Sir Barry Gibb
Barry Gibb is the last remaining member of the Bee Gees, the kings of disco trio famous for their distinctive sound featuring three-part harmonies. Along with his brothers Maurice and Robin, the group had their first international hit single in 1967 with New York Mining Disaster 1941.
During the 70s, the Bee Gees scored a series of hits from the soundtrack for the ultimate disco movie, Saturday Night Fever, starring John Travolta. The biggest singles included Staying Alive, Night Fever, How Deep Is Your Love, and Jive Talkin’.
The Bee Gees split in 2003, but Barry continues to perform and in 2016 he released his first solo album, In the Now.
We’e delighted to have Barry Gibb support the Small Steps Project for the first time with this donation of Johnston and Murphy black leather lace-ups.