The Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb is having candid about his existence. 

Gibb — who is the sole surviving member of the Bee Gees — reflected on a quantity of topics which includes his upcoming audio, his relatives, The Bee Gees’ modern HBO documentary and his major daily life regret in a new job interview with Al Roker for “Now.” 

In talking on his new tunes, Gibb, 74, cited the decline of his brothers as to what motivated him to re-enter the studio when much more.

“Instantly staying on your personal, which is exactly where I ended up — no matter how significantly I skipped my brothers — I necessary to be lively,” Gibb revealed. “That was the greatest therapy [was] to get back in the saddle.”

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Robin Gibb died at the age of 62 in 2012 when Maurice Gibb was 53 when he died in 2003. Their younger brother, Andy Gibb, died at 30 in 1988.

1977: L-R: Brothers Robin, Barry and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. Barry Gibb is the sole surviving member of the group.

1977: L-R: Brothers Robin, Barry and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. Barry Gibb is the sole surviving member of the group.
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Very last thirty day period, Barry Gibb released “Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1.” It features some of the Bee Gees’ most significant hits reimagined as duets with some of country music’s most significant names.

“I experienced a desire about recording these tunes with the artists I admire the most in region tunes,” Gibb reported of the new music. “I’d appear and long gone from Nashville over the decades. I labored with Ricky Skaggs and that seriously acquired me bitten.”

He extra: “[And] Kelly Lang and T.G. Sheppard who are veteran recording artists in Nashville launched me to everyone else. I received to do the Grand Ole Opry and the Ryman [Auditorium]. I obtained to operate in individuals areas and engage in with other artists. So, yeah, it is been a very long time coming for me, but staying alone I was ready to opt for what my aspiration was and this was it.”

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Roker then requested Gibb about the reduction of his siblings. The musician noted that you study to settle for the reduction, but “by no means rather get above it.”

“My sister, who still lives in Australia, is continue to alive and kicking and she’s two years more mature than I am, so I guess the oldest brother does not essentially have to be the initial brother to go,” claimed Gibb. “There was a lot of shock—we misplaced Andy when he was 30.”

Gibb reveals that he has not seen the Bee Gees' HBO documentary.

Gibb reveals that he has not witnessed the Bee Gees’ HBO documentary.
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“You have to mature by it, master from it,” Gibb extra. “You go as a result of the grieving time period and then there is acceptance, but you by no means rather get above it… but the actuality is this is what transpires, and you do not know when and you really don’t know who it’s likely to take place to.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Roker touched upon the HBO documentary, “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Damaged Coronary heart,” and inquired about Gibb’s consider on the 2020 doc.

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“I haven’t witnessed it,” Gibb exposed. “I did the interviews, I did almost everything that was requested of me and I can’t vouch for anyone’s feeling in the documentary.”

“I did not want the burden or the worry of having all of that things in my head. I could not check out it, I couldn’t observe my spouse and children evaporate in a two-hour documentary,” Gibb reflected. “I noticed the initially slice, a tiny bit of the 1st minimize and I just stopped myself. No, simply cannot do it. Much too unfortunate.”

Gibb says his biggest regret was that he 'didn’t spend enough time with my brothers in their last days.'

Gibb states his most important regret was that he ‘didn’t commit adequate time with my brothers in their very last times.’
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At the stop of the interview, Roker requested Gibb if he had any regrets, to which the singer responded, “Oh, yeah!” with a big chortle.

“The biggest regret for me is that I did not invest sufficient time with my brothers in their very last times,” Gibb shared. “That is a regret.”

“I went to see Robin when I knew his time experienced operate out and Maurice was long gone within just two days. So the moment once more you can’t forecast these factors, it just transpired — and Andy, of system, was the initial [to go]. Devastating,” he reported.

Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report