Robin Gibb, who co-founded musical group the Bee Gees with his two brothers, died Sunday at 62 years old. He had been battling liver and colon cancer for years, and although he had been recovering, a secondary tumor developed recently. The Bee Gees got their start in 1958, when Gibbs was just 9 years old, and ended in 2001 after the death of one brother. Robin and his son had recently premiered a collaboration called “The Titanic Requiem” in London with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
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