Early footage reveal the Bee Gees had a special skill from a young age

In music history, the Bee Gees stand out for their huge impact. It’s hard to think of a time before they were famous for their unique style and looks, but their story started simply.

The Gibb brothers – Barry, Robin, and Maurice – grew up on the Isle of Man in Britain, where they first fell in love with singing. They practiced their harmony singing early on, setting the stage for their later success.

The Bee Gees were known for their high voices, unique among male singers and similar to Morten Harket from A-Ha.

Even though they were from Britain, you couldn’t tell from their songs like “Stayin’ Alive.” But in interviews, their British accents were clear.

Old videos show the brothers performing when they were young. A 1963 video shows how much Maurice and Robin looked alike, leading to their joke about being triplets, with Barry as the odd one out.

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