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Robin Gibb recording Titanic Requiem with RPO

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Robin is a picture of concentration as he listens to RPO playing
Robin is a picture of concentration as he listens to RPO playing

February 21, 2011, Robin Gibb completed the third day of "Titanic Requiem" recording at Air Studios in London.  Robin and his collaborator and son RJ were there as "Maiden Voyage" and "Lacrimosa" were recorded with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Robin Gibb unveils blue plaque for Sir Noman Wisdom

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Robin was approached by a police officer for an autograph
Robin was approached by a police officer for an autograph

In his capacity as the Chairman of Heritage Foundation, Robin Gibb attended the blue plaque unveiling ceremony for the legendary comedian Sir Norman Wisdom at the latter's native home in Fernhead Road in north London on March 6, 2011.

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Robin Gibb supports Blue for Eurovision this year

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Robin with Blue (March 3, 2011)
Robin with Blue (March 3, 2011)

March 3, 2011, Robin Gibb met Blue to give support to their Eurovision entry for the UK. 

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Barry Gibb performed at Love & Hope 2011

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Barry and Olivia singing together at Love & Hope 2009 (Feb. 14, 2009)

February 19, 2011 (Sat.), the 37th Love & Hope Ball was held at Westin Resort and Spa in Florida.  It was a prestigious annual fundraising event for Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Since Barry and Linda Gibb serve as International Chairmen of the fundraising group for DRI, speculation had been flying also this year as to whether Barry would perform during the evening or not. And he did, wowing all those present!

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March 12, 1972

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The  year 1972 started with the exciting news that the Bee Gees were coming to Japan.

The tickets for best seats cost 2,700 yen (approx. 30 U.S. dollars) each. Not bad at all. If you remember, the LPs (Remember what they looked like?) cost 2,000 yen a copy in those days.

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