British-American musician and youngest brother of the pop group "The Bee Gees." Under the protection of his older brothers, Barry, Maurice and Robin, he was known as the baby Bee Gee.
He skyrocketed to become a teen sensation in the '70s, selling 15 million records worldwide by age 21.
It is his first visit here since Robin’s funeral in June last year.‘During the last five years, Robin and I could not connect in any way. If something like that is ever diagnosed with me, I’ll find the funniest, most humorous way of checking out.
A similar situation, I can imagine, would probably be Lennon and Mc Cartney. The fact that you couldn’t get over obstacles or issues in your life. Absolutely I will not be lying in a bed stuck on life support.‘There was so much more to us, but we didn’t see it.
Andy Gibb died in 1988 at the age of 30 from the heart condition myocarditis.The Bee Gees went on to sell more than 200 million records worldwide, and Andy had a successful solo career with several top 10 singles.Bee Gees Rank Third Among Groups for Most Hot 100 No.He was the only performer ever to have his first three singles reach the top of the charts at No. Gibb was the son of Hugh, an ex-drummer and band leader and Barbara, a former big-band singer.The family emigrated to Australia when Andy was six months old, then moved back to England in 1967 in response to rising popularity of his brothers' group, "The Bee Gees." The family then took up residence on the island of Ibiza, off the coast of Spain in 1970 where brother Barry gave 12 year old Andy a guitar.