The Opry may not be the first place one might expect to find the only surviving Bee Gee. However, Gibb says he’s wanted to perform on country music’s historic stage since he was a kid.
“I dreamed of performing on the hallowed stage of the Opry since I was 12 years old, so this is a dream come true,” Gibb said. “There is no greater honor.”
Gibb won’t be the only artist performing at the Opry July 27. Friday night’s lineup also includes Darryl Worley, James Otto, Dailey & Vincent and Ricky Skaggs.
Tickets for Gibb’s night at the Opry are on sale now and range from $24 to $55. Click here for more information.