The Bee Gees rose to prominence as one of the most successful and commercially successful bands of the 1970s as a result of the success of their singles “How Deep Is Your Love” and “Staying Alive,” amongst others.Due to unfortunate circumstances, Barry is the lone surviving member of The Bee Gees band. His bandmates and brothers have all passed away.
Andy Gibb, the younger brother of Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb, was also a successful singer, composer, and musician who had songs that reached number one on the charts.Unfortunately, the vocalist passed away at the early age of 30, owing to the effects of substances misuse. It is not surprising that the loss of all of Barry’s brothers had an effect on him. I n 2012, the singer spoke it candidly for the first time.
Barry remarked that his greatest regret was the fact that each of his brothers had passed away while they were still estranged from one another, and that he was now forced to live with the reality of that situation.
The singer was forced to make the painful choice to leave his ailing brother Robbin in order to be there for the birth of his granddaughter.
The member of the Bee Gees also mentioned that he could not comprehend why he was the “last man standing” despite the fact that he was the oldest of the group.
While this was going on, Barry attributed thanks to his wife Linda Gray for keeping him alive and well in spite of the many temptations that surrounded him due to his status as a renowned singer.
As a result, the fact that he had a wife allowed him to strike a healthy balance between being a husband, a father, and a busy musician, which ultimately prevented him from the same faith.
On the set of the British television program “Top of the Pops” in 1967, Barry first met Gray, who was a model and had previously held the title of Miss Edinburgh.