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Who Inherited The Bee Gees Money?

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The Bee Gees who were affectionately called the BG were simply the best musical group in the late 50’s. Formed by family brothers, Maurice Gibb, Robin and Barry, the three brothers made it a point to speak to their audience through their music.

The Bee Gees was an iconic British-Australian pop group, that embarked on its musical journey in 1958.

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Born on the Isle of Man, the Gibb brothers moved to Australia in the early 1960s, where they began their career as a pop and rock band. The Bee Gees’ early hits like “To Love Somebody” and “Massachusetts” showcased their incredible vocal chemistry and songwriting prowess.

However, fame often comes with its own challenges, and internal conflicts led to the Bee Gees’ separation in the late 1960s. Each brother pursued solo projects while they separated but still came together to make the best collaborations when the need arose.

Who Inherited The Bee Gees Money?

The Bee Gee did only make a huge name and mass following for themselves. They also amassed wealth with their beautiful voices. Until Gibbs passing, he was able to gain many assets to his name through his hard work in the music industry.

Now to answer the question, of who inherited Bee Gees money, it has been confirmed that his wife, Mrs. Gibbs is in charge of all that he left though the money has been put in a trust fund for his children, Melissa and Spencer who can inherit them after the death of Mrs. Gibbs.

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