Bee Gees star Robin Gibb to make second stage comeback in April
Published Mar 7 2012, 18:39 GMT | By Paul Millar Robin Gibb
has announced that he is to make his second stage performance following his so-far successful
battle with cancer next month.
The Bee Gees singer, who was diagnosed with liver cancer
last year, will sing his new song 'Don't Cry Alone' in London's Concert Hall, Westminster on April 10.
The 62-year-old will be appearing as part of the world premiere of his debut classical score, The Titanic Requiem
, written alongside son RJ, and performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Speaking about the premiere of his classical work, the star said: "RJ and myself are thrilled to see our Titanic Requiem Premiere performed in full at the Central Hall in Westminster.
"I feel great, and I'm particularly excited about performing this brand new song and to have such special guests joining me on stage with the RPO makes this the realisation of a dream."
Gibb received a standing ovation
for his first post-cancer gig last month.
Listen to Robin Gibb's new song 'Don't Cry Alone' below: