The Brothers Gibbs’ vocal and writing talent has given them a very long career – 40 years of bright successes with some dark moments as well. It’s actually this combination of good times and bad times that made their success so big, and even today, they can be considered second only to the Beatles. Their music has been constantly reinvented throughout the years, while maintaining the same freshness and style that has inspired many artists.
As a tribute band, rather than concentrating on the physical emulation of Barry, Robin and Maurice (that can be quite awkward sometimes!) the Tree Gees designed their show to deliver a perfect presentation of the glamour, spirit and style of the real Bee Gees, faithfully playing all their greatest hits. They captured the soul of their music, hypnotizing their audience and bringing them back to that unique atmosphere of the second half of the 70s!
A fortunate coincidence saw the Tree Gees’ first gig held on the 14th November 1997, the same day the Bee Gees recorded One Night Only, their last live album. The band is composed of a group of friends, all professional musicians, who decided to explore the mysteries of being part of a tribute band, while touring with one of the sacred names of the Italian music. Since the 14th November 1997, the band of Alex Sammarini ( who played Robin Gibb in the Italian version of the stage adaptation of Saturday Night Fever ) has gained high praise and recognition across Italy and Europe, and is now ready to walk the boards of the world…