Legendary English singer, Robin Gibb also known as the member of Bee Gees, which was co-founded by his twin brother Maurice and older brother Barry, died on May 20, 2012 after suffering from cancer. The singer was 62 year old and sold more than 200 million records during his career.
Gibb was also responsible to help turn disco in to a world wide phenomenon. Some of the popular hits of the singer include, ‘Staying Alive’, ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ and ‘Tragedy’.
The brothers have also written songs for the other artists including Diana Ross’s Chain Reaction and Islands In the Stream for Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. Gibbs for the last time performed on stage in the month of February to support the injured servicemen and women at the charity concert at the London Palladium.
The British singer was also involved in a campaign to build a permanent memorial at the capital for veterans of World War Two’s Bomber Command. In the year 2002, the singer was made a CBE along with his brothers. After the death of his twin in the year 2003, the singer found it difficult to cope with the fact that his brother was gone.