September 24, 2018

Keith Urban just smashed 'To Love Somebody' in a Bee Gees tribute

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In April 2017, country singer Keith Urban gave his unforgettable rendition of “To Love Somebody” during the “Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees” special.

CBS aired the special feature in tribute to Barry Gibb, the only surviving member of the iconic band.

At the time, many people swooned over Urban with his incredible performance when he sang the Bee Gees classic song.

Along with the crowd, Gibb’s had an emotional reaction with Urban’s version of “To Love Somebody.”

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During the pre-show interview, Urban talked about the legendary Bee Gees.

He said, “The thing I am amazed at is how they maintain such quality songwriting through decades and so many stylistic changes of music through those periods.”

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“The song craft level was extraordinary. Also, what they do really well, is that their songs always had very strong chorus structure that anybody could sing to,” he

added

.

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Urban was among the many musical legends who took the stage to pay tribute to Gibb.

Other artists who performed were John Legend, Stevie Wonder, Celine Dion, Nick Jonas, Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato, Andra Day, Tori Kelly, and many more.

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Each of the musicians put their own twist to the classic disco hits by the band.

During the opening, Little Big Town shared the stage with Kelly, Lovato, and Day. They performed a special medley of the songs, “Stayin’ Alive,” “Tragedy,” “How Deep Is Your Love,” and “Night Fever.”

By the end of the tribute, Gibb treated the crowd with his memorable performance. He first performed his version of “You Should Be Dancing,” before he was joined by all the stars to sing “Stayin’ Alive.”

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As for Urban, he had been busy as of late with his ongoing tour. During one of his concerts, he

stopped

mid-show to make a little girl’s birthday wish come true.

On Facebook, he shared a video of him sharing the stage with his ten-year-old fan named Ella.

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