The Bee Gees enjoyed great success throughout their musical careers, but they had two distinct periods of exceptional success during the late 1960s and early 1970's & disco era. The group performed tight three-part harmonies. With the falsetto becoming their trademark.
Could It Be Bee Gees takes you back in time to those original harmonies & the infamous White Saturday Night fever suits. The trio aim to deliver an authentic tribute to The Bee Gees but at the same time allow themselves the freedom to add their own spin & flair. Having perfected the vocals, the dance moves & all the biggest hits designed to get you on the dance floor & keep you there. They are the perfect cocktail for a great night. You will be surprised at how many of the songs you will remember, they perform timeless classics such as: How Deep Is Your Love, Night Fever, Tragedy, Massachusetts, Jive Talkin, Island In The Stream, You should be dancing, You win again, More than a woman, as well as many other hits!
Jay - has been performing for over 3 decades, in the early days he was signed to Sony records/big life records working with some great producers like Elliott Kennedy who has written for some of the biggest chart-topping artists. Jay is also an established Screen & creative writer.
Brett - Has been performing since he was 15 in a whole host of boy bands inspired by Queen, Beach Boys, Frankie Valli & Four Seasons. Brett delivers the famous falsetto to the Bee Gees show.
Dean - Studied performing arts, crafting his vocals, dance moves & on-stage presence. Again, his apprenticeship was served performing in various boy bands.
Collectively they have had the pleasure of supporting well know artist such as: Paloma Faith, Dynamo, The Cheeky Girls, Lemar, American Drifters, Ronan Keating, Dani Minogue & Robbie Williams. TV appearances include The Richard & Judy Show & The X Factor in various guises.
1 x 60 mins
2 x 45 mins
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