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Night Fever

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Night Fever

For over forty years, a time span more than any other group in pop history, the Bee Gees have been outwitting the international music scene with their incredible tenacity to remain current through all time spans of contemporary music. The precise harmonies of the brothers Gibb have made the Bee Gees one of the most impossible attractions to reproduce until "Night Fever". The falsetto vocal match and authentic look of John Acosta, Joe Varga and Carm Castiglione allow you to re-live those great memories of the 70's. Recapture the sounds of the Bee Gees and take a trip down memory lane with some of their biggest hits, “How Deep is Your Love”, “Jive Talkin” and “You Should be Dancin”!

The three Bee Gee's characters are backed by a live band (guitar, bass & drums), 2 backup singers, 1 electric violinist and full symphony orchestra! Complete with authentic costumes, and concert lighting, this 9-piece show performs 20 or more of the Bee Gee's hits.

"Night Fever" has been scored and arranged for full symphony orchestra and performs with arranger and conductor Ross Daly. The symphony show can also double-bill with ABBA-Mania or other featured tribute guests such as Tina Turner; Rod Stewart, Neil Diamond, etc.


Musically and vocally superb, this show is sure not to be missed!
 
The Bee Gee's Tribute - Night Fever has performed with the following Symphony Orchestras:
  • TBA Your Symphony Orchestra!
  • San Diego Symphony (San Diego, California, USA)
  • Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)
  • Members of the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony Orchestra (Kitchener, Ontario, Canada)
  • Members of the Korean-Canadian Symphony Orchestra (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
  • Members of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)


Boulevard Casino - Red Robinson Theatre - Vancouver, BC

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Bios


Carm, Joe & John

Joe Varga: "Robin Gibb"

Joe Varga was introduced to the world of music at the young age of 5 with a set of drums bought from a local department store. From that point onward, Joe started exploring music with guitar, bass, and vocals. At the Age of 10 his father started taking him to see live concerts and his first major concert, ironically enough, was the "Bee Gees"!

Joe was so intrigued with live music that he was instantly hooked! He then teamed up with a couple of childhood school friends and started a band. The music really started to flow! Joe honed in on his craft playing bass and lead vocals to such bands as Beatles, Rush, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, etc. From 1992 to 1997, Joe landed a major record deal with his band under the name "Varga". They produced two CD's and toured extensively in Canada and the United States.

Currently, Joe is performing the part of Robin Gibb in the Bee Gees tribute show "Night Fever" and has done so for the past 10 years!

John Acosta: "Barry Gibb"

Artist/Songwriter/Producer John Acosta is recognized as a prolific and versatile songwriter and live performer. His career began as one half of a pop duo "AcostaRussell", and becoming an EMI staff songwriter/producer having songs cuts on EMI/ARISTA's Pop duo "SKY". Their double Platinum "Piece of Paradise" LP included his hit single "All I Want". He also wrote and produced songs for: Popstars , Sugar Jones, Velvet Empire, Canadian Idol , Carol Welsman, George Lamond, and Eduardo del Prado for Warner Bros France.

Recently, John scored 2 song cuts, plus production work, on Japan's recording pop artist/actor "Yamashito Tomahisa" debut CD, and "Oh Baby" on AZU's BMG Japans records. John's Personal quote: "Play and write whatever you want, but make it count!"

John portrays Barry Gibb in the stage production "Night Fever" with passion and a zest for detail like no other!

Carm Castiglione: "Maurice Gibb"

Carm is a multi-instrumentalist and singer with extensive performance experience spanning 25 years, including a wide range of genres such as Jazz, Classical, Ethnic and Rock. His musical studies began as a child through classical training on the accordion. Over the years he became proficient on other instruments including piano, guitar and voice. Carm earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Brock University focusing his studies mainly on choral music and composition. He was on the Dean's honour list in 1992 and earned a scholarship for obtaining the highest grade point average in his music class. He is currently a secondary school music teacher with 17 years of experience. When not performing or teaching, Carm devotes a considerable amount of time to composing and arranging music. Carm performs the role of Maurice Gibb in the tribute to the Bee Gees "Night Fever".

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Reviews


April 10, 2010

"My Dad and I attended the Night Fever concert [at the Port Theatre] in Nanaimo, BC [Canada] (they played with "Abbamania" and just wanted to say that it was an amazing concert. We were just looking at a Bee Gees version of "To Love Somebody" and my Dad and I agree that John Acosta's rendition in Nanaimo was much better than what Barry Gibb himself sung back in the day! Can you pass this message along to the band please? We will be looking forward to when they return to BC!"

Jo-Anne (and her father Bruce)

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YouTube Comments


"I love these guys! I saw them last night. They have the most amazing voices!"

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Song List


Alone
Emotion
Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
Grease
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
How Deep Is Your Love
I Started A Joke
I've Gotta Get A Message To You
If I Can't Have You
Islands In The Stream
Jive Talkin'
Lonely Days
Love You Inside And Out
Massachusetts
More Than A Woman
New York Mining Disaster 1941
Night Fever
Nights On Broadway
One
Run To Me
Stayin' Alive
To Love Somebody
Too Much Heaven
Tragedy
Words
You Should Be Dancing

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