With Barry Gibb right in front of them, Pentatonix tribute to Bee Gees classic had crowd roaring


The beloved Bee Gees recently were highlighted in a special television show called, “Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees.” The tribute was incredible with everyone’s favorite Bee Gees songs being performed by famous artists. But it was one particular performance in front of a packed house that had everyone in the crowd and those watching at home going wild.

Pentatonix is known for its incredible a cappella harmonies. When they took the stage during the Bee Gees special, people were floored. Pentatonix might have had the most incredible performance of the evening. The five-piece group performed the Bee Gees song “Too Much Heaven” not just for the audience, but for Barry Gibb who was seated directly in front of them.

Pentatonix member Kristen Maldonado said the group members were so nervous, especially with the legendary Barry Gibb 10 feet away. But they all agreed it was a wonderful honor to be selected to perform his music during the tribute show. Because the Bee Gees have incredible and solid harmonies, it was only perfect that Pentatonix performed during the special. In case you missed the airing, here’s your chance to listen to Pentatonix and their amazing rendition of “Too Much Heaven.”

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