Bee Gees’ evergreen classic “How Deep Is Your Love”, “Night Fever”, “Massachusetts” and “Gotta Get A Message To You” will resonate at the Royal Langkawi Yacht Club (RLYC), come December.
The global popularity of Bee Gees and the wide legion of loyal followers it has prompted RLYC to play venue host during a tribute worldwide concert by an international impersonator musician group.
Known as “Stayin Alive”, the group’s veteran trio comprises Bill Howard who will pose as Barry Gibb, Jim Stanley as Robin Gibb, while Alan Leather as Maurice Gibb.
“The worldwide performance is part of the world’s tribute to the magic of Bee Gees,” said RLYC general manager Tayfun Koksal of the “Stayin Alive” group.
The concert will take place at the poolside of RLYC on Dec 16, and all attending is set for a feast of evergreen hit melodies belted out by the popular trio to send them down memory lane in a memorable evening.
Howard on guitar/vocal, Stanley (vocal) and Leather (keyboard/bass guitar/vocal) have received a string of accolades such as a Gold Award as the official United Kingdom (UK) No 1 Bee Gees Act.
During a 19-year span of international performances, the Bee Gees formed in 1958 had wooed audiences in the four corners of the world comprising the United Kingdom, Asia, the Middle East and the United States to become a household name in the pop music scene in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
In the original group, Barry, now 70, is the sole surviving member, Maurice died in 2003 while Robin passed on in 2012.