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Stayin’ alive

When the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson, who knows a thing or two about siblings singing together, inducted the Bee Gees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, he called them “Britain’s first family of harmony”.

But that Bee Gees aural signature was only part of their story. As songwriters with work performed by artists as diverse as Nina Simone, the Animals, Barbra Streisand, Ed Sheeran and, of course, Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton with , the Bee Gees – brothers

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