Barry Gibb is an actor and musician as well as the last surviving member of the Bee Gees. He was a founding member of the band in 1958 along with his brothers, Robin and Maurice Gibb.
Barry Gibb and The Bee Gees achieved success in the 1960s with songs such as "New York Mining Disaster 1941." In the 1970s, the Bee Gees became one of the most successful disco acts of all time, bolstered by hits such as "Stayin' Alive" and "Too Much Heaven." Gibb has remained active into the 2010s, and appeared at the 2015 Grammy Awards to present the award for Best Pop Vocal Album.