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1988: Andy Gibb died at age 30

Friday, March 10, 2017 9:58
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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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