The Bee Gees' Robin Gibb In a Coma in London

Robin Gibb

Rolling Stone and other media sources report today that the BeeGees’ Robin Gibb lies in a coma at a London hospital, suffering from pneumonia, “seriously ill” according to the legendary singer’s son. Gibb has long been in poor health, undergoing surgery for liver cancer in March. Gibb remains active in the world of music, recently releasing his album The Titanic Requiem, an orchestral work uniting him with his son RJ as the two performed with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the RSVP Voices choir.

You can hear a performance of the song “Don’t Cry Alone” from the new album below, along with a medley of the Bee Gees’ most famous hits, performed by the band during its 1997 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.