Robin Gibb, a member of the singing group Bee Gees, succumbed to cancer at the age of 62 on May 20, 2012.
The singer was diagnosed with colon and liver cancer two years ago. While recovering, another tumor developed and his condition was further complicated by a case of pneumonia.
He fell into a comma last month but regained consciousness after two weeks.
Robin co-founded Bee Gees with his twin brother Maurice and older brother Barry during the 1960s. A dispute led him to leave the group to become a solo performer but didn’t succeed. His brothers also tried to continue performing as a group but also faltered.
They later got back together as a group in 1971, and it was Robin who made the first move to reunite.
The group is considered as a big part of the disco era. Only Barry, however, is the only remaining member of the Bee Gees. Maurice passed away in 2003 from a heart attack.