Andy Gibb


Andy Gibb

Manchester, Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
Death 10 Mar 1988 (aged 30)
Oxford, City of Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
Burial Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot Courts of Remembrance section, Map #E26 (Wall Elevation 26), Single Wall Crypt 2534, outside and facing the Serenity section
Memorial ID 1206 View Source
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Singer. Born Andrew Roy Gibb, he was a 1980s pop icon and musician. His three older brothers formed the Bee Gees singing group, and Gibb was considered to join them before he chose to go his own way. He first appeared with the short-lived band Melody Fayre. As a solo artist he had three consecutive number one hits with "I Just Want to Be Your Everything", "(Love Is) Thicker Than Water", and "Shadow Dancing". This was the first time a male solo artist had three consecutive number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100. He also released three albums: "Flowing Rivers" (1977) and "Shadow Dancing" (1978) went Platinum, and his last, "After Dark", went Gold. His later career included making TV appearances as a guest star. Gibb died five days after his 30th birthday from myocarditis.

Bio by: Ben Jacobson



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