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The Bee Gees

What do you know about The Bee Gees?
Enjoy this FANatical Music Trivia Quiz.
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1) Where was the Bee Gees formed in 1958?

  1. Brisbane, Australia

  2. Manchester, England

  3. Isle of Man, England

2) Who was NOT a Gibb twin?

  1. Barry Gibb

  2. Robin Gibb

  3. Maurice Gibb

3) What was the groups first #1 hit in England?

  1. "Billie Mack"

  2. "Massachusetts"

  3. "Spicks and Specks"

4) In 1967, what Bee Gee song hit #14 on the U.S. charts?

  1. "Into Your Heart"

  2. "Don't Be Afraid"

  3. "New York Mining Disaster 1941"

5) What was their #1 hit in 1971?

  1. "I Started a Joke"

  2. "To Love Somebody"

  3. "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart"

6) Arit Mardin steered them toward R&B, which included funk and falsetto. 
What was their #1 hit in 1975?

  1. "Jive Talkin'"

  2. "Massachusetts"

  3. "Believe in Miracles"

7) "You Should Be Dancing" was a #3 hit in 1976.

  • True or False?

8) What was NOT a song from Saturday Night Fever?

  1. "Stayin' Alive"

  2. "Words"

  3. "How Deep is Your Love"

9) After Saturday Night Fever, even the platinum Spirits Having Flown, with three #1 hits seemed anticlimactic.

  • True or False?

10) The Gibb brothers wrote the Kenny Rogers - Dolly Parton hit "Islands in the Stream."

  • True or False

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