The Bee Gees pictures are probably about the first concert pictures, that I ever took. I took pictures with my 110 film camera,
and even filmed bits of the show, with an 8mm film color movie camera. I also had a complete tape recording of this show
but it got lost over the years. At one point on the film, This was a great show and probably the first of my concert pictures.
Below:  2006: See my New Pictures of the first Barry Gibb middle Tennessee
appearance, since buying the home of Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash,
at a
Hendersonville High School Tornado Relief Benefit Show
Barry Gibb performs the Bee Gee's song "To Love Somebody"
See More Pictures from this 2006 show
Pictures by Pat Adams
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Municipal Auditorium
Built in the early 60's, it was Nashville's
main concert venue in the 1960's &
1970's. Elvis Presley, Rolling Stones,
Led Zeppelin, Jackson Five and
others have performed here.
Although newer venue's have been
built in Nashville, the Municipal
Auditorium continues to host
concerts and other events
The BeeGees Videos
Website by Pat Adams - Email: pat@tennesseeconcerts.com
The BeeGees In Nashville
Municipal Auditorium - Saturday August 28, 1971
Pictures by Pat Adams - Click on Pictures to Enlarge
Barry
Gibb
Robin
Gibb
Maurice
Gibb
MY OWN RARE FOOTAGE OF THE BEEGEES IN NASHVILLE
My own rare footage of The BeeGees at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium
from a 1971 concert. I took this footage with an old 8mm film camera.
The video does  not have sound. This is the only known footage of the
BeeGees in Nashville. Video by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts.com
Our 2006 footage of Barry Gibb in Hendersonville Tennessee
This is video from a May 1, 2006 Tornado Relief Concert
with special guest Barry Gibb at Hendersonville High School
Video by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts
The BeeGees at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium The concert took place in September of 1971.
They began their set with "New York Mining Disaster 1941", performing all of their 1960's hits,
plus current 1971 hits "Lonely Days" & "How Can Mend A Broken Heart".
Backing the band was a thirty-piece orchestra from the Nashville Symphony.
The opening band (not shown) was Tin Tin (Toast & Marmalade)