The Bee Gees recordings of the late '80s and early '90s don't get the attention the brothers' dance classics of the mid and late '70s or their rock ballads of the '60s and early '70s do. That might change April 15th with the release of The Warner Brothers Years. The three albums of that period will be beefed up with outtakes, extended versions and rare demos, plus the first-ever complete release of the concert recording One for All, to become a five-CD set chronicling 1987 through '91.

Exactly a month later on May 15th, Barry Gibb will launch the American leg of his Mythology tour at TD Garden in Boston.