Bee Gees tribute band - the finest in the UK!
Now in their 20th year as the WORLD'S PREMIERE TRIBUTE TO THE BEE GEES, this stunning tribute to the Bee Gees continue to tour all corners of the globe with their No.1 show dedicated to the music of the Brothers Gibb.
Astounding audiences in the UK, Europe, Asia, The Middle East and as far afield as the USA with their uncanny likeness and eerily accurate sound. Bill Howard as Barry (vocal/guitar) Jimmy Stanley as Robin (vocal) and Alan Leather as Maurice (keyboards/bass guitar/vocal) continue to rock stadiums, theatres, holiday parks, cruise ships and hotels alike with their faultless recreation of the distinctive vocals and harmony sounds of the Bee Gees, with timeless classics such as 'How Deep Is Your Love', 'Night Fever', 'Tragedy', 'Massachusetts', 'Gotta Get A Message To You' as well as many others.
This stunning tribute band have enjoyed many prestigious moments in their time together which have included the grand opening of Saturday Night Fever - The Musical at the London Palladium, screened 'Live' by BBC1's Watchdog, Channel 5's Night Fever with Suggs of Madness, BBC1's Battle Of The Fantasy Bands with hosts Terry Wogan and Ulrika Johnson and Yorkshire TV's documentary on Batley Variety Club (where the real Bee Gees had actually played 25 years before) and featuring Maurice Gibb on the programme King Of Clubs alongside them.
The band looks set to carry on setting the standard for all others to follow well into the Millenium. In 2010, this outstanding tribute to the Bee Gees were asked to record a Bollywood version of 'Stayin Alive' for the hit film 'It's a Wonderful Afterlife' directed by 'Bend it Like Beckham' director Gurinder Chadha, and in 2013 and 2016 were awarded with a Gold Award for the ''Official UK No.1'' Bee Gees Tribute Act by the Agents Association.
During their incredible 20 year+ reign as the definitive tribute to the Brothers Gibb, Stayin Alive have won and continue to win fans from all over the globe, who also share their loving passion for the three musical legends that are Barry, and the late Robin and Maurice -The Bee Gees.
'Closing the first half of the show was one of the most convincing and utterly outstanding tribute bands I have ever come across in all my years as a Stage reviewer. This band are the only Bee Gees tribute band I have seen that cuts the mustard in a live situation. Compelling viewing, given the lookalike quality and a sheer delight to listen to, this brilliant tribute band are the definitive Bee Gees tribute band. In my view, they have no equal'.
- Mark Ritchie, The Stage Newspaper -