Dolly Lee Parton and Barry Gibb remake B Gees’ classic ‘Words’

The single was released on Friday and Gibb’s upcoming album “Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Part 1.” Will be included in The album will be released on January 8.

Parton and Gibb unveiled the couple via a short teaser video posted on both their Twitter accounts.

“Happy New Year everyone! So excited to share # keywords with all of you. લી Dollyparton and I had so much fun singing with this song from my new album #Greenfields,” Gibbe wrote.

The song is now available on all streaming services. The “words” were originally introduced by B. Geez in 1968.

The “Greenfields” album is inspired by Gibb’s love of bluegrass and country music. Recorded in Nashville, it contains new versions of songs written by the Gibb brothers. Gibb collaborates with many artists on the album, including Livia Newton-John, Cheryl Crow, Jason Isbel, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban and Brandi Kareli.

Gibb’s last album was released in 2016. He is the only surviving member of B. Geese, a group he formed in the early 1960s with his brothers Robin and Maurice.

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Rob bin Gibb died in 2012 after a long battle with cancer. Maurice Gibb was born in 2003 in a congenital condition that caused a twist in his small intestine, which cut off access to the blood supply.

Involved in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, B. Geese sold over 200 million albums. His soundtrack album for “Saturday Night Fever” was the best-selling album until this difference was claimed by Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ in the 1980s.

“Saturday Night Fever” and the group’s 1979 album “Spirits Having Fly” received six No. 1 hits, becoming the only group in pop history to write, create, and record multiple chart-topping singles. ” Hall of Fame.