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Hal Leonard


Wrote Grammy winning "Stayin' Alive"


It sounds like a simple formula---beautifully composed songs - indelible melodies - incredible hooks - heartbreaking vocals - magical harmonies - trend-setting production. From the very beginning, singing together has really been as natural as breathing and almost as essential to this unstoppable trio of brothers (with Robin and Barry) who began in harmony when they were little boys performing in Manchester England at local cinemas.

The soon-to-be Bee Gees emigrated to Australia with their family in 1958 and moved their act into local clubs. In 1963, they got their first record deal and were amongst the first of the ’60’s pop bands down under to write their own songs. Three years later, with their first #1 hit (“Spicks and Specks”) behind them, the Bee Gees returned to England with the intention of becoming internationally successful recording artists.

Four decades later, they have sold more than 110,000,000 albums including the most successful motion picture soundtrack of all time, earned 16 Grammy nominations and 9 Grammy awards, and had their songs recorded by hundreds of other artists including Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Barbra Streisand, N Sync, Wyclef Jean, Destiny’s Child, Celine Dion, Al Green, Diana Ross, Luther Vandross, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Dionne Warwick, Johnny Mathis, Sarah Vaughn, Pras Michel, Oscar Dela Hoya, and so many more.

As songwriters and producers, they stand alone in having five singles in Billboard’s Top 10 at the same time. As artists, in having six consecutive #1 singles. Their songs have achieved #1 status in each of the last four decades and, with…

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