The Gibson Brothers

The Gibson Brothers
Born in Martinique, these three talented brothers, Chris, Patrick, and Alex Gibson, began performing together in 1976. Their sound has been called disco-salsa by some, simply hot by others. The single, "Come to America," was recorded that first year, 1976. It landed on many European music charts, becoming a number one hit on some. In 1977, the Gibson Brothers' tune, Non Stop Dance,was a million seller. This hit single found the European charts as well. Three years later the brothers broke onto the charts worldwide, including the American Billboard Top Ten, with a little number called Cuba. It sold over four million copies and earned 14 gold records. The course seemed set, and other releases like Ooh What a Life and Que Sera Mi Vida did as well, and even better. The Gibson Brothers' album, Emily, was released in 1987 and won them a Group of the Year award. In 1995 and 1996, the threesome released two compilations, Cuba and the Best of the Gibson Brothers. The albums are filled with