Sunday, May 25, 2014
Barry Gibb Carries On
"Lonely Days" was a huge hit for the three Brothers Gibb, the Bee Gees, in 1970. Today that title could well describe the situation of Barry Gibb, the only one of the brothers still alive. He looks back with CBS' Anthony Mason. Transcript is HERE
Barry Gibb's "Mythology" tour was never supposed to happen.
The lone surviving member of the Bee Gees was considering retirement after the death of his brother Robin in 2012, which followed the deaths of their brother Maurice in 2003 and Andy in 1988.
However, the 67-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer -- responsible for many of the 20th century's biggest hits, including the soundtrack to "Saturday Night Fever" that set dance floors around the world and the Billboard charts ablaze -- felt that he should pay tribute to his brothers. MORE HERE