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Randy Jones Live: Tribute to the Bee Gees
By Maria Esteves – June 5, 2012
The Sunday Night Fever special tribute to the Bee Gees with host Award-winning pop icon Randy Jones (Original Village People Cowboy) commenced Sunday, June 3, 2012, 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM at SPLASH nightclub, New York. Renowned resident DJ Max Rodriguez showcased powerful Disco hits before a dance audience, from the Bee Gees to Culture Club to Donna Summer to the Village People, and many others.
The sensational Randy Jones live performance included a remixed version of the 1977 Bee Gees Disco hit “If I Can’t Have You,” Donna Summer’s “After All the Loves of My Life,” and by dance audience popular request Village People’s “Y.M.C.A.” Experience the closing of Sunday Night Fever with host Randy Jones on Sunday, June 10th.
The British musical group Bee Gees (Gibb brothers Andy, Barry, fraternal twins: Maurice, Robin) became an international Disco phenomenon with their American soundtrack album from the blockbuster film Saturday Night Fever (1977), directed John Badham. In 1997, The Bee Gees were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. On Sunday, May 20, 2012 singer Robin Gibb died after a prolonged bout of cancer.
Randy Jones, an actor, author, American Music Award winner and multi-platinum recording artist, is the original Cowboy and a founding member of Village People. In his career spanning four decades before, with and since Village People, he has sold more than 100 million units. Perhaps best known for his hits with the group, like "Macho Man", "In the Navy, and "Y.M.C.A," he has earned 65 Gold and Platinum record certificates, toured worldwide, starred in the camp classic film, "Can't Stop the Music", made the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine and in 2008, garnered a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
Continuing a career as an actor, singer and dancer, Jones has released solo CDs (most recently “Ticket to the World”, 2008 and "Your Disco Needs You!", 2011). He performs internationally his own solo concerts and has appeared onstage in musicals and plays in New York City and elsewhere, including "When Joey Married Bobby", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", "Music Man", “Chicago”, "The Madonna Whore: Confessions of a Dirty Mind", "Carousel", "Oklahoma!", "Applause", "Barefoot in the Park", "Hello Dolly!", “Camelot, and "42nd Street", among many others. Included in the motion pictures in which he can be seen are "Tales of Poe"(2012), "Against the Wind” (in which he portrays the American President), "An Affirmative Act", "BearCity", "The Gentleman”, "Three Long Years", "Beyond the Facade", "A Tale About Bootlegging", “My Guaranteed Student Loan", "Violet Tendencies" and "Can't Stop the Music".
He appears in various documentaries such as HBO's "The Strange History of Don't Ask, Don't Tell", the History Channel's "'70's FEVER!", BBC4's "The Joy of Disco", "Roxy: The Last Dance", "When Ocean Meets Sky", "Disco: Spinning the Story", VH-1's RockDoc "NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell", "The Godfather of Disco", "Behind the Music", VH1's "Sex: The Revolution" and others as narrator and interview subject. He is featured in the 2009 season of HBO's hit comedy series, "Flight of the Conchords" directed by Oscar winner Michel Gondry. And for the first time, he creates a new character in the popular video game, POSTAL 3, debuting in 2012.
He has been featured on the covers and in the pages of countless magazines and publications around the globe in every language including RollingStone, People, TIME, GQ, Vanity Fair, US, Paris Match, The New York Post and The New York Times. Along with John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and Roy Rogers, Randy Jones was listed as one of the Great Pop Culture Cowboys by Entertainment Weekly in honor of National Cowboy Day July 26. He is featured in SWINDLE Magazine as one of the ICONS of 2008 as well as the 35th Anniversary of PLAYGIRL Magazine. He is the co-author of "Macho Man", a new book published by Greenwood/Prager/ABC/Clio Publishers.
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