Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Song: Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive (Capital Cities Cover) [download here] What's so good? Capital Cities covering a Bee Gees classic? I think we all know what to expect here… True to form, this version of the massive retro hit single “Stayin’ Alive” is rich with synth work and harmony. Show More Summary
Two retro covers in one day? Don’t mind if we do. The second comes courtesy of rising synth-pop stars Capital Cities and their take on the Bee Gees’ disco classic, “Stayin’ Alive.” The L.A. duo’s electronic version is cool and smooth, the exact kind of thing you’d play with the windows on a night-time ride [...]
Someone animated some 1970s Fords to sing the Bee Gees' "Love So Right." I will never sleep again. Read more...
It’s the first of May, which means that it’s May Day, International Worker’s Day, and you may as well watch the Bee Gees perform this. It also means that lots of art spaces and museums are getting ready to open their first round of summer shows. In solidarity, I present to you my (rather long) [...]
An Australian tribute show to the Bee Gees has been booked for July at the Broadway Playhouse, the mid-sized Broadway in Chicago venue located just off Michigan Avenue behind Water Tower Place.
Sun 21 Apr Every Sunday, hot Sydney DJs including Brandon Terry, Jimmy Dee and Alan T spin the likes of ABBA, Pet Shop Boys, The Bee Gees and Belinda Carlisle at...
Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive It's funny how songs resonate differently at different points in our lives. When I fell in love with my husband, I zeroed in on all the swoony, romantic declarations in music. When we had kids, love songs took on a different meaning, because the primal love one feels for a child is not romantic but powerful in its own way. Show More Summary
The Living Eyes are a super rad band from Geelong, who, if you can’t tell from the Bee Gees reference, are unduly committed to their throwbacks (never a bad thing). Their tracks wink at nostalgia.... The post LISTEN: The Living Eyes appeared first on Who The Hell.
Full Moon Silhouettes from Mark Gee on Vimeo. In honor of tomorrow's full moon, here's an amazing video of the full moon from January 28, 2013 recorded in Wellington, New Zealand. Photographer Mark Gee tried for over a year to capture this stunning perspective of the moon rising …
Bee Gees fans in Australia might like to know, if they don't already, that the surviving member of the group, Barry Gibb, has unveiled this life-sized statue of the boys as they were aged 9 to 12 in Redcliffe, Queensland, the town where they were discovered and where they signed their first recording contract in 1959. Show More Summary
Who can forget the enduring image of ex footballer-turned-Hollywood-hardman Vinnie Jones giving 'hands-only' CPR to a lifeless body to the tune of the Bee Gees' Stayin' Alive? Today, Grey London launches the next phase of its British...Show More Summary
You should be dancing, so say the Bee Gees.
Ian Gavan, Getty Images The Bee Gees' Robin Gibb apparently amassed a huge fortune during his celebrated career with the band and as a solo artist. The legendary singer passed away at the age of 62 after losing his battle with cancer back in May. Show More Summary
War veterans behind the Bomber Command Memorial say they face financial ruin after a funding shortfall leaves them liable for more than £500,000. Late Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb fronted a five-year campaign to secure funding for the memorial from both public and private donations. Show More Summary
By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter Late Bee Gees legend Robin Gibb had a shocking past that was buried deep in FBI files until his death earlier this year, and RadarOnline.com has learned that drug-induced delusions sparked the singer's...Show More Summary
“New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones)” Written by Barry and Robin Gibb (1967) Performed by Bee Gees Getty Images The Music When the Bee Gees debut US single was released in April 1967, a lot of people thought it was The Beatles masquerading as another band. Even the name [...]
Looks like the cops directing traffic at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte are having a bit of fun as they work. I can't help but think of the Bee Gees song, 'Stayin Alive.' Another picture editor here thinks one photo looks like a Lady Gaga dance step. What s …
Ian Gavan, Getty According to newly released documents, the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigated the late Robin Gibb after an alleged death threat was made against the law firm representing Molly Hullis, Gibb's wife for 12 years...Show More Summary
Ingus Naruns, a Latvian refugee, shuttled between Arthur Fiedler’s Boston Pops and London of the Swinging Sixties. He can be heard on the iconic Beatles track, and on the Bee Gees’ Saturday Night Fever. He also made a recording of the first Saint-Saens concerto with the London Philharmonic. Naruns, who died in Long Island, was [...]