Born on the Antillian Island “Martinique” and since many years living in Paris,
the Gibson Brothers started their career in 1976 with their first single, “COME TO AMERICA” which became a European success and a No. 1 in France and Italy. In 1977 they composed “NON STOP DANCE” and became a No. 1 hit in Belgium, Holland and Northern-Europe with 1 million sold copies. Enough for concerts and touring through whole Europe. After touring all over the world – over the past 20 years – still everybody recognises the typical Disco/Salsa style from the Gibson Brothers. “PARTY TIME GUARANTEED”.
More of The Gibson Brothers Illustrious Career…
1980 Their first world-hit “CUBA” delivered them 14 golden records and became a No. 1 hit in 16 countries, a No. 9 hit in the American Bill board chart and more than 5 million copies were sold. An that moment the Gibson Brothers were the first French group who entered the charts in America and England on the same time.
1981 “OOH WHAT A LIFE” Nr. 1 in England & “MARIANNA” Top 10 in Spain, Germany and England.
1983 Their biggest hit: “QUE SERA MI VIDA” sold over 5 million copies.
1984 Again a golden record in France for more than 500.000 sold copies for
“MY HEART’S BEATING WILD – TIC TAC”
1985 Slowly the brothers started with record-productions. First result was “T’as le look coco” with Laroche Valmont.
1987 “Group of the year” in England after the release of their album “EMILY”
1990 The single “LET’S ALL DANCE” with David Christie became a hit in Belgium.
1996 Again a hit in Belgium with their newest single “FIRE”.
1997 Ten years after their latest album “Emily” a follow up – world-wide – with a brand new album called “MOVE ON UP”. The sound is brand new and really surprising.
1998 2 songs on the album with all the sound-tracks from the successful Dutch film “Abeltje”
2000 In the Dutch charts with a song produced by Ben Liebrand, called “Music & Passion”
2001 September – release of their new single “Let’s get together” which was a project with The Gibson Brothers & Debbie Sledge of Sister Sledge, & Jimmy Helms of Londonbeat.
2005 June – start of the recording of a brand-new party album, Axel Breitung.
2006 March – release of the new album “Blue Island” in Germany & Benelux.