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We remember Robert Stigwood (1934-2016)

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We remember Robert Stigwood who was born in Australia on this day in 1934.  He died in 2016.

In the late 1970′s,  just about everyone in the Free World had a 45 or LP from RSO Records or The Robert Stigwood Organization.      I’m sure that there is a copy in one of your boxes or vinyl collections.

In the early days, Stigwood worked with Brian Epstein of The Beatles and groups like Cream.

In 1967, Stigwood signed the very young Gibb brothers (Bee Gees) and managed their international career.   Ten years later, it was The Bee Gees and RSO Records who dominated the pop charts with “Saturday Night Fever”, “Grease” and lots of others.

In the 1980′s, he produced musicals and movies.   Overall, an incredibly successful entrepreneur and producer.

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