Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb Tickets

One of America’s most renowned singers, Barry Gibb is preparing to perform at multiple venues as part of his “Mythology: The Tour Live.” The first half of the tour began on 8th February, 2013 and performed its closing show on 3rd October, 2013. The singer performed a total of fifteen shows in countries including Australia, New Zealand, England, Ireland and United States. The second half of the tour is expected to kick off in May, performing its debut show at the TD Garden in Boston. He will be making his way across the cities Philadelphia, Wantagh, Chicago, Concord and Los Angeles. Barry Gibb tickets for these shows are selling fast across America.

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Barry Gibb in the Bee Gees

The forthcoming concerts by the Hall of Famer singer Barry Gibb will take place at venues including the TD Garden also known as Fleet Center, Wells Fargo Center, Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, United Center, Concord Pavilion and the Hollywood Bowl. The British born songwriter, singer and record producer who has been active since 1955 will be performing some of his most popular singles. Born in 1946, Barry Alan Crompton Gibb, more popularly known as Barry Gibb and sometimes, Johnny Hayes gained worldwide fame after he founded the group, the Bee Gees.

This group was initially named the Rattlesnakes. It members included Barry’s two brothers, Maurice and Robin on vocals, himself on guitar and vocals, Kenny Horrocks on bass and Paul Frost playing drums. Playing their debut show in 1957, the first song that Barry Gibb wrote was “Turtle Dove”. In 1958, the Gibbs relocated to the Northern Grove and members, Paul Frost and Kenny Horrocks were left behind. The name of the group was changed to “Johnny Hayes and the Blue Cats” in the same year, after which the three brothers became known as the Bee Gees in 1959.

The brothers composed the songs “Starlight of Love”, “Twenty Miles to Blueland” and “the Echo of Your Love” and were seen making their debut television appearance in 1960. Till the band’s disbandment in 2001, the brothers released 23 studio albums and 2 live albums. Their soundtracks, “Saturday Night Fever” and “Staying Alive”  topped the Billboard 200 and UK Albums Chart. They were inducted into 8 Hall of Fames that include Hollywood Walk of Fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame, ARIA Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and London’s Walk of Fame.

Barry Gibb’s Solo Career

After Barry’s brothers Robin and Maurice’s unfortunate demise, Barry decided to honor his brother’s memories. In 2013, Barry announced that he would be initiating the Mythology tour to pay tribute to his late brothers. He was joined on stage by Maurice’s daughter, Samantha and his own son, Steve. Amongst the few songs that they performed on stage were 1966’s “Playdown”, 1967’s “Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You”, 1969’s “I Started a Joke” and 1968’s “With the Sun In My Eyes.” With the end of the tour, Festival Records released a three box set of the Bee Gees’ Australian albums titled “The Festival Albums’ Collection.” After the tour, Barry Gibbs performed in the Country Music Hall of Fame Ceremony on 27th October, 2013, along with artists like Bobby Bare, Kenny Rogers and Cowboy Jack Clement. He performed the track “Islands in the Stream”. In the same month, Barry Gibb was honored by an invitation to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.

Barry Gibb’s as a Composer

As a soloist, Barry Gibb has released three studio albums and four demos. The singles that have charted in the US and UK include “Guilty”, “What Kind of Fool”, “Shine, Shine”, “Fine Line” and “Childhood Days.” Apart from being a renowned singer, Barry Gibb has also been appreciated as a songwriter. In 1977, five of Barry’s compositions made their way to the Billboard 100, where they maintained their place for a week. Watch this highly successful artist make his way to the main stage once again as he continues with his “Mythology Tour.”


More about Barry Gibb

  • Barry Gibb has composed chart topping hits for artists including Al Green, Diana Ross, Elvis Presley, Nina Simone, Tina Turner, Barbra Streisand, Sarah Vaughn and Andy Williams.
  • Amongst Barry Gibb’s earliest influences include Cliff Richard, Paul Anka, the Everly Brothers and Rob Orbinson.
  • In 2009, Barry Gibb along with his late brothers was made the Freemen of the Borough of Douglas (Isle of Man).
  • Barry Gibb has also made appearances in several feature films such as “In Our Own Time”, “One Night Only”, “Keppel Road”, “Live by Request” and “This is where I came in.”
  • In 2013, Redcliffe honored the Bee Gees with an unveiling ceremony of a Bee Gee’s statue as well as a walkway filled with the Bee Gee’s pictures.