Barry Gibb and his brother Robin welcome guests Madonna, Megyn Kelly, Senator Paul Ryan and Barry Gibb himself to their talk show.
A Brooklyn teenager's life revolves around the '70's disco dancing craze, to the consternation of his family. Popular film features hit soundtrack by the Bee Gees and others!
Barry Gibb Demo - What Kind of Fool.
Guilty is an album released by Barbra Streisand in 1980. After the success of the Bee Gees in 1977/1978 there was some time to perform songwriting for other artists and Barbra Streisand asked Barry Gibb to write an album for her. It became her best-selling album to date with sales (according to Streisand's official website) of over 20 million copies and was produced by the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and the Bee Gees' regular production team of Albhy Galuten and Karl Richardson.
The title track, a duet between Streisand and Gibb, won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 1981, and was a #3 Billboard Hot 100 hit. The first single "Woman in Love" became one of the most successful songs of Streisand's music career and spent a total of three weeks at the #1 position in the Billboard chart. "What Kind of Fool", another duet with Gibb, reached #10. The fourth single, "Promises", a more disco-oriented track released in May 1981, reached as high as #48. This song was also released on Streisand's first commercially-released 12" disco single as a solo artist following her 1979 duet with Donna Summer and two "promotional" 12" singles released for "Shake Me, Wake Me (When It's Over) in 1975, and "The Main Event/Fight" in 1979.
Streisand released a sequel to this album, Guilty Pleasures, in 2005, also produced and largely written by Gibb.
The only surviving member of the Bee Gees, Barry Gibb, has paid a visit to his old primary school and the house in which he grew up in Manchester.
Jimmy demonstrates how a common piece of advice, like "let it flow," can take on a very different meaning depending on who you are.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Wednesday, May 21. Part 1 of 2.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Wednesday, May 21. Part 2 of 2.
Jimmy and Hugh race around The Tonight Show halls on some high-speed cooler scooters while dodging a Memorial Day parade crowd.
Jimmy chats with Charlize Theron about her second appearance on Saturday Night Live and life with her Disney princess-loving toddler.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, May 20. Part 1 of 2.
Jimmy discusses Josh Hartnett's Showtime series, Penny Dreadful, and they reminisce about their old SNL 'N Sync skit.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, May 20. Part 2 of 2.
Jimmy and Josh Hartnett face-off against Charlize Theron and Steve Higgins in a game of charades.
Lyp sync to the classic song by Barry Gibb and Babs
Do not anger Barry Gibb.
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