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Bee Gees Tributes.
Tribute Bands for a Themed Event.

 

A Taste Of Honey

A Taste of Honey are a professional band that has numerous TV and Radio appearances under their belt, starting with an appearance on Granada TV's "Stars in their Eyes" way back in 1990 where they appeared on the fourth show broadcast. Since then, their tight vocal harmonies and their polished musical ability has taken them to dizzy heights that even they could not have dreamed of, including playing to capacity crowds at Cardiff International Indoor Arena, and headlining the 'Festival of Light & Sound' at Morecambe Bay Outdoor Arena where they played to crowds in excess of 20,000 people. In February of 1997, Taste of Honey had the pleasure of performing with the Bee Gees themselves when they teamed up for a joint rendition of "To Love Somebody" for a Heart FM Radio show. The Bee Gees themselves were speechless at the accuracy of Taste of Honey's performance, and were described by Maurice Gibb as "Absolutely Brilliant". Barry Gibb described their performance as "Wow, Fantastic".

  A Taste Of Honey

Bee Gees Fever

From the soulful ballads Too Much Heaven and How Deep Is Your Love through to the high energy disco classics such as Stayin' Alive and Night Fever, the band faithfully recreate the songs that have helped make the Bee Gees musical legends over the last four decades. With a full performance of over 2 hours, there is something for everyone from every era of the Bee Gees glittering career, and create a striking visual interpretation to the ‘Saturday Night Fever' image of the late 70's. All the music is performed totally live, no backing tapes or sequences, just five guys, their voices and their instruments. This gives the show a raw energy, which will get even the most reserved feet up on the dance floor.

  Fever

Bees Knees

The Bees Knees are the most realistic Bee Gees tribute band that you will ever see or hear. As the trio appear on the stage you can just feel the air of amazement by the audience. The Bees Knees have gone to great lengths to be certain that not only is the music very accurate, but that they look and act every inch as the Gibb brothers. All the great songs, the harmony voices, the look (modern or 70's / 80's style), the mannerisms and the dry humour – all are faithfully re-created. From the first opening song of ‘You Should Be Dancing', all the way through the romantic ballads such as ‘How Deep Is Your Love' and finally into the fantastic disco film tracks such as ‘Night Fever' and ‘Stayin' Alive', you can be forgiven for thinking that the real Bee Gees are there with you. The members of the Bees Knees have worked together since 1990 and have performed all over the world, including Europe, the U.S.A and Asia. They regularly host sell-out concerts at our many national theatres and have performed at all the top London venues and hotels.

  Bees Knees

Bootleg Bee Gees

This is without doubt one of the most authentic tribute bands you’ll ever see and hear. Close your eyes and you will be amazed by the accuracy of the Bee Gees sound reproduced by this stunning trio. Open your eyes and you will be convinced that you are looking at the real thing. The Bootleg Bee Gees tribute band has already played in every corner of the UK, always bringing the house down with their incredible recreation of the romantic ballads and fantastic disco tracks written by the Gibb brothers. All the greatest hits are faithfully recreated: Night Fever, Stayin' Alive, Words, How Deep is your Love, Tragedy and Jive Talkin'. The Bootleg Bee Gees also play the hits from the latest album, This Is Where I Came In. You can sit back and watch this brilliant show, sing along with your favourites or dance the night away to the songs from Saturday Night Fever. Whatever you want to do, you’ll have a night to remember with this great group.

  Bootleg

Fake Bee Gees

The Fake Bee Gees tribute band is made up of Mark Barrie as Barry Gibb, and brothers Gary and Scott Hart, as Robin and Maurice Gibb respectively. Mark has played the role of Barry for the last 10 years, reaching the grand final of Stars In Their Eyes along the way, whilst the Hart brothers are well established musicians in their own right, having been harmonising together since the crib. The three guys have pooled their respective talents to create a night so visually and vocally accurate that audiences are left wondering if this is indeed the 'fake' Bee Gees. Four decades of classic hits, including Massachusetts, Stayin' Alive, You Win Again, Words, etc. are lovingly recreated. A must see show.

  Fake
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