Australian Bee Gees - A TRIBUTE TO THE BEE GEES
It's Saturday Night Fever every night with The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees. One of the most successful and adored acts in musical history is recreated on the Vegas stage in a 75-minute multi-media concert event. You'll hear hits like, "Staying Alive," "You Should Be Dancing," "How Deep Is Your Love," and "Jive Talkin.'"
The performers authentic take on the trio’s clothes, style and moves showcase five decades of the Brothers Gibb's success as rock and disco legends, while audiences groove to their memorable music and are immersed in the disco era. The President of the Bee Gees Fan Club, USA has said, "In my opinion they are the best Bee Gees tribute in the world!” The Las Vegas Review Journal has named them Best Tribute Show for 2015.
Wayne Hosking as Maurice Gibb
Wayne was born in Melbourne, Australia and raised in a musical family. His passion for music and entertainment grew, homework being replaced by nightly performances as a solo pianist and singer in Melbourne bars and restaurants. He then set up a theatre company and took on the role of Musical Director, touring internationally, and composed his first opera at age 21, premiering to standing ovations in Melbourne. In 1996, after many years off the stage, Wayne took up an invitation to take on the role of 'Maurice' in The Australian Bee Gees Show.
David Scott as Robin Gibb
David is from Auckland, New Zealand. At age ten he took up the guitar to just "have a play," and in high school at age fourteen, he formed his first band and played on the local Auckland club scene. Dave moved to Australia in 1989 and after stints in Sydney and The Gold Coast, he moved to Melbourne and joined an Eagles Show, "Hotel California." This band became the nucleus of The Australian Bee Gees Show and Dave has evolved from a guitarist into front man, but watch out, David secretly plays guitar!
Michael Clift as Barry Gibb
Born in Queanbeyan, Australia, Michael began learning the guitar at the age of eight and from that point on, had found his calling. He formed his first band at school at age thirteen and after leaving school, Michael began touring around Australia with his band Red Tape, who released several singles and toured internationally. In 1996, Michael formed The Australian Bee Gees Show and, twenty years on, has toured all over the world as part of the most successful Bee Gees show ever.