Bee Gees’ hits still Stayin’ Alive

Geraldton Guardian
The Bee Gees with manager Robert Stigwood in 1977.
Camera IconThe Bee Gees with manager Robert Stigwood in 1977. Credit: Getty Images

Only one of the Bee Gees is still alive, but the music of the 1970s disco trio lives on.

Next month, Geraldton will host the closest thing to the original act when One Night Only — Bee Gees Revival comes to town.

Fully live and backed by a five-piece backing band, the show is spruiked as an authentic Bee Gees experience — right down to the flares and falsettos.

It will be performed at Queens Park Theatre on November 10.

Tickets are available via qpt.cgg.wa.gov.au/events.

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