Adam Gibb is a singer/songwriter/screenwriter who was born in England but raised in Miami, FL from the age of two.
His father, the late Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees, was instrumental in forming his love for music and film. From an early age Adam learned about the music business through the eyes of his father. Adam believes that growing up seeing, hearing, and experiencing his father's music was the catalyst for his creative endeavors today. He joined his sister in singing and writing in the late 90s and formed the band Luna Park with fellow musician Lazaro Rodriguez. Working with his father they produced many songs.
One of his treasured memories was writing and recording "The Bridge" with his father and sister found on the Bee Gees "Mythology" album released in 2010. He attended the University of Miami and received a Bachelor's degree in Communication with a major in Motion Picture and History and a minor in Music Industry. Drawing from this and his life experiences in the world of music he currently oversees many aspects of his late father's musical legacy and continues to write new music and screenplays.