It was a disco celebration for the sole surviving member of the Bee Gees. A star studded concert was held last night for 70 year old Barry Gibb. Today's artists performed their rendition of the biggest hits by the Bee Gees.
"Emotion" by American Idol's Katherine McPhee
Penatonix with an acapella version of "Too Much Heaven"
Country artist, Keith Urban crushed "To Love Somebody"
Even John Travolta took part in an ensemble version of "Stayin' Alive"
Don't forget to tune into Boomer Life on Tuesday, April 11th. April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and April 11th is World Parkinson's Day. Host, Joanne Sutton will be joined by a knowledgeable group of guests. Parkinson Society BC, CEO Jean Blake, Richard Mayede, a 49 year old Vancouver resident and a member of the Parkinson's Society BC board of directors, Dr. Martin McKeown who is Board Certified in neurology and final guest is Dr. Mischley who maintains a practice at Seattle Integrative Medicine focused on nutrition and neurological health.
Everyday heroes unite! Registration for Parkinson SuperWalk 2017 is now open
A Night of Music & Dancing in Support of Sight!
Making you move since 2003! From Motown to Memphis, New York and Beyond! Motown Meltdown is an unforgettable evening of soul, rhythm and blues that gets everybody moving. Hot-shot Canadian vocalists, backed by a scorching 12-piece band each bring style and flavour to their own solo tune!
The Motown songbook is as familiar to most people as nursery rhymes; "I Heard It Through The Grapevine", "Dancing In the Street", "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" - you can barely say the titles without singing them.
In March 2015, for the first time ever, Motown Meltdown took to the legendary Commodore Ballroom stage in support of Seva's eye care work - Giving sight to those in need, through the power of song. Join us again this year for another fantastic evening!
Including Solid Gold Soul from the West Coast to the ...