Robin Gibb
(The Bee Gees)
Dec. 22,1949 – May 20, 2012

I've Gotta Get a
Message to You
#1 in 1968


Robin Hugh Gibb, was born in the Isle of Man, best known as a member of the Bee Gees, co-founded with his twin brother Maurice and older brother Barry. Their younger brother Andy was also a singer. In September 2008, Gibb recorded the Bee Gees classic "I've Gotta Get a Message to You" with British Army men The Soldiers for a charity single in the UK, it was produced with his son Robin John Gibb and the video for which was produced by Vintage TV. On March 10, 1988, younger brother Andy died in Oxford, England, of myocarditis. On January 12, 2003, twin brother Maurice died in Miami Beach, Florida, of complications from a twisted intestine. In March 2012, Gibb was hospitalised for intestinal surgery and cancelled scheduled appearances while recovering. In April, however, he contracted pneumonia and fell into a coma. Although he came out of his coma later in April, his colorectal cancer had advanced and he died in London on 20 May 2012 at the age of 62 from liver and kidney failure.
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