Top Quotes from Robert Stigwood

We believe in working hard and having fun at the same time. It’s a way of life for me, and I feel tremendous.

Robert Stigwood

When I was managing Cream and the Bee Gees at the same time – when they were playing stadiums all over the world – it was very wearing.

Robert Stigwood

The essence of my way of doing business is to not accept the traditional way things are done.

Robert Stigwood

Most young people want to get out of the environment they grow up in, move on, and do something. The big question for everyone is what they want to do and how. It’s something that most young people feel.

Robert Stigwood

I tend to live my life on planes, and I don’t separate my social life and my business life.

Robert Stigwood

I love the sea, and I never mind when it’s rough.

Robert Stigwood

I feel very lucky to have the freedom to do the things I want to do. And as I say, my clients are all my friends as well.

Robert Stigwood

I guess I’m a socialist at heart.

Robert Stigwood

I believe Mel Gibson is an extraordinary talent.

Robert Stigwood

I regard my organization as one big family.

Robert Stigwood

The critics don’t bother me.

Robert Stigwood

Seeing something go from concept to execution is a thrill to me.

Robert Stigwood

Anything to do with the Beatles is very complicated.

Robert Stigwood

The intelligent use of contemporary music in film has an enormous audience.

Robert Stigwood

What do kids do? They go to movies, and they go to rock concerts.

Robert Stigwood

I try to examine everything to see if there’s another approach.

Robert Stigwood

I was a convert to Catholicism, and converts are much more devout.

Robert Stigwood

To be a good personal manager, you have to be on the case, holding pop stars’ hands.

Robert Stigwood

I can’t hold a tune at all.

Robert Stigwood

I’ll remain an individual, and as long as I get excited about something, I’ll do it.

Robert Stigwood

To be in the wonderful world of entertainment, you have to be optimistic.

Robert Stigwood

Some wonderful things have taken 10 years to make.

Robert Stigwood