Little did the Bee Gees know in 1971 when they wrote this great classic that one day this would indeed... The post How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? appeared first on Lifehack.
Throughout history musical brothers have dominated the charts. The Everly Brothers, Bee Gees and Hanson all found an audience and achieved success. Now, two brothers from Barcelona, Ethan and Nico, known as BSIDE, hope to join the ranks. At...Show More Summary
A hilarious, yet impressively accurate lip sync of The Bee Gees’ classic, as performed by comedian and Cirque du Soleil stage performer clown Jimmy Slonina. We now have The Barry Gibb Talk Show stuck in our heads. Also, Jimmy just he put a spell on us.
By Jill Lawless | Associated Press LONDON — Robert Stigwood, the impresario who managed the... The post Robert Stigwood, impresario managed the Bee Gees, produced ‘Grease,’ dies at 81 appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
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This many year's after the fact, it might be easy to dismiss Robert Stigwood's biggest successes - producing "Saturday Night Fever" and "Grease" and managing the Bee Gees as ephemeral. But if you look at the stats or were old enough to remember their cultural impact, his career and influence...
Robert Stigwood, who managed bands including the Bee Gees and Cream and produced the hit films "Grease" and "Saturday Night Fever", has died aged 81, friends and his godson said Tuesday. Spencer Gibb, son of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb, reported Stigwood's death on Facebook. Show More Summary
The Bee Gees manager Robert Stigwood was announced dead on Monday night. Spencer Gibb, Robin Gibb’s son and Stigwood’s godson let the world know through Facebook, reports People. “I would like to share the sad news with you all, that my godfather, and the longtime manager of my family, Robert Stigwood, has passed away. Show More Summary
He was dubbed the “Ziegfeld of the disco age” for his work on blockbuster films such as “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever.”
By Jill Lawless | Associated Press LONDON (AP) — Robert Stigwood, the impresario who managed... The post Robert Stigwood, impresario managed the Bee Gees, produced ‘Grease,’ dies at 81 appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
His death was announced Tuesday on Facebook by Spencer Gibb, son of Bee Gees member Robin Gibb.
Music mogul Robert Stigwood, whose initials formed the “RS” in the Bee Gees’ music label RSO Records and who managed the group at the height of its fame, has died. Reuters reports that the death of the Australian-born producer and.....
The music mogul produced both “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever”. Born in Adelaide, Australia, in 1934, Stigwood moved to Britain in his 20s and managed Eric Clapton and Cream before signing brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb, collectively known as the Bee Gees. He later moved into movies, producing films of the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim [...]
Impresario Robert Stigwood, who managed the Bee Gees and produced 1970s blockbusters "Grease" and "Saturday Night Fever," has died. He was 81. Stigwood's office said he died Monday. The cause of death wasn't immediately available. Born in Adelaide, Australia, in 1934, Stigwood moved to Britain...
Robert Stigwood, manager of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame groups like Cream and the Bee Gees and producer of films like Saturday Night Fever and Grease, passed away. Stigwood was 81. Spencer Gibb, the son of Bee Gees' Robin Gibb and Stigwood's godson, was the first to confirm Stigwood's death, Reuters...
Robert Stigwood, the famed music exec behind the Bee Gees, Cream and several huge movies and musicals... has died. Stigwood was agent and manger for the Bee Gees as well as rock legends Cream before he went on to form RSO (Robert Stigwood…
Stayin' Alive: Lando is doing it wrong. Because it was possible, this is a video from The Tonight Show featuring the first six Star Wars movies edited to sing the Bee Gee's 1977 hit 'Stayin' Alive'. It's weird to think for every video...Show More Summary
The Tonight Show shows its excitement over the release of the latest Star Wars sequel, The Force Awakens, by editing together footage of the previous six movies set to the tune of the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive.” [The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon] The post Star Wars Cast Sings “Stayin’ Alive” [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
In honor of the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the folks at The Tonight show with Jimmy Fallon put together a video of vintage Star Wars characters to create a cover of the Bee Gees’ Stayin’ Alive that you really need to see to believe. Warp on over to the other side of … Continue reading Star Wars Cast Covers Stayin’ Alive! (No, Really!) ?