Welcome to Morobinbarrystories.com! Please join me on twitter @morobinbarry. This site is for Bee Gee fans everywhere who would like to share and read stories of fun, joy, love and inspiration for Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. (Andy is not forgotten and is included at times). If you’d like to share a story, please email it to me at email@example.com. Many stories will be saved for the appendix of my book, which is getting edited over and over again! At times I will write about Gibb events, which I hope the fans will enjoy.
March 31, 2019
I am beyond thrilled to hear from young music lovers who play the Bee Gees and appreciate the music. Enjoy this story from a smart girl from Texas!
HI, my name is Baylee. I’m 21 years-old and from Texas. I came across your site on Twitter and reading all of the stories shared on your website inspired me to share mine.
Basically I was raised on the Bee Gees. When I was practically a baby, my Mom played them and from the first time I listened to them, I was instantly hooked and I just wanted to keep listening to them.
By the time I was 18 months old, I knew how to control the stereo; and because of that, I kept the Bee Gees on a constant loop and my fondest memory of me being little is me dancing to songs like “More Than a Woman”. It’s possibly my Mom’s favorite story and my cousin’s favorite story of me to tell. I became known as the “old soul” of my family.
I’ll never forget when I heard the news of Robin passing away. I found out through my mother on Facebook’ and after hear the news, I was upset for awhile. It was the first time I had ever felt the loss of an artist I loved so dearly and 9 days after his passing, I turned 15, and even on my birthday, I still felt sorrow over the loss of him.
Here I am now, 21, and my love for the Bee Gees is still as strong as ever, and I know it always will be that way. The were my first favorite band, and they’ll always be one of my favorites. In fact, I believe that they’re the reason as to why I’m so passionate about music and also why I want to turn my passion into a writing career.