The Australian Bee Gees Show

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The Australian Bee Gees Show, A Multi-Media Tribute Concert”. Seven talented guys with extensive musical backgrounds made the lively sounds of the Bee Gees popular and entertaining once again from July 9th to August 4th. Considered to be one of the best Bee Gees tribute bands, this remarkable group has been entertaining fans worldwide for over 17 years; emulating the original group who achieved stardom and rose to the top of the charts in the 1970s.

As a trio, the Gibb brothers should be flattered and proud this group that convincingly captures the Bee Gees sound; not only from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack but the entire library of music dating back to the 1960s. After Chicago, this exciting production travels west to perform throughout August, lighting up the Excalibur Thunder Showroom at the exclusive Excalibur Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The legacy of an amazing band will definitely endure for years to come thanks to this magnificent tribute show. Congratulations to SPI Entertainment Inc. and Adam Steck for coordinating this musical spectacular.

Reviewed by: Russell Goeltenbodt:

While experiencing musical tributes or viewing a nostalgic tribute band, I always have to wonder if the performance will live up to the original performer or group. Experiencing “The Australian Bee Gees Show” at Chicago’s Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, I have to say that this show does not disappoint. This musical tribute to the Bee Gees and Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, surpassed my expectations for a great night of music’ and a smart, respectful duplication of the Gibb brothers fabulous 40-year musical journey. Looking at the audience members dancing from their seats and singing along; I would have to say that “The Australian Bee Gees Show” delivered in every possible way.

Together for over 17 years, “The Australian Bee Gees Show” has mastered the look, sound, and personality of the beloved trio. This performance captures the state of the art sound, camera images, and vivid graphics that brings the performance and the audience to life.  “The Australian Bee Gees Show” takes a nostalgic trip through the legacy of the Bee Gees while celebrating the Gibb brothers many years of music.

 

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