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Andy Gibb - Eternally In Our Hearts

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Andy Gibb (March 5, 1958 - March 10, 1988)

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On the 31st anniversary of Andy Gibb's passing, a friend visited his resting place at Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills and sent us these photos.

The inscription reads:

ANDY GIBB
March 5, 1958 - March 10, 1988

"AN EVERLASTING LOVE"

ANDY GIBB
ETERNALLY IN OUR HEARTS
"AN EVERLASTING LOVE"

 

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[from December 1978] Bee Gees amid-Fever & pre-Spirits

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from "Rona Barrett's Hollywood" (December 1978)

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While the Fever burned white hot, this short piece was in December 1978 issue of "Rona Barrett's Hollywood."  (Wonder if the magazine still exists?  Probably not.)

In those days, the media was full of Bee Gees from mainstream biggies like "Time" and "Newsweek" to gossip and tabloid papers.

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Listen to Chase The Jaguar, a brotherly duo with ethereal voice Samantha Gibb's M.E.G. Records has just signed up!

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Chase The Jaguar with their new single 'Never Let You Down' - a band of brothers
with ethereal voice recently signed by Samantha Gibb's M.E.G. Records

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Preview of Barry Gibb song 'Seven Waves Away' by Bonnie Tyler

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"Bonnie Tyler's new album "Between the Earth and the Stars" will be released on March 22

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A new Barry Gibb song 'Seven Waves Away' written for Bonnie Tyler and included in her new album "Between the Earth and the Stars" is being previewed at @BonnieTylerUK (see the link here).

Bonnie Tyler reportedly mentioned during a concert that Bee Gee Barry Gibb had written a song for her and that it would be included in her new album to be released in 2019(July 10, 2018, Bonnie Tyler Fans).   And the time is now!

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Happy 72nd birthday to Sir Barry Gibb!

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Barry Gibb in Hollywood Bowl (June 2014)
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Happy 72nd birthday to Sir Barry Gibb!

50 years since we first heard the Bee Gees sing 'Massachusetts,' which was such a big hit in Japan and the first single by an overseas artist to top Japan's national chart, we have been so fortunate to enjoy the glorious career of you and your brothers. 

The photo on the right is from the Hollywood
Bowl concert which took place in June 2014. 

A group of devoted fans flew across the Pacific Ocean to attend this very last concert of the Mythology Tour. 

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