Robin Gibb

Titanic Live Concert

The new three disc compilation has been given a 9/10 review by Jon Dale in Uncut – In the magazine he describes Saved by The Bell – The Collected Works Of Robin Gibb 1968-1970 as “startling” and “undeniably lush” – going on to say “It’s mind-boggling to think an album so strong could stay unreleased for so […]

Titanic Concert coming to Siegen, Germany

We are pleased to announce a German date has been added to the Titanic Concerts European tour. Siegen will host the live concert with spectacular visuals on Saturday 13 February, 2016. Tickets are available from More Interesting Posts

Volkskrant review

​A great four star review of Robin Gibb’s ‘Saved by The Bell’ appeared last week in the Netherlands newspaper de Volkskrant “The thing that makes the Sing Slowly Sisters recordings so special, is that Gibb (more than in his work for Bee Gees) shows his darker side. There’s gloom, loneliness, and sadness in these recordings; feelings that he […]

Fan Club welcome letter

As promised, in follow-up to the first Fan Club letter we published last week, here is Robin’s welcome note to Fan Club members, written in his own hand! Courtesy of the private collection of Andrew Môn Hughes.   Hi there! I am very pleased to welcome you as a member of the club, and to know […]

R-J receives Crisalide Music Award

R-J accepts the Crisalide International Music Award, given for his work on the Titanic Requiem R-J accepts the award, accompanied by Dwina Gibb – Photos by Sergio Malfatti More Interesting Posts

Unofficial ITV production

It has come to our attention that the UK television channel ITV is producing a show on Maurice Gibb, for inclusion in their series titled “Autopsy”. This programme is not authorized by the Estate of Maurice Gibb, the Bee Gees or the Estate of Robin Gibb, and we are upset and disappointed that ITV would […]

First Fan Club letter

We are very happy to bring you a real piece of history – the very first Robin Gibb Fan Club Letter, courtesy of the private collection of Andrew Môn Hughes. Next week: Robin’s hand written welcome note! ROBIN GIBB FAN CLUB C/o T.B.I.,Fourth Floor,Abbott House,1 & 2 Hanover Street,London W.1. CLUB LETTER No.1 MARCH.1970 Dear […]

Titanic Concerts – Italy 2015

We are pleased to announce that The Titanic Requiem, composed by Robin Gibb and RJ Gibb, has inspired a series of classical concerts in Italy later this year. Three concerts are on sale already, with at least two more to follow soon. Additional concerts will be announced for 2016. The music will be accompanied by […]

A new Gibb arrival

Robin-John (R-J) and Megan are overjoyed and extremely proud to announce a new addition to the Gibb family – on Sunday 7th June 2015, Megan gave birth to a beautiful healthy baby boy: Theodore-Alexander Hugh Gibb. ‘Theo’ is R-J’s and Megan’s second child together and the second grandchild of R-J’s late father: Robin Hugh Gibb […]

Second Disc review

The following article was written by Joe Marchese at originally published on The Second Disk Give me a smile! With the new release of Robin Gibb’sSaved by the Bell: The Collected Works of Robin Gibb 1968-1970 (R2 549315), Rhino/Reprise has unveiled the most significant archival collection related to The Bee Gees in nearly a decade. Not […]