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Show's high note salutes Bee Gees

Gig to mark Barry's 70th birthday

There'll be singing, dancing and some jive talkin' at a Bee Gees tribute show in Douglas tonight (1 Sept).

The music of the brothers Gibb will be celebrated at a Bootlegg Bee Gees gig, to mark the 70th birthday of surviving band member Barry.

Born in Douglas, Barry, Robin and Maurice defined a style which found global success over almost half a century - with record sales topping 220 million.  

Tonight's show at Ballakermeen studio theatre will be staged within a stone's throw of their birthplace, St Catherine's Drive.

The London-based bootleg trio will perform the band's greatest hits - and songs written by the band for other artists.

Dave Wright who performs as Barry, says it's a very special venue:

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