Setting out to harness their 'insane influences' into something that could be put on stage, Bee Gees’ ‘Odessa’ emerged as a genre-spanning masterpiece.
Kenneth Branagh is on board to direct the untitled film, while Barry Gibb will serve as executive producer.
Five of the Gibb brothers' singles have made their return to the Billboard charts after over three years
From rock to disco fever, the Bee Gees have helped shape the sound of pop music. But how much do you know about the legendary group?
A deep dive into the tales of the brothers Gibb as told in the new documentary about their lives and legacy.
Across 25 tracks, it sets the scene for the first film of its kind about the global hitmakers, which is released on December 3.
As the album and DVD of 'One Night Only' emerged, what had started as a one-off farewell concert turned into a major tour.
The film includes new interviews with Barry Gibb, Eric Clapton, Mark Ronson, Noel Gallagher, Chris Martin, Justin Timberlake, and others.
Synthesizers and programming were still the sound of the day, but now there were elements of rock on an album employing two lead guitarists.
Bee Gees’ ‘ESP’ album found Barry Gibb literally writing a hit in his sleep, proving the group could keep up with trends in the 80s.
Celebrating the unstoppable power of a song catalog that has brought the Bee Gees career sales of 220 million records.
The group's first international album landed in July 1967, during a highly significant year for Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb.
Their 1969 single caused Robin Gibb's temporary departure from the trio.
The LPs includes such hugely successful releases as 'Main Course' and 'Children Of The World.'
The Bee Gees have sold well in excess of 220 million albums worldwide and survived huge stylistic changes in music and fashion, as well as personal tragedies that would have scuppered any...