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Born Barry Alan Crompton Gibb on September 1, 1946 in Douglas, Isle of Man, his family moved from Manchester, England to Brisbane, Australia, where in 1958, he and his twin brothers Robin (1949- ) and Maurice (1949-2003), formed the Bee Gees, who became one of the most successful musical groups of the 1970s. Among their most well-known hits are "How Deep Is Your Love," "Night Fever" and "Run to Me."
Barry Gibb is also active as a producer and has produced 16 number one hits for the Bee Gees and other artists.
In 1994, Barry Gibb was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
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