A sensational tribute celebrating more than four decades of hits from the Gibb Brothers is coming to the Corn Exchange Auditorium in September.
With musical authenticity and accurate recreation of the legendary vocal talents and harmonies, this live show gives the audience the experience of being at a Bee Gees concert, telling their story from start to finish.
Whether you favour the golden era of the 60s, the dance floor hits of the 70s, the comeback songs of the 80s and 90s, or the string of songs they wrote for well-known artists along the way, this show has something to entertain everyone.
Called the Bee Gee’s Story – Night on Broadway, the show has been hailed ‘absolutely superb. The boys have the vocals down to a fine art’ by Johnny Logan, singer and three times Eurovision winner.
Comic Brendan O’Carroll described the tribute act as ‘from the musicianship to the vocal harmonies, these guys sound so like the Bee Gees it’s scary’.
There will be a real mix of music genres covered across the night and the vast number of hit songs including Too Much Heaven, Tragedy, Lonely Days, Run to Me, Stayin’ Alive and How Deep is Your Love.
The multiple Grammy winners released 22 studio albums, two live albums and three soundtracks across four-plus decades, including Saturday Night Fever, which is the only disco record to capture an Album of the Year Grammy.
The show is taking place on September 8 from 7.45pm. It will run for approximately two hours and 20 minutes.
Tickets cost £22. To book call 0845 5218 218 or visit cornexchangenew.com.