Travis is a songwriter, musician, realtor, and Motörhead born and raised in Miami, Florida.
Growing up watching his father Barry Gibb, it was only natural for Travis to want to be in the music business himself. Living through the early 90's listening to Dance music in its true early modern form, he was inspired by artists and bands like The Prodigy , The Chemical Brothers, Dj Tiesto , Paul Okenfold, just to name a few. With all that inspired him, he set off to learn how to produce electronic music for himself. He spent some years as a DJ for house parties with friends and small clubs in his teen years. He Graduated from Full Sale, a Music Recording School in Orlando, Florida, at age 21. In the music studio is where he says he is most comfortable. Taking his time to find just the right sound for every track. These days, when he's not in the studio or showing property in Miami, you can find him staying in shape and enjoying family life.
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Lazaro Rodriguez, co-founder of MEG Production Inc. & In-house staff producer. Miami based musician is no stranger traveling from coast to coast to capture the right song. Living in Nashville and going from Europe to Los Angeles, Austin, TX, to New York, Lazaro Rodriguez has either written, played guitars, produced or collaborated with chart topping artist such as the late Maurice Gibb, Ricky Martin, John Secada, Billy Meyers, Kendra Erika, & Donna Allen to name a few. Currently taking on his most important role yet of producing a full length tribute album to the Brothers Gibb.
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.
Stephen Gibb is a singer/songwriter/producer and currently an active member of The Barry Gibb Band, performing and recording along side his father on guitar and vocals.
Stephen has been co-writing with his father for over a decade which produced several songs for Barbra Streisands "Guilty Pleasures" album in '05 certified Gold in the U.S.A & Platinum in the U.K. and more recently the title song “Angels” from the film "Shepherds & Butchers" which won “Best Original Song” at the RapidLion Awards, which is South Africa's international film festival.
The biggest highlight came in October of 2016 when Barry’s first solo record in many years entitled “In The Now” (Sony Records) was released to critical acclaim and Ultimately debuted at #2 in the UK (Gold) and New Zealand (6x Platinum) and #3 in Australia (4xPlatinum). With all songs being co written by Barry, Stephen, & Ash Gibb for that release.
Stephen as a solo artist is currently writing & recording new music with Bobby MacIntyre at Studio 71 for his debut record in the making.
He has been an active member of several Internationally acclaimed Heavy Metal bands in the last 20 years recording and touring the world. Notably as a bass player in Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society and as a Guitarist for 58 (Nikki Sixx’s 1st side project), Crowbar, Kingdom of Sorrow, JASTA and Saigon Kick.
Stephen Gibb is endorsed by:
Gibson Guitars, Taylor Guitars, Divided By 13 Amplifiers, Fractal Audio Systems, Quilter Amps, Audio Technica, 64 Audio, Fishman pickups, Arcane pickups, Jim Dunlop Accessories, D’Addario Strings, In-Tune Picks, Klotz Cables, and Lewitt Microphones.
Spencer Gibb is an award-winning musician, photographer and actor. Raised in London and New York City, he quickly fell into his father’s footsteps and began performing at age 14. After fronting the critically acclaimed rock band 54 Seconds for many years, he has now become a solo artist, while also producing music for film. His love of movies, as well as having a background in theater, led Gibb to pursue acting and has appeared in numerous short and feature films. Also a prolific photographer, specializing in black and white portraiture and street photography, Gibb can almost always be seen with a Leica camera around his neck.
Born in Sydney Australia and has lived in England, Isle of Mann, Ibiza, Spain, Miami, California and Las Vegas where she currently resides (Whew). Berry is currently 29 years old and sticking to it (Her Mum Barbara, always stuck with 39). Currently married to her husband Chino for 27 long, long, long, years (her words). She currently has 2 children, who are of the four legged variety, Great Danes. She spends most of her time, taking care of the 3 animals that make up her family. In her spare time she likes to write, draw and garden. She is a pescatarian and one of her favorite foods is Sushi. She has a passion for finding lost pets and working to get them back home. We actually believe there is a sign somewhere attached to our house that says, Lost pets stop here. She is a homebody and her definition of a perfect night is relaxing and watching Game of Thrones repeats with her family. Berry loves everything about the ocean. It is her sanctuary. (Ironic that she lives in the desert) If she could do it all over again she would like to be a veterinarian or oceanographer.
The performing arts is in my blood. Music and drama have been part of my life my whole life. I have been singing since I could talk, and I spent a considerable amount of my childhood performing in drama and musical productions.
Although my love of singing has always remained strong, it has taken a back seat in adulthood to my other great passions – my young family and my career in education. I have my ever-supportive husband Matt and our two young boys, Darby, aged 7, and Flynn, aged 5, and we live on a small farm on the outskirts of Sydney surrounded by animals – just the way I like it! I am also a high school teacher who coordinates programs for disengaged and low-literacy students who are struggling to stay in school. I love these kids and the work I do for them more than I can do justice to in words. It's a wonderful career. And I’m also studying for my Masters in Education. As you can imagine, this all keeps me very busy.
But singing and performing continue to play a big role in my life. I still take to the stage regularly, solo and also as part of an all-female vocal group. The joy that comes from sharing a love of music and performance with a wonderful group of friends cannot be matched. I’ve been singing since I was old enough to hold a hairbrush and belt out a Whitney Houston ballad into the mirror, and I don’t ever intend on stopping! Singing with my cousins on the Gibb Collective tribute album has been a wonderful way to finally bring together my musical heritage with my lifelong love of singing and performing.
Samantha has been writing and producing for over 15 years. She began her first recordings with her father, the late Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. They released some early recordings under the name Luna Park.
In 2003, Samantha released recordings she had worked on with her father as well as some other tracks, under the name M.E.G. (for Maurice Ernest Gibb)
By 2007, she decided to move to Nashville with her band. Upon their arrival, Samantha decided to make a documentary called “A Nashville State of Mind”. The film was inspired by her and her band’s move to Nashville and the incredible musicians and talent they encountered there. The film got into over 15 film festivals and won best international music doc in 2008 at the LA/NY International film and music festival.
In 2010 Samantha and her band and a new band name (Samantha Gibb and the Cartel) crossed the pond for their first U.K. tour to promote their album Wrong Side, as well as hitting up the US East Coast for an acoustic tour later that year.
In February, 2012, she sang at the Hard Rock Live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL with her Uncle, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, for his first solo concert in the US. With great success from the shows, Samantha continued to tour with her uncle until 2014. In the beginning of 2015, she sang with him again for the Miami Beach Centennial show in Miami Beach, FL.
After touring Samantha started her company M.E.G. Production House with her husband, Film /Camera operator and director, Paul Landin and her writing partner and music producer, Lazaro Rodriguez. Together they continually released music and videos independently and create media content for themselves and other artists and musicians.
Most recently, Samantha has been working on a tribute album for her father and uncles. ”It has been a long time coming and we are s excited it has evolved into a beautiful family project”. The album includes the children, nieces and nephews, as well as the brother’s younger sister, covering and putting their own style and new flavor to each track.
<p>Robin-John Gibb (RJ) has dual citizenship in the USA and UK. He was educated at: Ashfold School in Dorton, New College in Oxford in UK, Cushman School and Gulliver Academy in USA.RJ has a life-long love of music, film and theatre. As a child he studied at Miami’s Sdoia Satz Institute of Music where he learned to play piano, violin and saxophone, before settling eventually on trumpet. Ultimately, his interest in keyboards and guitar took precedence.</p>
<p>RJ first studied drama at Gulliver Academy, then subsequently enrolled in courses at RADA for both Classical and Contemporary Drama in the UK, and at The London Academy of Media, Film and TV. He also enrolled in a screenwriting course at the NFTS in Beaconsfield. He has been studying drama for six years with Andy Hinds, ex-RADA teacher and leading director and acting teacher in Ireland, currently artistic director of Classic Stage Ireland.</p>
<p>RJ is also a composer. He formed a band: The High Rollers, performing in Miami. In the UK he was asked to provide music for a series of films on Irish History by Blue Egg Productions. The first of these, the acclaimed Blind Eye was released in 2008. RJ was asked to act in the others, as well as continuing to compose the music.</p>
<p>RJ was co-composer with his father Robin Gibb on The Titanic Requiem. He also composed music for "Blood-Type - The Search", a Vampire series currently in development, co-writing, producing and performing the song Instant Love with his father Robin. In the taster for the series, RJ plays Belisar, a Vampire Lord.</p>
<p>He is associate producer on the feature film Road To Nowhere (The film was nominated for a Golden Lion at the 67th Venice Film Festival at which the director Monty Hellman received a Special Lion Award).RJ has co-written, produced, and starred in a short film called "Anaemia". He has also composed the music for Anaemia.</p>
<p>In 2011 he co-produced the album Message To You recorded by The Soldiers and his father Robin for a charity helping injured soldiers. He co-composed some tracks with his father for 50 St Catherine’s Drive, his father’s last pop album.</p>
<p>When not pursuing music and acting, he is usually absorbed in his other passions, theoretical physics and quantum mechanics. Robin-John has a particular facility in accents and has mastered several different colloquial accents of the USA and UK. RJ has a deep interest in mentalism and has been studying this art since 15 years old. As an accomplished mentalist and magician, he has performed for Children In Need, and raised funds for veterans and for charity at private functions. In 2016 he performed at the Mayor's Ball and also at Ashfold Ball.</p>
<p>Currently he is working on songs for his own album. </p>