The Gibb family had their chance to mourn the death of late Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb Friday afternoon. Hundreds of people turned up for the ceremony, which took place at St. Mary's Church in Thame, Oxfordshire.
While services for personal friends and family of late Bee Gees star Robin Gibb were announced earlier in the week, more details have surfaced showing Gibbs true dedication to his fans, even in his ailing state.
Private and public services for Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees, who died on May 20, are currently in the planning stages. The Guardian is reporting that Gibb will be buried next month following a private service near his home in Thame, Oxfordshire. The private service will include music by Roy Orbison -- Gibb's favorite singer -- and the Bee Gees. Robin's favorite hymns, Jerusalem and I Vow to Thee My
The death of Robin Gibb today (May 20) due to cancer is but the latest in a series of deaths to hit the rock community in the past few months. Gibb's passing has caused music lovers from around the world to log on to Twitter and share their grief.
In news that could only be described as "miraculous," it's possible that Robin Gibb could be released from the hospital next week. The Daily Mirror quoted a family friend who says that his condition is improving every day, and is now sitting up and talking after having regained consciousness from a week-long coma on April 21.
With all the bad news this week surrounding the deaths of Dick Clark and Levon Helm, we may have some good news. According to reports coming out of England, Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees, whose health had taken a turn for the worse in recent weeks, has come out of the coma he lapsed into last week.