At its best, Stayin’ Alive hits Bee Gees’ high notes

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Posted: Sunday, October 27, 2013 12:00 am

Any Bee Gees tribute band would face a difficult challenge reaching the vocal stratosphere where Barry Gibb’s voice lived during the group’s 1970s superstardom.

So did Tony Mattina meet the standard Saturday night as he, taking on Barry’s vocals for the Canadian-based trio Stayin’ Alive, and fellow “Brothers Gibb” Todd Sharman (Robin) and Joseph Janisse (Maurice) presented 26 Bee Gees hits with the Omaha Symphony?

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