A lot of musicians were also present and all performed songs as a tribute to the legendary Bee Gees. So, it was with excitement a…. . Among the artists were Demi Lovato, , Andra Day, Celine Dion, Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett but Keith Urban definitely stole the show when he performed. Those last two stood out for me in particular.
There's an aloneness about all of us. Keith Urban stepped on stage for a tribute to the famous 70s band: Bee Gees that would leave a memory to remember for everyone in the audience. Before Urban, from New Zealand, started singing, he told the crowd that the Bee Gees were a huge inspiration to him. These artists include Ed Sheeran, Celine Dion, Demi Lovato, Thomas Rhett, Andra Day, and Kelsea Ballerini. Among the artists were Demi Lovato, Ed Sheeran, Andra Day, Celine Dion, Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett. We all do feel the same way about most things, but why is it that nobody feels the same way I do about everything? The New Zealand native also revealed that he felt an extra connection with the Gibb brothers because of their proximity as he was growing up.
It's that abstract feeling we all have that no matter how close or how many relatives we have or how many people around us we love, we still feel alone. Check out this video and a teaser to the show including John Travolta: What do you think of this tribute to the Bee Gees? Pass it on to your friends and loved ones to entertain them as well. When Keith began singing, the audience was thrilled and Barry Gibb was as well. Many musicians were present and performed songs as a tribute to the legendary Bee Gees. Urban knew that co-founder of the Bee Gees, Barry Gibb, would be out there in the audience, and so, he gave nothing but his all for him.
Taped in February, this was a full-length concert dripping with A-list talent. You have that feeling sometimes. Demi Lovato, Ed Sheeran, Andra Day, Celine Dion, Kelsea Ballerini, and Thomas Rhett were among the musicians who were present. Before he started singing, he shared that the Bee Gees were a huge inspiration to him. But among these many talented artists, Keith Urban certainly stole the show when he performed on that stage. If you see something that is misattributed or if you are the creator and want your material removed, please contact us. It's clear that he admires them, not only in the way that he speaks of them, but also in the way that he performs his tribute of their song.
He felt like he had an extra connection with the Gibb brothers as Keith lived quite close by. As such it meant Celine Dion could perform the late 90s power ballad Immortality the brothers wrote for her and Keith Urban could likewise nail To Love Somebody from 1967. Content on this site does not reflect an endorsement or recommendation of any artist or music by the Recording Academy. I loved the tuba and reverse cymbal effect. And when you see Keith Urban's performance of the song, it's easy to see why. Urban calls the song one of the greatest love songs ever written.
He revealed that he actually lived rather close to the Gibb brothers and that made him feel like he had an extra, special connection to them. Even more-so when you see her navigate the steps of the stage despite her heels and dress in order to walk down towards Barry and somehow not miss a note. It was around this time that things were really taking off for his brothers in America, and it was not long before Andy got the call to come over and join them. I guess that's because everybody's unique in their own way. © 2019 - Recording Academy. A lot of other artists that were in attendance also performed tribute songs to the Bee Gees. This is a song that can be done in a gospel style, interpreted as blues, as pure soul, as country rock or unabashed pop.
Responsibility for the accuracy of information provided in stories not written by or specifically prepared for the Academy lies with the story's original source or writer. Performers included Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato, Andra Day, Nick Jonas, Celine Dion and Keith Urban. Before he began his tribute to the band, Keith Urban shared with his audience that the Bee Gees had always been a huge inspiration to him. The melody is that good. He said that growing up, they lived about 100 miles apart and that it made his dreams seem closer.
Keith Urban gushes about the Bee Gees, speaking of his amazement in how they managed to maintain their great quality of songwriting throughout the decades and through the many stylistic changes in music during that time. He says that their level of song crafting was always extraordinary. You may have missed the show, but the video is here and you'll want to see it. As soon as he begins performing, there was a captured view of Barry that surely tells he was overcome with emotion. And the song was released in 1967.
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