Andy Gibb

Andy Gibb ( born March 5, 1958 as Andrew Roy Gibb in Manchester, England, † March 10, 1988 in Oxford, England ) was a British- Australian singer.


Andy Gibb was born the son of Hugh and Barbara Gibb. His mother was a singer, while his father ran a small orchestra.

His older brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb became known as the Bee Gees.

In 1979, Andy Gibb an appearance with the Bee Gees ( Spirits Having Flown tour ) but he himself was never a member of the group. Instead, he enjoyed great success as a solo singer. His first No. 1 hit in the U.S., he had in 1977 with the book written by his brother Barry Title I just want to be your everything. Between May 1977 to April 1978, he managed a total of three songs at the top of the U.S. charts. In addition, he was heard in 1978 as guest vocalists on the album Thoroughfare Gap by Stephen Stills.

In the following years he had more musical successes and came with his relationship with actress Victoria Principal in the media. Mid-1980s, they separated, and now drug-addicted Gibb was admitted to the Betty Ford clinic.

Gibb joined in early 1988 a new contract with the record company Iceland Records. Among the already scheduled recordings for his new record it but did not come because he was beginning in March 1988 admitted to the hospital, where he died on 10 March 1988 from the effects of myocarditis. He was interred in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Hollywood.


Before Gibb left Australia, he married his girlfriend, Kim Reeder. When their daughter, Peta Jaye who was born on January 25, 1978, Gibb had been living apart from his wife and settled in the course of divorce. Gibb met his daughter only once in 1981. His daughter Peta J. Reeder- Gibb breeds Staffordshire Bull Terrier and is a respected judge at dog shows in New South Wales, Australia.

Discography ( Singles )