Saturday, 16 February 2013

Bee Gees Statue

Bee Gees fans in Australia might like to know, if they don't already, that the surviving member of the group, Barry Gibb, has unveiled this life-sized statue of the boys as they were aged 9 to 12 in Redcliffe, Queensland, the town where they were discovered and where they signed their first recording contract in 1959. The statue will mark the start of the Bee Gees Way, a 70m walk that tells the group's story in words and pictures. The brothers were born on the Isle of Man, a British Crown Dependency (CLICK).

2 Comments:

At 16/2/13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

About time they were honoured. They gave a lot of people a lot of happiness. It's about time we did something here.

 
At 17/2/13, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

I'll leave you to raise the funds for their memorial in Britain.

 

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