Who Managed the Bee Gees?
The Bee Gees were a musical group made up of three brothers, Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. They achieved international fame in the late 1960s and 1970s with their unique blend of pop, rock, and disco music. Throughout their career, they had several different managers who helped them to achieve success.
Robert Stigwood was the first manager of the Bee Gees. He signed them to his record label in 1967 and helped them to become one of the most successful groups of the era. He was responsible for producing some of their biggest hits such as “Stayin’ Alive” and “Night Fever”. He also managed other acts such as Cream and Eric Clapton.
Nat Kipner took over as manager of the Bee Gees in 1975. He was responsible for helping them transition from their early pop sound to a more disco-oriented style. He produced some of their biggest hits during this period including “Jive Talkin'” and “You Should Be Dancing”. Kipner also managed other acts such as John Paul Young and Marcia Hines.
Alvin Fields became the manager of the Bee Gees in 1979. He was responsible for helping them transition from disco back to a more pop-oriented sound. He produced some of their biggest hits during this period including “Tragedy” and “Too Much Heaven”. Fields also managed other acts such as Air Supply and The Little River Band.