Group    From 1960  To 2003

Bee Gees

Three members of the group: Barry Gibb and his brothers, the twins Robin & Maurice, all born on the Isle of Man. The family emigrated to Australia in 1958 and that was where they began their musical career. They returned to England in 1966 They wrote and performed: Saturday Night Fever, Staying Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, etc.

The group ended when Maurice died suddenly in 2003.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Bee Gees

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Bee Gees

The Bee Gees, Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, composed and stayed here, 1968...

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Royal Philharmonic Society

Royal Philharmonic Society

Created as the Philharmonic Society of London, it had an orchestra which initially performed in the 'old' Argyll Rooms in Regent Street, and continued in the replacement building until that was des...

Group, Music / songs

1 memorial
Dire Straits first gig

Dire Straits first gig

The picture shows a rehearsal for the gig, in front of the Cockpit Arts building. We thank Glenda Bogdanovs for permission to use her historic photo.

Event, Music / songs

1 memorial
Thomas Attwood

Thomas Attwood

Composer and organist at St Paul's Cathedral and the Chapel Royal. Sponsored by the Prince of Wales (later King George IV) to study in Naples and in Vienna with Mozart. Died at home where the plaqu...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
W. H. Whitaker

W. H. Whitaker

Student of Trinity College of Music, killed in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, Music / songs

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Marie Studholme

Marie Studholme

Actress and singer. Born Caroline Maria Lupton in Eccleshill, Bradford. She made her theatrical debut in 1891 in the chorus of the operetta 'La Cigalle'. She graduated to small roles and eventually...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial