THE BEE GEES - CONTRACT SIGNED 08/27/1975 CO-SIGNED BY: THE BEE GEES (BARRY GIBB), THE BEE GEES (ROBIN GIBB), THE BEE GEES (MAURICE GIBB) - HFSID 280858
THE BEE GEES: BARRY GIBB, ROBIN GIBB and MAURICE GIBB Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb sign a contract with Robert Stigwood Organizations, Inc. to appear on "The Midnight Special". Contract signed:
Sale Price $2,040.00
THE BEE GEES: BARRY GIBB, ROBIN GIBB and MAURICE GIBB
Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb sign a contract with Robert Stigwood Organizations, Inc. to appear on "The Midnight Special".
Contract signed: "Barry Gibb", "Maurice Gibb" and "Robin Gibb", 1p, 8x10¼ with 8x10¼ related compensation contract and 11¾x11¾ color photograph matted to 34¾x16¾. Los Angeles, California, no date. Rider to a contract between The Bee Gees and Robert Stigwood Organizations, Inc. for their appearance on The Midnight Special, for which they will be compensated $678.50 plus 10% agency commission. The Gibb brothers, born in England but raised in Australia, had a series of hit records in the late 1960s, including "Massachusetts", "I've Gotta Get a Message to You" and "To Love Somebody". They returned to even greater popularity with the disco soundtrack to the hit film, Saturday Night Fever (1977). As they evolved into different musical styles, the high quality of their voices and harmonies remained constant. The popular group consisted of BARRY (born in 1946), who was known for his distinctive falsetto voice, and fraternal twin brothers MAURICE (1949-2003) and ROBIN (1949-2012). A fourth Gibb brother, ANDY (1958-1988), was a popular solo artist who died in 1988 at age 30. Barry, who is also a composer and producer, mentored contestants on the popular TV show, American Idol, in May 2007, and he sang his own composition, "To Love Somebody", on the results show. Fine condition. Matted, not in Gallery of History style. Not reviewed by us for conservation integrity. "As is" matting purchase.
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