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He dropped out of school in his early teens to follow his passion for music.
In an interview with While he had hoped to join the Bee Gees, Andy Gibb started up his own group called Melody Fayre in the mid-1970s.
He served as the co-host for the syndicated music show In the mid-1980s, Gibb finally sought help for his addiction at the Betty Ford Clinic at the urging of his family.
After his release, he continued to make appearances but never returned to his past fame.
He went to England to make his first record for his new label, but he never finished the project.
Gibb began feeling ill shortly after his 30th birthday.
While professionally thriving, Gibb was struggling with a substance abuse problem in his personal life. He began his career in Australia before relocating to Miami to work with his brother, Barry Gibb.While Andy Gibb pursued a solo singing career, his brothers formed the popular 1970s band the Bee Gees.On March 10, 1988, Gibb died at a hospital in Oxford, England, at the age of 30.The cause of death was determined to be myocarditis, a heart condition.
Attractive and personable, he was a favorite among many teenagers of the day and had photos of him appear in numerous teen magazines.