Maurice Gibb

He anchored one of the world’s most artistically and commercially successful recording acts ever with a quarter of a billion records sold – that’s a lot of grooves! Though the Bee Gees employed scores of studio cats during their long, iconic career, the late Maurice Ernest Gibb waxed nearly all the bass tracks throughout their golden run from 1967 to 1979. A multi-instrumentalist, brilliant harmony vocalist, composer, and producer - Maurice was an underrated song-player who excelled on ballads, rockers, pop tunes, disco, dance, and every permutation thereof to which the brothers Gibb triumphantly traversed.