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Bee Gees helped 'woo'

Posted by: Staff writers | 7 February, 2013 - 3:04 PM

4BC Afternoons: When Bailey Pashley met the love of his life, he was helped in his wooing by a couple of kids in the 4th grade class he taught, they were Robin and Maurice Gibb.

Pashley joins Moyd and Lorretta on Afternoons.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Originally, this song was released on a 45 siglne, backed with the song Weekend . First pressings of the album Robin's Reign did not have this song, although later re-issues in Europe and Australia had included this song as a bonus track. Robin's Reign was available on CD in Europe, but is now out-of-print and collectable.

    Sufi Wednesday 27 February, 2013 - 5:03 AM
  • I never tire of my Mum and Dad's stories of their younger years and their connection to the Bee Gees. In 1980 Mum and Dad sent my sister and I to New York for our Year 12 graduation. On the flight over we struck up a conversation with an older lady and she showed us a necklace she was wearing and how it was a gift from her grandsons. Her grandsons were the Bee Gees! She delighted in our story about our parents and how they were serenaded on the beach at Redcliffe by her young grandsons. Is a moment, like my parents, that I will never forget. There is definitely a Bee Gees connection there - our family was a singing family too.

    Julie-Anne Pashley Saturday 9 February, 2013 - 7:54 PM

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