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Did You Know: “You Should Be Dancing” By Bee Gees

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Jim-Carson Jim Carson
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Your ‘Tickets @ 2′ song of the day is “You Should Be Dancing” by the Bee Gees.

A hit in 1976, it regained popularity when it was used in the movie Saturday Night Fever two years later. It plays in the famous scene where John Travolta takes over the dance floor.

By the way Barry Gibb, the sole remaining member of the Bee Gees, is paying tribute to his brother Robin with a moving video posted on YouTube.

Simply titled “Bodding,” which, according to the UK’s Daily Mirror, was Robin’s nickname, the video features home-movie footage of the brothers Gibb as children, as well as behind the scenes clips from throughout their career.

You can watch Barry’s video tribute to Robin by clicking here.

When you hear “You Should Be Dancing” play between two and three we’ll take caller #14 to win a pair of tickets to see Al Green under the stars at the Greek Theatre. Call 1-800-232-KRTH.(5784) to win!

 

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