1978 The Bee Gees started a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Staying Alive’. From the film soundtrack Saturday Night Fever, it gave the brothers their fifth US No.1, also No.1 in the UK
1967 Robin, Maurice and Barry returned to the UK after living in Australia for nine years
1970 Barry began work on his solo album “The Kid’s No Good”, which went unreleased
1971 Maurice recorded the track ‘Trafalgar’ all on his own.
1997 The single ‘Alone’ was released, making it to number 5 in the UK and number 28 in the US
1991 ‘Secret Love’ released in the UK, reaching number 5 in the singles chart.
1975 The Bee Gees recorded ‘Baby As You Turn Away’, completing work on the “Main Course” album
1970 Barry recorded 5 more songs for his album: ‘A Child, A Girl, A Woman’; ‘Mando Bay’; ‘Born’; ‘Clyde O’Reilly’ and ‘Peace In My Mind’.
1976 Maurice and Yvonne’s son Adam born
1978 The Bee Gees win Best pop vocal performance at the Grammy Awards for ‘How Deep Is Your Love.’
2002 The Bee Gees made their last ever concert appearance when they appeared at the Love and Hope Ball, Miami Beach, Florida.
1970 Robin was working on ‘Engines and Aeroplanes’ for his solo album “Sing Slowly Sisters”, which went unreleased