Maurice Gibb's Death
Born (Birthday) 19491222
Death Date January 12, 2003
Age of Death 53 years
Cause of Death Cardiac Arrest
Profession Pop Singer
The pop singer Maurice Gibb died at the age of 53. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
British musician best known as a member of the disco group the Bee Gees with his brothers Barry and Robin. They were known for hits like “Stayin’ Alive,” “More Than A Woman,” and “Night Fever.”
He married pop singer Lulu on February 18, 1969; after their divorce on August 21, 1975, he remarried Yvonne Spencely on October 17, 1975. He had two children, Samantha and Adam.
“As an alcoholic, you have no appreciation for your wife or your children’s feelings, but I’m making up for that now. I’m winning my children’s trust back.” (Maurice Gibb)
“I’m not a big blues fan, but I don’t know anyone who doesn’t dig B.B. King.” (Maurice Gibb)
“America? They had a good girl singer, Janis Joplin.” (Maurice Gibb)
“Barry seems to be more flamboyant merely because he gets more interviews to talk about it.” (Maurice Gibb)
“Elton wanted a garden. They were building all afternoon while we were rehearsing. And then they built a fountain for Elton. And he said, I was only joking!” (Maurice Gibb)