ROBIN GIBB: Classic Rock Community Remembers
The tributes continue to pour in for Robin Gibb of The Bee Gees, who died Sunday at age 62 from cancer.
Stevie Nicks: "The soundtrack of my wonder years is vaporizing one artist at a time with these iconic musical losses lately."
Bryan Adams: "Very sad to hear about yet another great singer dying too young."
Brian May: "An amazing voice -- so distinctive and expressive... The music of The Bee Gees really has peaks as high as any mountain ever climbed by a pop-rock group. I played with the guys in the very first Prince's Trust concert at the Royal Albert Hall... We played that amazing track 'You Win Again.' It has an effortless majesty of rhythm and understated phrasing. Love it. Will never forget it. And The Bee Gees will never be forgotten. Real magic, and will remain immortal, as long as there are singers and songs."
Ringo Starr: "God bless him and God bless his family. The Bee Gees from our era were quite important, especially the harmonies... He had a great voice and they wrote great songs."
Ann Wilson: "Bless the brothers Gibb. Their family blend inspired many harmonies in the back of vans full of traveling musicians. They certainly taught us how to sing three-part harmonies and make them soar."
Graham Nash: "Robin Gibb was not only a fine musician but a true gentleman."