ROBIN GIBB JUNIOR

Singer, Composer & Son of International Superstar BeeGees singer, Robin Gibb

Robin J. Gibb, ( or Robin Gibb II , or Robin Gibb Jr. ) born in 1983 on the sun-kissed shores of Miami Beach, Florida, has had a life long love of music, film and theatre.

As a child he studied at Miami’s Sdoia Satz Institute where he learned everything from piano, to violin, saxophone, lead guitar, bass guitar and trumpet. Ultimately his interest in keyboards and guitars took precedence for music composition. As a teenager, he created Golden Age Entertainment and collaborated at Step Up Records with producer Rodney Payne to produce for rap artists Scarface, Bushwick Bill and many others. During this time, apart from performing with and managing his three bands: The HighRollers, UniformEcco asks Gibb Inc. respectively, he performed at private events around the United States and Canada, London, as well as night clubs such as Space and Crowbar in the heart of Downtown Miami’s hip ‘n’ happening Art District.

Robin also co-produced The Soldiers, ‘Message to You’ a cover of his father’s famous hit I Gotta Get A Message To You, (which received Gold status) in 2011.

Currently Robin is working on a new album of songs from his own catalogue, along with unreleased works both he and his father wrote together over the years, as well as new renditions of not only Bee Gees songs but songs from his father’s solo catalogue, such as new covers of “Juliet” and “Another Lonely Night In New York” amongst others.

During the recent pandemic, Robin was involved in on-line concerts for charity, singing his own songs and his father’s songs for the Serbian Royal Family which raised over $450,000, divided between the Serbian medical establishment, including orphanages, and the Britain’s truly amazing NHS. He also sang with the Egiziano Brothers (known as the Italian Bee Gees, with Blue Weaver, Keyboard player formerly with the Bee Gees at the height of their success, for on-line concerts.

He also produced three live shows on London’s West End with cabaret dancing, including iconic re-enacted scenes from Saturday Night Fever using champion and award winning freelance dancers and those of the wonderful London Cabaret Club, some of whom have appeared in many other West-End shows as well as ITV’s “Strictly Come Dancing”. The performances celebrated the music of the Bee Gees music, along with Robin Jr.’s own compositions. As the opener, he also showcased some of the UK’s hottest new

up-and-coming musical talents.

He sang a special performance of his own rendering of ‘I Started A Joke’ for Jools Holland’s special Boisdale Music Awards, where his father was honoured with a posthumous award for his services to music.

Robin is set to tour Scandinavia and Europe with the aforementioned Brothers Egiziano (aka the Italian Bee Gees) and Blue Weaver, original keyboard player for the Bee Gees.

The show is called LEGACY and it begins this coming January, 2022.

Watch this space and keep an eye out for more announcements.