Rock and Roll Hall of Fame superstars the Bee Gees return to the stage for their first full-length concert music performance in five years, singing their greatest hits and new songs in the HBO presentation BEE GEES -- ONE NIGHT ONLY, debuting on Valentine's Day, SATURDAY, FEB. 14 (10:00-11:30 p.m. ET).
Other playdates: Feb. 18 (11:00 p.m.) and 22 (6:30 p.m.).
Taped at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last November, BEE GEES -- ONE NIGHT ONLY captures brothers Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb onstage, bringing their timeless harmonies to their biggest hits from the '60s to the '90s, including such classics as "You Should Be Dancing," "Massachusetts," "I've Gotta Get a Message to You," "Night Fever," "How Deep Is Your Love" and many others. The Bee Gees also perform "Alone," from their latest album, "Still Waters," which has sold three million copies.
The concert event also features a special guest appearance by superstar singer Celine Dion performing "Immortality" (written by the Gibb brothers), as well as a touching musical and visual tribute to their brother Andy. The Hollywood Reporter hailed the live show as "a sensational, multisensory experience demonstrating that their ageless music transcends the generations."
One of the five most successful music artists in history, with more than 105 million albums sold, the Bee Gees have performed together since 1955, taking the world by storm in 1967 with "New York Mining Disaster 1941," the first in their string of hit singles and top-selling albums. In the '70s, their contributions to the film score of "Saturday Night Fever," including "Stayin' Alive," defined the pop disco sound, and the record became the top-selling soundtrack album to date. In the '80s and '90s, the Bee Gees' continued success has also included collaborations with top artists like Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, and Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers.
Although the Bee Gees have received numerous accolades over the years, including seven Grammy Awards, 1997 proved to be their most heralded: Not only were they inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but they received career achievement awards from the American Music Awards, the World Music Awards, and the Brit Awards.
BEE GEES -- ONE NIGHT ONLY is produced by Harry Sandler and Nancy Riggs; directed by Michael Simon.