The Bee Gees singer underwent an undisclosed surgery and is expected to be back on stage for 'The Titanic Requiem'.
Robin Gibb underwent another surgery for his intestinal problem on Sunday, March 25 and was forced to cancel several more performances. A statement was released to the British media on Wednesday that the Bee Gees member is "currently recovering in hospital and therefore, for the time-being, all existing commitments prior to the Titanic Requiem concert, have had to be canceled."
Gibb was rushed to hospital in October last year for abdominal pain. A month later, his wife revealed that the singer had been diagnosed with colon and liver cancer. The 62-year-old pulled through the life-threatening situation and was back on the stage after saying he had a "spectacular" recovery. He was said in remission for the cancer earlier this month.
Meanwhile, Gibb had taken part in "The Titanic Requiem" which is conducted to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the luxury liner on April 15, 1912. It's Gibb's first classical work written with his son Robin-John. The concert will take place on April 10 at London's Central Hall, Westminster.