The Bee Gees asked the timeless question "How Deep Is Your Love" in 1977 and now McDonald's has an answer: 100 free meals for random customers per store over the next two weeks.
The Irish-Norwegian-Brazilian three-piece All We Are liken themselves to the “Bee Gees on diazepam,” and nowhere is that more true than on the two songs we heard from them last month: the boogie-ready “Keep Me Alive” and the sensual “I Wear You.” Their latest track, however, scales back the chirpy harmonies to hone in on [...]
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This ornament is going to make my friend Leah so goddamn happy. Better than a gif of a naked baby bear dancing to the Bee Gees.
The Recording Academy has named its Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winners for 2015. George Harrison, The Bee Gees, Buddy Guy, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter, Flaco Jiménez and Pierre Boulez will all be honored at next year's ceremony during Grammy week. Show More Summary
Zayn Malik’s hair is no stranger to changes. This Week at a book signing the One Direction star debut a look snatched from the seventies. The style was made famous by stars of the past such as the Bee Gees. Fans, however, appear a bit disappointed by the new look. Show More Summary
Sometimes I just need to sing and dance along with the iconic 1970s band The Bee Gees. Always loved 'em.
Munchkin the Shih Tzu is the world's best dog in a bear costume. This video is amazing in its own right, but we made it better. A little Bee Gees perhaps? Sometimes you just need to...
I knew of the Bee Gees' 1968 Idea TV special from having seen a few of the clips on teh internet and dodgy VHS, but I'd always thought it was a BBC production so, mostly likely, it'd been wiped and lost forever. Well, turns out, it wasn't a BBC show, but rather a TV special produced for German television! All nods to Mr. Show More Summary
Fri 27 Feb 2015 The Beatles, the Bee Gees, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the Platters, Jackson 5, the Beach Boys, The Drifters, Take That, Backstreet Boys... the...
The Primus lead singer on the band's new biography, Bee Gees covers and his Willy Wonka tribute
The Bee Gees Schumacher 1979 Hubba hubba! May I present to you the hotties of 1979, The Bee Gees. What a great choice for the public middle school library that submitted this book! Well, 35 years ago, anyway. It could have been weeded in the mid-80s. By then the Gibb brothers were doing more solo […]
The Funny Lady and the "All of Me" crooner joined forces to do a cover of "What Kind of Fool", a song that Streisand originally recorded with Bee Gees singer and songwriter Barry Gibb in 1980. Producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds...
By day: bears. By night: bird & bees. Gee, you’re right, Glacier National Park does sound like a pretty educational experience. (You’re welcome!) related: Cross-country elevator action
Disco may be dead but the mollusk known as the disco clam lives on, entertaining underwater creatures and divers alike with the flashing lights shows it puts on using its mirrored lips. While there are other bioluminescent fish and insects that can make lights, a new study...
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Barry Gibb, one of the Bee Gees, is currently on his ‘Mythology’ solo tour and on Wednesday night he performed to a packed house at the Hollywood Bowl. Having sold more than 120 million records over an impressive 50 years the Bee Gees are an iconic band who captured the hearts of many and have
Born in Australia (where the Bee Gees and the Go-Betweens began), influenced by neighboring New Zealand (where the Flying Nun label sprang to life), extended visitors to New York (where The Velvet Underground forever altered music history) and England (where Syd Barrett lived with his Mum); The Moles surely have an interesting tale to tell. Show More Summary
At 33 seconds things really go sideways! I am not sure if this is terrible or tremendous. YouTube Link (Thanks,Red!)
Anthony Vincent Valbiro of Ten Second Songs follows up his Katy Perry cover with another line of musical impressions. This time he covers Talk Dirty in the style of the Bee Gees, Slick Rick, System of a Down and more.