Barry Gibb swung by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night and he got talked into playing a few songs during his interview. Jimmy Fallon is a huge music fan, so it's no surprise he pulled out a hidden guitar and asked if Gibb could play through a few tunes with him.
Perhaps as a tribute to the recently deceased Phil Everly, the two sang three Everly Brothers songs while Gibb strummed an open-tuned guitar. Fallon said he'd try to harmonize -- "Again, I'm a comedian... barely" -- but when they started into "Bye Bye Love," he was clearly just kidding. They sang beautifully and cut the song short to try a few others. They sang a charming version of "Wake Up Little Susie" before ending the impromtu jam with "All I Have to Do Is Dream." Not only was it a touching tribute, it was also nice to see two huge music fans sing a few songs just for fun. Watch the video above.