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GSI ANNOUNCEMENT ANDY GIBB IN MEMORY

A letter to all fans about some plans to create a special memory for Andy Gibb in Miami Beach, next March. etc. GSI was asked to assist by spreading the word of this special idea to some other fangroups around the world and to all the Gibb fans. GSI has signed a letter which will be send to the City Of Miami Beach in name of all fans of GSI website and GSI Facebookgroup!! Fans do not have to sign individually! 

 We hope you will like the idea. More information will follow as soon as available Thank you Deborah for starting this initiative. Marion / GSI FOR ANDY GIBB'S MEMORY 

 Deborah CRISTINA, Sicily (Italy) My Dear Lifelong Fans of our beloved Andy GIBB, I decided to embark on this adventure because some years ago Andy GIBB touched my heart in a very special way. Since then, I deeply feel the desire that the memory of this young artist, whose smile and talent are indelibly imprinted in the memory of innumerable fans, is honored in the most beautiful way. The things th…

Bee Gees - Massachusetts - Bern, Switzerland (10 March, 1968)

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Robin Gibb 31st March 2008

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Stockton schoolboy vows to help terminally ill dad by releasing Bee Gees charity single

AN EIGHT-year-old boy is determined to make his terminally ill father proud by releasing a poignant charity single penned by former Bee Gee, Barry Gibb.
Schoolboy Callum Lane-Tingle vowed to raise £5,000 for Cancer Research UK after his dad, Andrew Tingle, was given a devastating diagnosis that he has only months to live.
Mr Tingle, a 47-year-old operations director, had a kidney and his adrenal gland removed in April 2016, but doctors discovered last month that his cancer had spread to his lungs, pancreas and lymph nodes and was now incurable.
However, his young son, a pupil at Stockton’s Fairfield Primary School, decided to enlist the help of seasoned North-East singer, Keith Hammersley, who has recorded his version of the moving Bee Gees song, Morning Of My Life.




Middlesbrough-born crooner, Mr Hammersley, who has performed alongside Bob Monkhouse, Bradley Walsh and Des O’Connor, said: “It is a very touching song and it really registers with the remarkable charity work of young Callu…