London, May 21 (ANI): Former Bee Gees member Vince Melouney has expressed grief over the tragic death of Robin Gibb, saying that the singer had music "in his blood."
Gibb died on Sunday after a long battle with colon and liver cancer at the age of 62.
Melouney, who played with the group for two years during the 1960s, said Gibb and his brothers had a natural talent that allowed them to write hit songs with ease.
The guitarist said he would always remember the musician for his "wonderful sense of humour", which reduced the rest of the band to hysterics while on tour.
He recalled his time touring with Gibb and his two brothers Maurice and Barry.
"They had it in their blood from the word go," the Telegraph quoted him as saying on BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
"They would pick a guitar up in the morning and they would sing all day. They were on it all the time, they loved it, it just flowed like natural for them."
"I followed their career because I left the band on good terms and I was very proud to have been part of their amazing career. I was very happy for them.
"Robin was a wonderful fellow, really warm, a lovely man and he really had wonderful sense of humour. He will be sadly missed," he said. (ANI)