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Stayin' Alive

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - NSW

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For the Brothers Gibb it all began back in 1958 when the family emigrated to Australia. The Bee Gees then in 1966 achieved stardom with their first number one hit... Spicks & Specks.
The Bee Gees' career is phenomenal. Apart from the Beatles, no other group has come close to producing such a consistent quantity of music. It is a consistency that has lasted over 30 years, during which time the Gibb Brothers have given the world music as varied as "New York Mining Disaster" and "Massachusetts", "How Deep is Your Love" and "Night Fever", "Jive Talking", "Lonely Days", "Tragedy", "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart", and scores of other hits.

The Magic Continues...

Stayin' Alive The Australian Bee Gees Story are a completely live five piece band, renowned worldwide for their definitive performances of all the classic Bee Gees songs from the sixties all the way to the new millennium! The show is the most authentic and up to date tribute to the Bee Gees, combining the look, personality and humour that defines one of the most successful and adored acts in musical history. Stayin' Alive will dazzle you with their astounding full multi-media presentation, featuring giant screens showing live vision of the band, amazing graphics and original footage of the Bee Gees themselves. From their first shows in 1997, Stayin' Alive have played to capacity houses throughout Australia, Asia, New Zealand, North & South America as well as Germany, gathering the accolades they deserve as the world's leading Bee Gees tribute show.

Stayin' Alive The Australian Bee Gees Story alights the senses of every audience, evoking the real essence and beautiful sounds of the fabulous Brothers Gibb.
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