The Bee Gees: Tales of the Brothers Gibb

Updated to include the tragic death of Maurice Gibb in February 2003, this biography looks at the career of the Bee Gees, which spans four decades. Most famous for having created the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever , the ultimate disco movie, Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb have also written countless hits, both for themselves and others. The extensive research covers their early days in Manchester and the Isle of Man before the family emigrated to Australia and then returned to London to find fame in 1967 with Massachusetts , the first of their many hits. Over the years the Bee Gees' career has mixed triumph and tragedy in equal measure and, as well as celebrating their successes, this work covers their doldrum years, their marriages and divorces and the tragic death of their youngest brother, Andy Gibb.