Gibb pictured in 1967, the year the Bee Gees were introduced to an international audience thanks in part to manager Robert Stigwood, who pushed their record Bee Gees' 1st abroad.
Gibb performed on the German television special "An Evening For Peace" in 2003 in Berlin. The show raised over 4.2 million euros that went toward humanitarian relief for Iraqi children.
The Married Man
Gibb is covered with confetti during his wedding to his first wife Molly Hullis in 1968. Hullis was secretary to Beatles manager Brian Epstein. The couple had two children together, but their marriage was complicated by Gibb's fame and drug use. They divorced in 1980 after a long separation.
Relaxing With the Band
The Bee Gees in 1967 were (from left to right): drummer Colin Peterson,Maurice Gibb, guitarist Vince Melouney and twins Barry and Robin Gibb.
Robin and Barry Gibb pose at the London Airport in 1967. The Gibb family were originally from the U.K., but moved to Austrailia when the brothers were growing up.
The Gibb Brothers
Brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb played music together as children.
The Bee Gees in 1989
Maurice, Barry and Robin Gibb pose in 1989, the year they released their album One.
Gibb attends the German Sustainability Award in Dusseldorf, Germany, in November 2010.
Gibb in 2010
Gibb signs autographs at an awards ceremony in Berlin in February 2010.