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1976 (MCMLXXVI) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar.


  • February: The single "Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)"/"Country Lanes" is released
  • February 3: "You Stepped Into My Life" is recorded
  • February 23: Maurice's first child, Adam, is born in England
  • February 26: "Walk Before You Run" is recorded


  • March: Maurice and his family move to Sussex, Isle of Man
  • March 25: "Love Me" is recorded



  • June 21: "You Should Be Dancing" is released in the UK



  • September: The single "Love So Right"/"You Stepped Into My Life" is released
  • September 1: Children of the World is released
  • September 4: "You Should Be Dancing" reaches No. 1 in the US
  • September 15: The single "You Should Be Dancing" is certified gold in the US
  • September 18: "Love So Right" enters the US charts
  • September 21: Children of the World is certified gold in the US


  • October 2: Children of the World enters the US album charts


  • November: Bee Gees shop opens on 57th Street in New York
  • November: Children of the World Tour begins in the US


  • December 2: Bee Gees thank the city that inspired "Nights on Broadway" by playing a sold out concert at Madison Square Garden and donating all proceeds to the Police Athletic League of New York
  • December 10: Concert in Omaha, Nebraska
  • December 20: Concert at The Forum in Los Angeles. The "Here at Last" live album was recorded.