For most of his life Robin Gibb was a principal member of one of the most celebrated songwriting teams and recording groups of all time: The Bee Gees. His legendary status, along with his brothers Barry and Maurice, has long been established worldwide. Robin’s trademark ethereal voice was a key identity in the Bee Gees sound, and he moulded his own musical identity with a number of solo releases, including the number one hits “Saved by the Bell" and “Juliet". Robin continuously developed new songs and ideas in his home studio, occasionally writing for and producing other artists, and added his distinct vocals to selected projects, some of these for charities. He was an active promoter of the interests of young songwriters and musicians and many a charity counted on his and his wife Dwina’s time and fervour. Robin passed away on 20 May 2012.