Robin Gibb of Bee Gees and ‘Saturday Night Fever’ Fame Dies at 63

The musical trio known as the Bee Gees have been a duo ever since the passing of Maurice Gibb back in 2003, and now sadly only Barry Gibb is left, as Robin Gibb, the youngest of the brotherly recording group, has passed away at 63-years old. CNN revealed a statement from Gibb’s website saying he “passed away today following his long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery.” The iconic recording artist behind world famous tunes from Saturday Night Fever and Staying Alive, career-defining films for John Travolta, died in England this morning, coming just after the passing of Donna Summer a few days ago. More below! Gibb had apparently been in a coma after he battled pneumonia earlier this spring, but the singer just couldn’t fight any longer. Gibb and his two brothers as the Bee Gees were essentially disco royalty, and made the music of the 70’s simply unforgettable. Here’s …

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