|Origin||Liverpool, England, U.K|
|Genres||Pop, rock, blue-eyed soul, disco|
|Years active||1958–2003, 2009–2012|
|Labels||Festival Records, Polydor, Atco, RSO, Warner Bros.|
|Associated acts||Andy Gibb|
|Past members||Colin Petersen|
The Bee Gees were an English rock group from Liverpool. Its members were three brothers, Barry Gibb (born 1 September 1946), and twins Maurice Gibb (22 December 1949 – 12 January 2003) and Robin Gibb (22 December 1949 – 20 May 2012). They performed together for almost 40 years. They are most famous for their album, Saturday Night Fever, the soundtrack for the movie of the same name. They stopped performing after Maurice died. The two other brothers reunited as a duo in 2009. In 2012 Robin died. They had a younger brother, Andy Gibb (1958–1988), who was also a singer.
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The brothers were born in Liverpool, England, then in the late 1950s, they moved to Manchester. In January 1967, they returned to Liverpool, where they started to become famous. In 1975, the brothers moved to Florida, USA, to live and record.