May 21, 2012
Robin Gibb died after a long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery at age 62, according to a statement on his official website. “The family have asked that their privacy is respected at this very difficult time,” the statement said. Robin and his brothers Barry and Maurice Gibb have had dozens of hit songs in their five decade career. His music, creativity and life work will certainly be celebrated in our hearts and memories forever.
May he rest in peace.
Jacqueline Jax – A.V.A Live Radio
The Recording Academy® Statement on Robin Gibb May 20, 2012
Six-time GRAMMY® winner and GRAMMY Legend Award recipient Robin Gibb was a singer/songwriter best known as one-third of celebrated pop sibling group the Bee Gees. His distinctive vibrato voice was part of the trio’s signature harmony, and he and his brothers enjoyed many number one hits, including songs from the phenomenally successful album Saturday Night Fever — the GRAMMY-winning Album Of The Year that became the biggest-selling soundtrack of the day and one of the best selling soundtracks of all time. Robin has had an indelible impact on music, and our deepest sympathies go out to his family, friends, and fans around the world who will continue to sing and dance to his music that will be ‘Stayin’ Alive’ for many generations to come.
The Recording Academy