Music’s biggest night just got bigger. More »
Music’s biggest night just got bigger. More »
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Justin Timberlake wasn’t the only high-profile guest to join host Jimmy Fallon last night (December 21) on Saturday Night Live. In between spot-on impressions of musical icons, Paul McCartney, Madonna and Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb showed up unannounced.
Well, sort of.
During his monologue, Fallon stood before four mics as he… More »
“Winner”, the lead single from Pet Shop Boys’ upcoming album Elysium (out September 11), is officially released this week as a digital EP that contains three B-sides: “A Certain Je Ne Sais Quoi”, “The Way Through The Woods” and “I Started A Joke”. Vocalist Neil Tennant told PopJustice that “A Certain Je Ne Sais Quoi” More »
Billboard’s new Top 200 album chart shows the first full effects of sales of Bee Gees LPs following the death of member Robin Gibb on May 20. (Gibb passed away on a Sunday, which is the day Billboard uses as the cut-off for weekly chart data.) The publication noted yesterday that the Bee Gees sold… More »
Funeral plans for Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, who passed away on May 20 at age 62, have been revealed. The singer will be laid to rest in June during a private service near his home in Thame, Oxfordshire, in England. Following that, Gibb will be honored with a public memorial at St Paul’s Cathedral… More »
Tributes have been pouring onto the Internet all week for late Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, who passed away on Sunday at age 62 following a battle with cancer. But perhaps the one person fans of the legendary band have been waiting to hear from is surviving member Barry Gibb. While the singer has yet… More »
After the passing of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb on Sunday at the age of 62, there’s been an outpouring of online tributes from the singer’s pop peers. The latest comes from Beyonce, who, as a member of Destiny’s Child, covered Australian artist Samantha Sang’s 1977 hit “Emotion”. The song was written by Robin and… More »
With the unfortunate passing of Bee Gees’ member Robin Gibb, we’re inspired to take a look back at the group’s classic tunes and historic achievements from their celebrated career. Though Barry Gibb typically took on the role as frontman, all three members of the group performed in immediately recognizable three-part harmonies, and were responsible for writing every one of… More »
Robin Gibb, lead singer and co-founder of the Bee Gees, died today (May 20) at 62 after an up-and-down two-year battle with cancer. Gibb’s death comes less than a month after he had emerged from a coma and appeared to have a chance at recovery. It also comes just days after the death of fellow… More »
Here’s some happy news from the music world — Bees Gees’ Robin Gibb has awakened from his coma and is reportedly in better health. The 62-year-old caught pneumonia following some intensive chemotherapy to treat his colorectal cancer and fell into a coma last weekend, from which his doctors weren’t sure he’d recover. Fortunately, Gibb is… More »
True to one of the Bee Gees’ biggest hits, Robin Gibb is “Stayin’ Alive” — but unfortunately, not in good health. After a bout with colon cancer that reportedly ended just a few months back, one-third of the Brothers Gibb has now taken ill with a serious case of pneumonia which has put him in… More »
So how do you feel, American Idolators, after Lee DeWyze clinched the Season 9 crown in what Ryan Seacrest declared was a narrow two percent difference in amount of votes? Our poll in the right sidebar shows that the majority of you were supporting Crystal Bowersox. Personally, we were supporting the awesomeness that was Daryl… More »
Many fine artists have covered Bee Gees’ late ’70s chart-topper “How Deep Is Your Love”—from The Temptations and The Bird & The Bee to, er, Donny Osmond. And now Kelly Rowland has taken a stab at the Saturday Night Fever ballad, with a little help from jazz stud Michael Buble.
Now, up to… More »
• Reality-TV refugee John Lydon has announced that Public Image Limited has ceased its 17-year hiatus and will play a five-date reunion tour this winter, albeit without original members Jah Wobble and Keith Levene. Here’s hoping they at least get a TV appearance or two out of it. [Guardian] … More »
Billboard continues its coverage of the 50th anniversary of its flagship singles chart, the Hot 100, with a look at songs on its recently compiled all-time Hot 100 that have engaged in lyrical brand-dropping. Not surprising, there are a few hip-hop songs in the rundown (“Gold Digger,” “Low,” “Yeah!” More »
When he’s not busy lap-dogging and lame-ducking his way around Parliament, British Prime Minister Tony Blair likes to kick it in Miami with Bee Gee Robin Gibb. More »