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This award has significance as an illustration of the success of the Bee Gees in the Australian market. The Bee Gees were voted Most Popular Overseas Group at the 1972 King of Pop awards. This award was determined by popular vote conducted through ‘TV Week’ magazine.
The Bee Gees (Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb) lived in Australia for just eight years. In 1963 the Gibbs moved from Brisbane to Sydney, after being discovered on the Gold Coast by Col Joye. They appeared on TV’s ‘Bandstand’ and, wit...
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