Robert Stigwood

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Perth Now
Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fallhappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
Perth Now / Posted 19 hours ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
15d
NZCity
Soul survivor PP Arnold releases debut album 50 years in the making, after betrayal by famous friendswhat should have been a major musical statement. What she didn't count on was
NZCity / Posted 15 days ago
what should have been a major musical statement. What she didn't count on was a brutal intervention by Gibb's manager, Robert Stigwood. "Robert was not happy with me working with Barry at all ... he wanted Barry to focus on getting back with... Read more
16d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
After betrayal by famous friends, soul survivor releases debut album 50 years in the makingwhat should have been a major musical statement. What she didn't count on was
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
what should have been a major musical statement. What she didn't count on was a brutal intervention by Gibb's manager, Robert Stigwood. "Robert was not happy with me working with Barry at all ... he wanted Barry to focus on getting back with... Read more
18d
Variety
Filmmaking Legends on How New York’s Era of Decay Sparked a Creative Revolutionwere such a low-budget show that we dried the suit off with a hair dryer so it
Variety / Posted 18 days ago
were such a low-budget show that we dried the suit off with a hair dryer so it would be ready for the next take. [Producer Robert Stigwood] represented the Bee Gees, so it was always going to be their music. We played the songs when we did the... Read more
27d
Daily Telegraph
Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fallhappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
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28d
Geelong Advertiser
Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fallhappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 28 days ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
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28d
Herald Sun
Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fallhappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
Herald Sun / Posted 28 days ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
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28d
The Courier Mail
Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fallhappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
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28d
News.com.au
Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fallhappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
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29d
New York Post
How the Bee Gees went from No. 1 to national pariahshappened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first c
New York Post / Posted 29 days ago
happened to them was unprecedented in popular music.” The Bee Gees had first come to prominence in 1967 when manager Robert Stigwood, who’d had success overseeing Eric Clapton’s career, positioned the siblings as the next Beatles. With their... Read more
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