Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb died Sunday at the age of 62, losing his battle to cancer. Gibb co-founded the band the late 1960s with his brothers Barry and Maurice.
What began as a teenage band, soon after recording the sound track for "Saturday Night Fever" became a staple in 1970s music and beyond. Gibb contributed to charities and several music projects throughout his career.
Artists paused to pay tribute to the life and work of Gibb at last night's Billboard Music Awards. Watch the above video for a glimpse at the late-artist's iconic career.
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