Friday, March 10, 2017

1988: Andy Gibb died at age 30


Who remembers hearing that Andy Gibb died?  It happened many years ago.  We were shocked to hear that Andy Gibb was dead at age 30:
"On March 7, 1988, Andy Gibb entered the hospital in Oxford, England, complaining of severe chest and abdominal pains. 
On March 10, he died of inflammation of the heart, officially as a result of a viral infection. "
Andy was only 19 when hit the music charts in 1977 with "I just want to be your everything", a song written and produced by his older brother Barry Gibb.  

Andy Gibb was on the pop charts for the next 3 years with huge hits like "Shadow Dancing", "Everlasting love" & "Don't throw it all away", "Desire" and "I can't help it", a duet with Olivia Newton-John.

His songs were composed by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, his very famous older brothers.   Yet, he was never a part of The Bee Gees although he did tour with them in 1979.

His career faded in the 1980's and Andy faced several addiction problems.  His death was a shock and a reminder that drugs will kill you.








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