On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Barry Gibb joined the host in recreating a classic children’s TV show segment that they called “Silhouette Singing.”
Barry came on the show to promote his first album in 32 years, In the Now, and sing the title track, but he also joined Fallon for a little schoolyard fun.
For the segment, Fallon dressed up as Barry Gibb from the ’70s, while Barry, who’s now in his 70s, dressed up as himself present-day. The two sang head-to-head, sounding out words, just like on The Electric Company.
At the start of the song, they sounded out simple words, but after a while they spiced up the tune with some classic Bee Gees riffs.
All of the words had a fall motif, and for the end of the duet, they remade a classic trick-or-treat song to wish everyone a Happy Halloween.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on NBC.
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