With worldwide sales of over 220 million records, the Bee Gees are the 6th bestselling music artists in history. Now—for the first time ever—acclaimed musician Dennis Bryon tells the story of how he became the Bee Gees drummer for 8 years during their peak period, including the Saturday Night Fever explosion, in his new book You Should Be Dancing: My Life with the Bee Gees (ECW Press, August 1, 2015).
Dennis goes behind the scenes to present never-before-told stories of his experience on one of
the wildest rides in pop/rock history. Along the way, he shares his unforgettable personal encounters with many of the world’s most famous musicians, including the Bee Gees themselves, Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix, Stephen Stills, Olivia Newton-John, Andy Gibb, and Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys.
Peppered with photographs from Dennis’s personal collection and rare Bee Gees memorabilia, You Should Be Dancing is a must-have for any Bee Gees fan, drummer, or pop/rock junkie.
Dennis Bryon is the acclaimed drummer who first tasted success with Amen Corner, the celebrated Welsh rock band that had six hits in the U.K., including a number one. In 1973, Dennis joined the Bee Gees and played drums on nine #1 singles and on the 40-million-copy album Saturday Night Fever. Dennis lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
"It’s all here — the gold, the glory and the groove! This book is essential reading for anyone who loves music, history, and the adventure we call life." — Zoro, award-winning drummer for Lenny Kravitz, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, and Bobby Brown
"You Should Be Dancing: My Life with the Bee Gees is an engaging and fun insider’s look at an important time in music history, as chronicled by the drummer of one of rock’s most iconic bands. Dennis Bryon’s charismatic autobiography features history, insights, and stories from his captivating adventure, and we are enveloped, once again, in the unique and wonderful music we’ve loved and celebrated throughout our lives." — Marley Brant, author of Tales from the Rock 'n' Roll Highway