I recently read Josh Eells article on Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees in this month's issue of Rolling Stone. Although I admit to not being a huge fan of the Bee Gees, I do have my favorites such as their first hit, New York Mining Disaster, and Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You, among them, I found the article  on Barry Gibb most interesting.Going from the most popular band in the world to next to nothing, along with the suffering Barry went through with the loss of his two brothers, can't help but move you. His future plans to keep the Bee Gees sound alive by going on tour this summer, sounds promising, and the almost daily outpouring of Bee Gees fans and mail makes it seem that a tour would be gratifying not only for the fans, but also Barry Gibb himself.