Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb And Niece Samantha Sing For Her Late Dad In Beautiful Duet

Step into the world of musical greatness with the legendary Gibb family, known for the iconic Bee Gees trio—Barry, Robin, and Maurice. The family’s musical legacy continues with Samantha Gibb, Maurice’s daughter, who joined her uncle Barry for a touching rendition of the Bee Gees classic, “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?”

This emotional performance took place at the Wells Fargo Centre in Philadelphia on May 19, 2014. Before they sang, Barry and Samantha shared a heartfelt embrace, honoring Maurice’s memory. Barry introduced the song as their favorite, paying tribute to Samantha’s father, setting a reverential atmosphere.

Samantha, inheriting her father’s talent, began with Skeeter Davis’s “The End of the World,” blending country pop with her R&B style. Then, with Barry, they flawlessly performed “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?” Their voices merged beautifully, creating a truly special moment.

The Bee Gees originally recorded this song in 1971, marking their first US number one hit. It’s a timeless classic that showcases the brothers’ extraordinary songwriting skills. Samantha, now based in Nashville, has continued her musical journey, collaborating with Lazaro Rodriguez on songwriting and releasing her own music.

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