This biography presents the story of the Bee Gees, one of the most popular music groups of the 1970s. The three English brothers, Maurice, Robin, and Barry Gibb, became household names and the idols of teenagers in America, Britain, and Australia. The program chronicles their intercontinental success with archival film footage. Later, during the Disco era, their star faded, and they turned to songwriting to stay in the music business. The three music icons discuss the death of their brother, Andy, and the impact it had on their lives and careers.