More than two decades after Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb gave disco fans the fever, the Bee Gees are stayin' alive for "One Night Only."

The brothers announced the release of their new live album Wednesday, commemorating 30 years of hits. "One Night Only," recorded at their only U.S. concert last year, is due in stores Sept. 7."We have to make music we love," Robin Gibb said in Miami Beach. "If you do something you love, other people might latch on to it."

The brothers were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.