Andy Gibb was born in Manchester, England in March 1958 and passed away in March 1988.
Andy was the younger brother of Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees.
I'd send him off to school, but he'd sneak off to the stable and sleep with his two horses all day. According to producer and film director Tom Kennedy described Andy's personality on his childhood: He quit school at the age of 13, and with an acoustic guitar given to him by his older brother Barry, he began playing at tourist clubs around Ibiza, Spain (when his parents moved there), and later in the Isle of Man, his brothers' birthplace, where his parents were living at the time.
Internationally known singer popular for #1 singles such as "I Just Want to Be Your Everything," "(Love Is) Thicker Than Water," and "Shadow Dancing." He quit school at the age of 13 and went on to form his first group called Melody Fayre in June of 1974.
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Andrew Roy Gibb was born on March 5, 1958 in Manchester, England.Andy formed his first group, Melody Fayre (named after a Bee Gees' song) which included Isle of Man musicians John Alderson (guitar) and John Stringer (drums). The group had regular bookings on the small island's hotel circuit.Andy's first recording, in early 1974, was a Maurice Gibb composition, "My Father Was a Reb" which Maurice also produced and played on. At the urging of his brother Barry, Andy returned to Australia in 1974.Sanjaya Malakar has survived another week in the "American Idol" labyrinth.Thank Howard Stern or worry about the young lady who vows a hunger strike until he's voted off (check her act at It was certified Platinum in the United States and Gold in Canada and the album reached #4 in Sweden.