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The Bee Gees are one of the all-time best selling music artists in the world and the multiple award holders. Success shun upon the band comprised of three brothers, in UK, after they had signed with Robert Stigwood, the producer.
The band is not active anymore, however, it is still known for singing in its unique way, and their songs are loved by millions of their fans, situated in different parts of the world.
Born on the Isle of Man, in Manchester, England- UK, The Bee Gees were basically a trio of brothers consisting of Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb. They belonged to an English family, and spent their early childhood days living in Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, in England - UK.
Soon, the Gibb family shifted to Australia, in the region known as Brisbane, where the three brothers had started their musical-careers from. The name Bee Gees is most commonly believed to be kept for Brothers Gibb, however, it is also kept in reference to the name initials of the radio DJ Bill Gates and the racetrack promoter Bill Goode.
Bill Gates was the one to re-name the band as Bee Gees. Before this, the trio had been known widely with former names such as the Rattlesnakes, and Wee Johnny Hayes & the Bluecats.
After the return of the Bee Gees to the United Kingdom, they signed with the producer Robert Stigwood in 1967, and became even more successful, as Stigwood launched a strong and a huge promotional campaign to match with their foremost album.
The group won multiple awards during the successful forty-years of their career. However, the two most prominent eras of The Bee Gees, which received them an exceptional amount of success, included the late 60s and early 70s soft rock music, along with the late 70s disco music.
The Bee Gees had a particular singing style. Despite the fact whether the genre is rock, pop or disco, their songs could be easily recognized due to their specific style of singing. Together, the brothers produced completely blending voices. However, Barry was the lead singer, singing in an extremely high-pitched voice, known as R&B falsetto, in most of their hits.
The clear vibrato lead was provided by Robin, whereas, Maurice was responsible for singing low and high chimes. Most of the Bee Gees hit songs were written by the band members themselves.
The Bee Gees have collaborated with various artists for whom they have also written the songs. The band has given performances in different countries of the world. Other than this, the band has managed to record their sales as more than two-hundred and twenty-million alone for their individual albums.
Holders of a multitude of awards, the Bee Gees has also been inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. However, in 2003, Maurice passed away, and the name of the band retired.
From there onwards, Barry and Robin had performed and toured the world sometimes together or even as solo artist. However, the Bee Gees craze still has not died yet, as there are still millions of fans of this superb band, who still listen to their records and songs.