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Originally posted 05/23/2012 09:45AM
Originally posted 05/21/2012 10:45AM
Robin Gibb, who passed away after a long battle with cancer on Sunday, left behind a lifetime of music.
Gibb, 62, was one of the founding members of the Bee Gees, along with his twin brother Maurice and brother Barry.
The band was best known for their disco era songs from the late 1960s and earlu 1970s, particularly the music featured on the hit soundtrack for the John Travolta classing Saturday Night Fever.
Take a walk down memory lane with some of Gibb's biggest hits.
Originally posted 05/21/2012 12:00AM
It was a night of tributes at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.
The evening's most emotional moment came during a tribute to the late Whitney Houston. While Jordin Sparks performed the singer's iconic hit "I Will Always Love You," Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, broke down in tears before taking the stage to accept the Millennium Award on her mom's behalf.
"I really want to say thank you to everyone who supported us through it all," said Brown, who stood alongside Whitney's manager and sister-in-law Patricia Houston. "Not just from when it was good but when it was bad, too. Thank you for showing that much love, because she deserved it ... I'm just blessed to have been in such an incredible woman's life. There will never be another one, ever."
Originally posted 05/20/2012 07:00PM
Robin Gibb, one of the last members of the iconic familial pop group the Bee Gees, died Sunday. He was 62.
"The family of Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees, announce with great sadness that Robin passed away today following his long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery," his rep said in a statement.
"The family have asked that their privacy is respected at this very difficult time."
Along with his twin Maurice and brother Barry, Gibb formed the Bee Gees (in part, to stand for the Brothers Gibb), and together they recorded decades of hit songs, including the iconic Stayin' Alive.
Originally posted 04/22/2012 09:30AM
After more than a week in a coma, Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb has woken up and is showing signs of recovery.
"Robin is fully conscious, lucid and able to speak to his loved ones," his doctors said Sunday in a statement.
"He is breathing on his own, with an oxygen mask," the statement continues. "He is on intravenous feeding and antibiotics. He is of course, exhausted, extremely weak and malnourished."
Family members, including his wife Dwina and his children, have been "at his bedside every day, talking to him and playing his favorite music to him," according to his doctors.
Originally posted 04/15/2012 11:00AM
Robin Gibb of the iconic group the Bee Gees is in grave condition.
"Sadly the reports are true that Robin has contracted pneumonia and is in a coma," reads a statement on his website.
"We are all hoping and praying that he will pull through."
The singer's son Robin-John, told the Daily Mail, "My dad has had a hard recovery from cancer. When you get rid of the cancer a lot of periphery problems can occur. This is so sad."
Originally posted 03/28/2012 05:15PM
Robin Gibb's recovery from health problems has encountered a setback as the Bee Gees singer underwent emergency intestinal surgery.
"Robin underwent the operation successfully, he is awake and has been talking to his doctors," reads a statement on his website. "He is currently being monitored and resting in the hospital and his family are hoping for his full recovery."
Gibb, 62, underwent the surgery Monday to remove a blood clot in his colon that had caused a perforation. This followed earlier surgery for a twisted intestine.
Originally posted 11/23/2011 07:00AM
Former Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb is feeling better since his recent hospitalization for abdominal pain and inflammation of the colon.
"I have been very unwell and am now on the road to recovery," the singer, 61, says in a blog post on his website.
Gibb, whose iconic disco act is one of the best-selling groups of all time, thanked fans of his music for their "prayers and good wishes," which he says were like a "great tonic to me."
Originally posted 10/14/2011 03:15PM
Bee Gees co-founder Robin Gibb is undergoing tests in a U.K. hospital for abdominal pain and inflammation of the colon. He was rushed there by ambulance on Thursday after complaining of pain.
Gibb's wife of 25 years, Dwina, is by his side at Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, England, and is "desperately worried" about his health, the singer's rep tells PEOPLE.
There is also a Gibb family history of gastrointestinal problems. In 2003, Robin's twin brother Maurice died after suffering intestinal complications.
Originally posted 02/20/2006 09:00AM
Barry and Robin Gibb, two-thirds of the Bee Gees, reunited on stage for a Miami charity concert on Saturday, their first performance since the death of brother Maurice three years ago.
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