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Perhaps it's in the title of their signature hit, but it's hard to imagine that the music of the Bee Gees will ever die, and the Canadian seven-piece tribute act, Stayin' Alive, are doing their part to make sure the Gibb brothers live forever.
The band - Tony Mattina as Barry, Todd Sharman as Robin, Joseph Jannise as Maurice and Smokin Joe Peeres (guitar), Cheryl Hardy (backing vocals), Chris Mullin (bass) and Tom Wolf (drums) - boasts a mastery of the Bee Gees' entire catalogue and will be bringing the disco to the Foellinger Theatre Saturday, July 22 as part of that venue's summer concert series.
"Night Fever" anyone? How about "How Deep Is Your Love"? Or the slightly more obscure pleasures of "I Started a Joke," "Fanny Be Tender" and "Words"? Stayin' Alive do it all and then some, so put on your platforms and get to the Foellinger. It's summer after all. You should be dancing.