Both Stevie Wonder and Dionne Warwick have offered their words of praise to late Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb following his death earlier this week. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Stevie noted that Gibb has left an indelible mark on music:
"We lose people every day. The thing about losing singers [is that] we have their voices, we have their talent and [their legacy] is going to last beyond our lifetime. Robin will be remembered as a musician and as a singer and part of The Bee Gees. The legacy they'll leave behind is Staying Alive, the harmonies and just the songs that they've written."
Dionne Warwick also spoke of Gibb with the BBC, noting:
"He was wonderful. He was a jokester. He had an incredibly witty sense of humour and was fun to be around. All three of them were sensational gentlemen first, just fun loving guys. What was most attractive to me was how grounded they were. I think a lot of it has to do with their sense of family and being together as a family."
by RTT Staff Writer
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