As of 2001, Hall of famer Barry Gibb battled arthritis.
“You can see it in my hands. This thumb is out of its socket. There’s already a knuckle gone”, he had said at the time.
How is Barry Gibb’s health in 2023?
Gibb is currently in good health.
About Barry Gibb
Barry Gibb, a British musical icon, soared to global acclaim as a member of the legendary Bee Gees.
Renowned for his extensive vocal range and distinctive high-pitched falsetto, Gibb’s musical journey spans over 60 years.
A prolific songwriter, he shares the Billboard Hot 100 record for most consecutive number ones with Lennon and McCartney, boasting an impressive sixteen chart-toppers.
In 1994, Gibb, alongside his brothers, secured a place in the Songwriters Hall of Fame, followed by a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction in 1997.
Q magazine further honored him, ranking Gibb 38th among the “100 Greatest Singers” in 2007.
Guinness World Records recognizes him as the second most successful songwriter in history.
Gibb’s contributions to music and charity were acknowledged with a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2002 and a Knight Bachelor in 2018.
His legacy continues, marked by an Honorary Companion of the Order of Australia in 2022.