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Stayin Alive

Stayin Alive

Who: The Bee Gees Story
Where: Hexham Bowling Club
When: Thursday March 20, 2003

THE untimely death of The Bee Gees' Maurice Gibb in January was a sad moment for fans.

But his memory lives on STAYIN' ALIVE - The Bee Gees Story, an Australian tribute show which has been thrilling fans all over the country.

Fresh from playing to packed out houses across Sydney, The Bee Gees Story will appear at Hexham Bowling Club this week.

As well as possessing the same unmistakable harmonies of the Gibb brothers, the trio bear an uncanny likeness to the band.

The show has been taken all over the globe, performing across Australia, New Zealand, the UK and South East Asia.

The Bee Gees are regarded as legends of the music world, selling more than 100 million albums world wide.

The Bee Gees made their debut in the early 60s and have remained on top, releasing albums until the death of Gibb earlier this year.

The band's hits included Spicks and Specks, New York Mining Disaster, You Should Be Dancing, How Deep is Your Love, Jive Talking, Lonely Days and Tragedy.The band also recorded the soundtrack to the film

Saturday Night Fever, an album which went on to become their greatest masterpiece.eaturing Stayin' Alive and Night Fever, the album broke records by staying at the top of the charts for 24 consecutive weeks and selling over 30 million copies.

The band made its comeback in 1997 with the release of the album Still Waters, boasting the hit single Alone.Stayin' Alive - The Bee Gees Story will appear at Doyalson RSL Club onight and Hexham Bowling Club tomorrow night.

Tickets will be available on the door.

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