Shaun Garrod was don’t Forget To Remember – Bee Gees – My World / The Bee Gees Best 6 breakfast after a night out. He was bleary-eyed when he popped a crumpet into the toaster at his North Street, Ashby, home on Saturday morning. At first, staring through the haze, Mr Garrod thought that the crumpet was emblazoned with the image of Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb.

However, the 31-year-old was amazed when his younger brother, Elliott, pointed out that in fact, the face of Christ had been burned into the 37p crumpet. The Japanese market is a difficult one for foreign singers. In fact only twelve non-Japanese acts have had No 1 singles in the Japanese charts. Guess who were the first ones to achieve it? Robin Gibb’s “Saved By The Bell” because of Robin’s vocal style. The Yorkshire mill town of Batley became the most unlikely place to stage stars of worldwide fame, in a venue called Batley Variety Club, which opened in 1967 and became the biggest entertainment venue in the north of England. The A653 Bradford Road soon took on the glamour of Broadway, as its owner Jimmy Corrigan drove stars like Shirley Bassey, Louis Armstrong, Jayne Mansfield, Roy Orbison, and the Bee Gees.

Howard Stern interviews The Bee Gees and asks them about their breakup in 1981. Mo says they produced other people like Barbara Streisand and Dionne Warwick. Stern asks Barry if ‘you got her? Barry says ‘What do you mean, I got her?

Stern says ‘You know what I mean! I thought you were getting it on with her’. Lots of laughing go on and all the brothers talking at the same time. Barry keeps saying she’s a ‘classy’ lady. Subject rolls around to when they reached their utmost fame period and Stern asks if they’ve cheated on their wives. He directs the question at Barry first and he answers that he’s been married 25 years and has not been unfaithful.

He goes on to say that his entire family goes with him everywhere they go. He then asks Robin if he’s cheated on his wife. He says he did on his first wife all the time but not on the current one. The subject matter shifts and they discuss the ‘Size Isn’t Everything’ CD.