Personnel Group Robin Gibb Bee Gees Music died

After a struggle with colon and liver cancer since 2010, personnel band Bee Gees, Robin Gibb, dies at the age of 62 years on Sunday (20/5) at a hospital in London.

"The family has announced that Robbin Gibb Gibb died after a long fight against cancer and other colon surgery. The family also asked the given time to mourn," said family spokesman, Doug Wright, as quoted by the Daily Mail.

The wife Dwina Murphy Gibb was happy to get up from the coma for 12 days but then the team of doctors pronounced her life expectancy to live 10 percent longer, and eventually died.

"He's a fantastic, humorous, cheerful," said Dwina.

Robin was diagnosed with colon cancer 19 months ago. Before undergoing surgery and chemotherapy she was sentenced to suffer from liver cancer.

Twin brother Robin, Maurice died first in 2003 at the age of 53 years for the same disease. While his brother Andy, who is also a successful musician, died at age 30 in 1988 of a heart attack.

Robin Gibb started his musical career at Bee Gess form with two of his brothers Barry and Maurice in 1958.

Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb flew his name in the pop world in the 1970s with rhythmic disco songs like "How Deep Is Your Love," "Stayin 'Alive," and "Night Fever."

Bee Gees record sales reached more than 200-million copies since its first hits them in the 1960s.

Source : Antaranews