`Bee Gees` Barry Gibb believes solo tour will help him cope with loss of brothers
London: Bee Gees star Barry Gibb has revealed that he is hoping that his solo UK tour will finally help him draw the curtain over his brothers` deaths.
Robin Gibbs, was younger to Barry, 67, and succumbed to cancer in 2012, while his fraternal twin brother Maurice Gibb, died in 2003 aged 53 after a stomach op.
According to the Mirror, the homecoming show in Manchester will be Barry`s very first performance since the death of his brothers, who were also a part of his famous band.
Barry asserted that playing in Manchester will be a full cycle, as the trio were brought up there, before they immigrated to Australia as children.
He added that a movie based on the band, which featured the brothers` unique high-pitched vocals, could soon be on the cards.
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