Barry Gibb Talk Show

Ok, here goes the first of who-knows-how-many addmissions:

I really like the Bee Gees. And not just the Saturday Night Fever disco stuff, I like ALL of their music.

Having said that, SNL’s sketches with Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake as Barry and Robin Gibb are fantastic. Enjoy!



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Doug Ausbury is an entrepreneur, coffee achiever, baseball addict, aspiring spousal unit, pop music geek and family man. Most of the time, he needs more cowbell...a lot more cowbell.

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2 comments on “Barry Gibb Talk Show
  1. LynDel says:

    ROFLMAOSCOMK!!

    So, you’re a closet Bee Gees Fan, huh? I’ll peek out of my closet and join you. :o) How’z that for friendship? We love the BeeGees. Seriously.

    And we love SNL. Does the madness never end? What kind of people sit around and wirte stuff like this?

    Someone who’s getting paid more than me, that’s who.

    Keep ’em coming. :o)

  2. KC says:

    I have hillarious, yet humilitating memories of taking the tri-fold Bee-Gee’s album down to the caf…propping it up on our table, and having dinner with the Bee Gees. There was no hiding our admiration – still ove ’em.

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