The Bee Gees were an English-Australian group. It was made up of three brothers: Barry Gibb and twins Maurice and Robin. They were born on the Isle of Man and then moved to Manchester where they lived until the late 1950s. The family moved to Redcliffe, in Queensland, Australia. After achieving their first chart success in Australia, they returned to the UK in 1967.
During their career, the Bee Gees scored 19 UK top 10 singles, including five number ones. They have sold more than 220 million records worldwide. They are often called 'The Kings of Disco'.
They didn't actually use their signature falsetto sound (where they use a high part of their voice register) to begin with. They liked the sound so much that they kept it up, and it became one of the main reasons their 'Saturday Night Fever' album was so huge later that decade.
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