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Bee Gees

("How Deep Is Your Love")

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Judah & the Lion roars from Christian to pop rock success

PhillyVoice.com
Recording artists switch genres in the music industry. The Bee Gees morphed from folk to disco. The Beastie Boys evolved from punk to hip-hop and Katy Perry changed from Christian to pop. Judah & the Lion also started out as a Christian act. The group ...

1978 Grammys Best Pop Group Winner Bee Gees News

No. 11 Jayhawks humble No. 24 Baylor volleyball in sweep, 3-0

Waco Tribune-Herald
In fact, the soundtrack for the match should have been the Bee Gees' “Staying Alive,” as they withstood many of Baylor's kill attempts. “I think if you look at the top two teams in the conference, Kansas and Texas, it's always about managing your ...

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Five South Florida parks named after unexpected people

Sun Sentinel
Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb were English brothers who formed the Bee Gees, one of the biggest pop-rock acts of all time, in 1958. For 45 years, the brothers wrote, sang and produced dozens of hits (“To Love Somebody,” “How Deep is Your Love,” ...

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The Bee Gees for five shillings – anniversary of “Dundee's top pop spot” marked 55 years on

The Courier
Andy Lothian and Freddie Saunders started the club which ran once a week from the Palais Ballroom in Tay Street and it soon garnered a reputation as the place to see top chart stars including David Bowie, the Kinks and the Bee Gees who eventually ...

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