The Bee Gees search for life after disco

Durkee, C.; Cooper, J.
August 1989
People;8/7/89, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p36
Discusses the Bee Gees phenomenal 1977 success of their `Saturday Night Fever,' and their less-than-spectacular US career since then. The brothers Barry, 42, and fraternal twins Maurice and Robin, 39, have spent twelve years battling their musical past and personal problems, and now have a new LP, `One,' and are on their first US tour since 1979. Personal lives and careers.


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