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And so…   Off we were taken to our hotel. Well, eventually, when Eloise could find it! Looks like French girls’ sense of direction is no better than English girls’…but I digress. The hotel wasn’t too bad at all actually…had a great view from our balcony window… Although some older[…]

Well, it had been a long time in the planning and, at times, we wondered if it would ever actually take place but, on 1st September, Bee Gees Fever kicked off the first leg of their European Tour in Cogolin, France. And what a wonderful, fantastic, (insert your own superltive[…]

Ah, Weston. The place that doesn’t have any sea (well, that’s not strictly true I suppose – just that you never get to see it). We hadn’t played the Playhouse for a number of years, and it was great to be back! This is the lovely theatre empty…it certainly filled[…]

Two for the price of one with this post – our gigs at the Slug and Lettuce, Solihull and The Tackeroo, Cannock. Let’s start off in sunny Solihull…this was the last gig of Randy, our drummer. Sad to see him go. The gig itself wan’t too bad, except it was[…]

Today saw the sad death of Robin Gibb, one-third of the Bee Gees. His distinctive vocals were a key ingredient in the sound and many successes of the group, formed with his brothers Maurice and Barry in 1958. From these early beginnings one of the most popular, most enduring and[…]

After the sad news last week that Robin had fallen into a coma, great news today that he has woken up and has been trying to communicate with his family. All our thoughts are still with him and his closest friends and family. Come on Robin, we’re with you!

What a nightmare journey this was! We always struggle a little doing gigs a distance away on a Friday evening, but this one was one of the worst! Travel arrangements changed at the last minute when Randy, our drummer, didn’t have transport. We managed to sort his drum kit out[…]

Only our second proper show with the guys and gals from Bootleg Abba but what a show it was! A near sell-out crowd at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Cannock was treated to a fabulous, high-energy show. The evening started off with Bee Gees Fever delivering a high-quality 1hour[…]

Another fab Bee Gees Fever gig, this time in Watford. Been almost 10 years since we’d played here – it had taken that long apparently for the bloke in charge to track us down to book us again! Well… The audience had another great night – lots of dancing and[…]

And the title says it all! The very first official (not a practice!) Gimme Gimme Night Fever show featuring Bee Gees Fever and Bootleg Abba took place last Saturday in the beautiful sunny town of Falmouth in Cornwall, at the great Princess Pavilion Theatre. And a fantastic first show it[…]

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