- Publish Date
- Wednesday, 18 May 2022, 3:52PM
It's hard to believe, but Friday will mark 10 years since the legendary Robin Gibb passed away at the age of 63, after a courageous cancer battle.
In honour of the anniversary, his musical prodigy, Alistair Griffin, has released a special song written by the Bee Gees singer.
The poignant song, called 'Forever Today,' was originally intended as the title track of a film has remained unreleased and unheard.
But now it’s finally getting a public airing – and we are loving that Robin's wonderful words and music are heard again.
Speaking about the song, Griffin said: "Getting to work with Robin was an amazing experience – not everyone gets to write with a Bee Gee.
"'Forever Today' is one of my most treasured songs. It's sat unreleased and unheard for years and now I think it’s time for people to hear it."
Griffin first got to know Gibb when he appeared on BBC TV's Fame Academy in 2003 - the star championed him throughout, regularly praising his voice and delivery.
The 44-year-old also went on the road with Gibb, performing alongside him on the Magnet Tour of Germany in 2005.