebt. Heute feiert der letzte Bee Gee seinen Geburtstag. Besonders an solchen Tagen. Heute ist nur noch ein Bee Gee übrig: Barry Gibb. Auf seine älteren Tage hat er sich einen Lebenstraum erfüllt und mit „Greenfields“ ein.
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In April and May , Barbra Streisand recorded songs for her new album produced by Gibb. The fair play for musicians advertisement proposed that the copyright be extended to the American standard of 95 years and was a direct response to the Gowers Review published by the British Government on 6 December , which recommended the retention of the year protection for sound recordings.
In , " Drown On the River " was released as a single on iTunes. The song later appeared on the soundtrack of Deal.
Also in the same year, Gibb sang background vocals on Jamie Jo 's song "U Turn Me On"  and wrote the theme music for ITV 's Grease Is the Word.
Also in Gibb appeared as a mentor in season six of American Idol. On 14 March , Gibb teamed with Olivia Newton-John to present the one-hour finale performance at a star-studded hour live concert at Sydney's Sydney Cricket Ground , part of Sound Relief , a fundraiser to aid victims of the February Victorian Bushfires that devastated large tracts of heavily wooded and populated south-eastern Australia, where the Gibb family once lived.
The concert was televised live nationally across Australia on the Max TV cable network. On 10 July , Gibb was made a Freeman of the Borough of Douglas Isle of Man.
The award was also bestowed upon his brother Robin and posthumously upon his brother Maurice. In , Gibb withdrew from a planned appearance on the Gorillaz album Plastic Beach which was released in March.
Barry's son Steve was also on stage as lead guitarist and sang a Maurice composition, " On Time ".
On 20 May , Robin Gibb died, making Barry the sole surviving Gibb brother. Gibb made his debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry on 27 July , performing three songs with Ricky Skaggs.
He commenced a world tour in in Australia called Mythology Tour , featuring the Bee Gees anthology set album of the same name.
Also, for the first time, the music video of the Bee Gees' song "Technicolor Dreams", written by Gibb, was shown before the show began. This short tour inspired Festival Records to release a box set of the Bee Gees' three Australian albums, The Festival Albums Collection, — , and a 'best of' compilation of the group's Australian era songs titled Morning of My Life.
On 27 October , Gibb appeared at the Country Music Hall of Fame with Kenny Rogers and Bobby Bare ; Gibb performed "Islands in the Stream" with Kelly Lang.
In October, Gibb performed at the Grand Ole Opry for the second time with Ricky Skaggs. Also appearing that night was Sir Paul McCartney who shared the stage with Gibb during the closing credits where they embraced each other.
On 27 January , Gibb appeared on the American television show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to announce the start of his first solo tour of the US.
He performed "You Should Be Dancing" with help from Fallon's backing band, the Roots. Gibb also sang " To Love Somebody " as a bonus online performance.
On 8 February at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards , Gibb, along with the group Pentatonix , presented the category of Best Pop Vocal Album.
On 26 June , Gibb was scheduled to perform the "legend" spot at the Glastonbury Festival in England, but pulled out due to a family illness.
He did, however, appear with Coldplay as a guest performer singing " To Love Somebody " and " Stayin' Alive ". On 28 June , it was announced that Gibb had signed to Columbia Records and would release his second solo album, In the Now , on 7 October In the Now was co-written by his sons Stephen and Ashley and was produced with John Merchant.
On 25 June , Gibb performed the "legend" spot at the Glastonbury Festival in England. On 6 November , Gibb announced his latest album entitled Greenfields which is a duets album featuring country artists Dolly Parton , Little Big Town , Alison Krauss and others.
The album contains 11 Bee Gees tracks and one unreleased Barry Gibb track, re-imagined as country songs. The song "Words of a Fool" featuring Jason Isbell was released the same day as a preview.
The song was originally written by Gibb in for an unreleased album. Gibb's first marriage was to Maureen Bates, whom he married on 22 August when he was 19 years old.
The couple lived together for only a short time and were divorced in July On 1 September his 24th birthday , Gibb married Gray. Together, they have five children — Stephen born , Ashley born , Travis born , Michael born and Alexandra born  — and seven grandchildren.
Gibb also became friends with Michael Jackson , as he mentions him in his 11 July interview with The Mirror : "He would come to Miami and stay in our house.
He'd sit in the kitchen and watch the fans outside his hotel on TV, just giggling — 'Hee hee! We never discussed the case. We would just sit around and write and get drunk.
Michael liked wine — there were a few nights when he just went to sleep on the floor", adding that he misses Jackson.
In January , Gibb purchased the former home of country singers Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash the House of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee , intending to restore it and turn it into a songwriting retreat.
On 25 June , The New York Times Magazine listed Barry Gibb among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the Universal fire.
Gibb's influences when he was in the Rattlesnakes were Tommy Steele ,  the Mills Brothers ,   the Everly Brothers , Paul Anka and Cliff Richard.
When Gibb heard Roy Orbison 's song " Crying ", he said: "That was it. To me that was the voice of God. Gibb also praises the vocal skills of Frankie Valli as one of his influences: "Frankie Valli has become one of the hallmark voices of our generation.
He created a style that we all still strive to emulate. I love Nashville and I love this music. Gibb was ranked by Q magazine at number 38 on their list of " Greatest Singers" in Gibb had a highly successful career as a member of the Bee Gees, a group near the top of the all-time top-sellers list.
When the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in , their citation read "Only Elvis Presley , The Beatles , Michael Jackson , Garth Brooks and Paul McCartney have outsold the Bee Gees".
It reigned as the top-selling album until Michael Jackson's Thriller. They are the only group in pop history to write, produce and record six straight No.
They have 16 Grammy nominations and nine Grammy wins. The three Gibb brothers were appointed Commanders of the Order of the British Empire CBE in On 2 May , Barry and Robin received their awards at Buckingham Palace , along with their nephew Adam, who collected the award on behalf of his father Maurice, who had died in January Gibb is also a prolific and successful songwriter and a fellow of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors.
His songs were No. Gibb also holds a very unusual record, in that he is the only songwriter in history to write four successive US number one hits: in , the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" was replaced at number one by Andy Gibb's single, "Love Is Thicker Than Water", followed by the Bee Gees' "Night Fever" for their longest run, seven weeks.
This was then replaced by Yvonne Elliman 's "If I Can't Have You". He is the only male artist to have 10 songs on the biggest songs of the Hot Billboard in its history, having co-written, co-produced or performed them.
As a songwriter Gibb has had No. Australian musician David Campbell , praising Gibb, compared the Beach Boys and the Bee Gees: "And like Brian Wilson , Barry Gibb's melodies made the songs timeless.
Gibb's solo songs have been recorded by number of artists, including Lou Reizner , Samantha Sang , P. Arnold , Ronnie Burns , Jerry Vale and many others.
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I wanted to be close to him, like any daughter wants with her father. But outside forces conspired against us. Andy Gibb left with Olivia Newton John and Daryl Braithwaite in Source:Herald Sun.
There was no sleep in the house that night. My father had died, and everyone was freaking out. Andy Gibb had struggled with drug addiction throughout his career, finally seeking help in the mid-eighties at the Betty Ford Clinic.
However the damage was done. On March 10, , he died at a hospital in Oxford, England, at the age of Peta and her mum pictured at the swimming carnival the day after Andy Gibb died.
But they already knew, it was everywhere in the press already. The press were camped outside the carnival, and they were brutal in their chase as a very young Peta made her way through the airport.
Peta still struggles with people knowing that part of her life. I would catch up with them, but their kids were rarely on tour.
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