BEE GEE singer Robin Gibb has died, following his lengthy battle against cancer.
Mr Gibb, who lived in Thame, was 62.
His family said in a statement: "The family of Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees, announce with great sadness that Robin passed away today following his long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery."
Last year he underwent treatment for cancer of the colon. He was then diagnosed with liver cancer and again had treatment.
The Bee Gees' song catalogue, which includes Massachusetts, I've Gotta Get A Message To You, Lonely Days, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, How Deep Is Your Love and Stayin' Alive, led to their induction into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Gibb's twin brother Maurice died of a heart attack in 2003 following intestinal surgery.
The star fell into a coma last month after contracting pneumonia but his family later said he had "beaten the odds" just days after doctors said he "was in God's hands". At the time, his son Robin-John Gibb said his father was "completely compos mentis".
Doctors said they were "confounded" by the 62-year-old Gibb's progress after he was given a 10% chance of survival.
His family maintained a bedside vigil while he was been treated at a central London hospital. Gibb's relatives sang to him and wife Dwina said that he had cried when she played him the song Crying by Roy Orbison.
Gibb had surgery on his bowel 18 months ago for an unrelated condition but a tumour was discovered and he was diagnosed with cancer of the colon and subsequently of the liver.