Knowledge Identifier: +Barry_Gibb
Born in 1946.
Countries: United States (42%), United Kingdom (19%), Australia (13%)
Linked to: Dionne Warwick, Buckingham Palace, Financial Times, Hard Rock Cafe
He and his family moved to Chorlton-cum-Hardy in Manchester in 1953
P. P. Arnold - After the collapse of Immediate in the late 1960s, Arnold signed a production contract with the Robert Stigwood Organisation and released two singles on the Polydor label, produced by Barry Gibb of The Bee Gees, but a planned album with Gibb was never completed
Vince Melouney - He is a founding member of Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, playing with the band as lead guitarist from 1963 to 1965, which was followed by a short-lived duo with fellow Aztec Tony Barber, called Vince & Tony's Two. In 1966, he released "I Need Your Lovin' Tonight" and its B-side "Mystery Train", Barry Gibb, Robin_Gibb and Maurice Gibb sings backup vocals on both songs
In 1967, the Gibb family returned to England
After Robin's temporary departure from the Bee Gees in 1969, Gibb recorded his first solo album "The Kid's No Good" in 1970
In 1973, the Bee Gees' 11th album "Life in a Tin Can" was released, Barry sang the lead on the album's lead single "Saw a New Morning"
Vince Melouney - In the summer of 1976, he met up with Bee Gee Barry Gibb and they wrote "Let It Ride" and "Morning Rain", but both songs were not recorded
Also in 1977, Barry takes the lead vocals on the songs "How Deep Is Your Love", "Stayin' Alive" and "Night Fever" both songs were reached No. 1 in the US. In 1979, the Bee Gees' 1979 album "Spirits Having Flown" reached No. 1 in the US, most of the songs were performed by Barry
Bee Gees - Robin and Barry Gibb released various solo albums in the 1980s but only with sporadic and moderate chart success
The first single released on the album "Shine, Shine" it reached No. 34 in the US and reached No. 10 in the US Adult Contemporary Charts, the second single "Fine Line" did not chart in US or UK. In 1985, he produced the Diana Ross' album "Eaten Alive"
On 2 May 2004, Barry and Robin Gibb received the CBE award at Buckingham Palace, along with their nephew Adam, who collected the posthumous award in honour of his father, Maurice
Barbara Streisand - Guilty Pleasures, a collaboration with Barry Gibb and a sequel to their Guilty, was released worldwide in 2005.
Barbra Streisand - "Guilty Pleasures" , a collaboration with Barry Gibb and a sequel to their "Guilty", was released worldwide in 2005
Cliff Richard - "Two's Company", an album of duets released in 2006, was another top 10 success and included newly recorded material with Brian May, Dionne Warwick, Anne Murray, Barry Gibb and Daniel O'Donnell, plus some previously recorded duets with artists such as Phil Everly, Elton John and Olivia Newton-John
On 27 January 2014, Gibb appeared on the American television show "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to announce the start of his first solo tour of the U.S. He performed "You Should Be Dancing" with help from Fallon's backing band, The Roots
On 8 February 2015 at the 57th Annual Grammy awards, Gibb, along with the group Pentatonix presented the category of Best Pop Vocal Album