8 Facts About Bee Gees

1. In 1979, the Bee Gees got their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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2. On 23 February 2003, the Bee Gees received the Grammy Legend Award, they became the first recipients of that award in the 21st century.

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3. On 14 November 1997, the Bee Gees performed a live concert in Las Vegas called One Night Only.

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4. Instead, the Bee Gees got together with Eric Clapton to create a group called 'the Bunburys' to raise money for English charities.

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5. In 1981, the Bee Gees released the album Living Eyes, their last full-length album release on RSO.

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6. In March 1978, the Bee Gees held the top two positions on the US charts with "Night Fever" and "Stayin' Alive", the first time this had happened since the Beatles.

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7. Around the same time, the Bee Gees turned down an offer to write and perform the soundtrack for the film Wonderwall, according to director Joe Massot.

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8. In 1962, the Bee Gees were chosen as the supporting act for Chubby Checker's concert at Sydney Stadium.

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