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Subject: Today in Bee Gees History

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/17/20 at 3:04 pm

March 17th 1979, The Bee Gees went to No.1 on the UK album chart with their fifteenth studio album release 'Spirits Having Flown.' the group's first album after their collaboration on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The album's first three tracks were released as singles and all reached No.1 in the US, giving the Bee Gees an unbroken run of six US chart-toppers and tying a record set by The Beatles.

Subject: Re: Today in Bee Gees History

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/31/20 at 5:38 pm

March 31st 2002, Bee Gee Barry Gibb bought his childhood home in Keppel Road, Chorlton, Manchester. Gibb said he was going to clean the house up, rent it out and put a plaque on the wall.

Subject: Re: Today in Bee Gees History

Written By: Philip Eno on 04/14/20 at 6:13 pm

April 14th 1967, Polydor Records released The Bee Gees 'New York mining Disaster 1941' It was released with a promotional slogan announcing 'The most significant talent since The Beatles. The record became a Top 20 hit in the UK and US.

Subject: Re: Today in Bee Gees History

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/11/20 at 12:20 pm

May 11th 1967, The Bee Gees made their Top Of The Pops debut performing 'New York Mining Disaster' on the UK TV show.

Subject: Re: Today in Bee Gees History

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/12/20 at 5:17 pm

May 12th 2004, Barry and Robin Gibb from The Bee Gees were both presented with honorary degrees from Manchester University. They also picked up a posthumous award for their brother Barry. The brothers had once lived in Manchester, England.

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