Robin Gibb to be honoured with a public memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral

The public event will follow three months after his private funeral - to be held in June near his home in Thame, Oxfordshire.

Gibb passed away aged 62 on May 20 after years of suffering with liver and colon cancer but his son Robin-John Gibb, revealed that kidney failure, not cancer, was responsible for his father's death.

Robin Gibb's career began when he formed The Bee Gees with his brothers Barry and Maurice in 1958. The group enjoyed success spanning ...

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