"How Deep is Your Love" for the Bee Gees' biggest hits? From "Jive Talking" to "You Should Be Dancing," "Night Fever" and many more, you'll have the chance to relive the disco magic with a special show coming to Savannah.
On March 2, for one night only, tribute band Stayin' Alive Canada boogies into the Lucas Theatre.
The show features Tony Mattina, Todd Sharman and George Manz. Sharman says the Toronto musicians have been together for six years.
Sharman admits he gravitated to rock after picking up the guitar at an early age - he also plays in a Tom Petty tribute band - but the disco sounds of the Bee Gees quickly grew on him.
"Once you start learning the songs, you appreciate their songwriting," he says. "These songs really stand the test of time."
And while the guys are backed by another stellar group of professional musicians, Sharman is quick to note, "We don't try to be them."
"If we look like them, it's out of luck. We do dress according to the look, but we don't necessarily try to mimic their show. â€¦ I tried that before in other shows and it doesn't come across right because you run the risk of making a parody of it."
He adds that video projections and song selections span the Bee Gees' years of music.
"â€¦ Typically, in our shows we try to do a panoramic view of their careers. We start with a little bit of their early stuff â€¦ By the end of the evening, everyone is up dancing and singing.
"We try not to mimic them personality-wise - but sound-wise we sound like them. â€¦ Everyone seems to really love the show."
IF YOU GO
What: Stayin' Alive Canada
When: 7:30 p.m. March 2
Where: Lucas Theatre, 32 Abercorn St.
Info: savannahboxoffice.com, stayinalivetribute.com