Moscow (PRWEB) April 1, 2005
The legendary Bee Gees, featuring their soloist Robin Gibbs, performed at the State Kremlin Palace Theatre. Uniastrum Bank was the official sponsor of the event.
The group came together in 1967, and achieved overwhelming popularity with their soundtrack to ÂSaturday Night FeverÂ starring John Travolta. The name of the band itself is symbolic- the initials stand for ÂBrothers GibbsÂ. Thanks to them, the band was created thirty years ago, and their legacy remains to this day.
The bandÂs style stands out on account of the unique vocals and melodious combination of voices. Their debut album in 1971 ÂLonely DaysÂ and ÂHow Can You Mend a Broken HeartÂ sold millions of copies in the USA. All members of the band took part in the ÂSergeant PepperÂs Lonely Hearts ClubÂ movie.
During the Kremlin performance, the ecstatic audience enjoyed classics such as ÂMassachusettsÂ and ÂDonÂt Forget to RememberÂ.
In the words of Uniastrum Bank President, Gagik Zakaryan: ÂBee Gees music is immediately recognizable. Their vibrant solo vocal has never failed to please audiences. IÂm very pleased that the Bee Gees have attracted thousands of fans in Moscow.Â
Commenting on the concert, Robin Gibb acknowledged the warm reception received from Russian audiences, who were taken back in time by the nostalgic melodies.
ÂThis is a festival of nostalgic rhythm, and the concert itself is a phenomenal success with our audienceÂ commented George Piskov, Chairman of Uniastrum Bank.
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