Blue and his Heroes

My ‘Unsung Heroes’ Alan Kendal (guitar) and Dennis Bryon(drums). I have to thank these guys, without them it would not have been possible. Along with Maurice Gibb(bass & vocals), Robin Gibb(vocals) and Barry Gibb(rhythm guitar & vocals) we created the most amazing music that has survived the test of time…

Spirits Having Flown Tour 1979

As a member of the ‘Bee Gees’ from 1975 – 1981 Blue played keyboards, produced and wrote songs. He was called upon along with Alan and Dennis to help change and create a more contemporary sound which started with the ‘Main Course’ album and the legendary ‘Jive Talkin’ that album went on to produce 3 number one singles the same happened with the next album ‘Children Of The World’ and then came ‘Saturday Night Weaver’ and one of the most beautiful ballads ever written ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ but that’s another story that will be told one day…

3 Replies to “Blue and his Heroes”

  1. I remember Alan Kendall as a greatly admired guitar player in local bands around Burnley and Nelson in Lancashire back in the mid-60’s when I started out playing in bands. People reckoned that his version of Clapton’s version of “Steppin’ out” was the best ever! What happened to Alan after the Bee Gees and where is he these days?

    1. Alan became a great Steel player but now prefers to enjoy life in Florida aboard his boat. He has been invited to join the ‘Massachusetts’ musical review that tours Europe with the Egiziano Brothers, Vince Melouney, Dennis Bryon and Blue Weaver as guests but I think prefers now a more relaxed lifestyle…

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