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Barry Gibb’s ‘Mythology’ To Play U.K.

11:01 AM Thursday 4/25/13 |   |

The last living Bee Gee continues his “Mythology Tour” with a brief U.K. run slotted for the fall. Shows scheduled for Birmingham, Manchester and London plus a gig in Ireland go on sale later this week.

Barry Gibb’s tour is described as “a salute to his brothers” and draws from every era of the Bee Gees incredible catalog.  Robin Gibb passed away in 2012; Maurice Gibb in 2003.

Gibb’s backing band is kind of a family affair and includes his son Stephen as well as Maurice’s daughter Samantha.

Here’s the routing:

Sept. 21 – Birmingham at the LG Arena
Sept. 25 – The O2 – Dublin
Sept. 29 – Manchester Arena
Oct. 3 – The O2 – London

Tickets go on sale Sept. 26. Visit BarryGibb.com for more info.


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