Au Revoir Simone compete in the world's loneliest dance compitition in their video for Sad Song. watch
Hey, don't be like, let's call her, "Charlesetta James." This is her vidtervention (intervention a la video, so all family members can avoid confrontation)...she DRANK, DANCED, SANG, PLAYED GUITAR...but she didn't stop at that. "Charlesetta James UPLOADED...to the sweet tunes of Andy Gibb.
Andy Gibb (5 March 1958 -- 10 March 1988) was a British singer andBorn Andrew Roy Gibb inGibb began playing at tourist clubs aroundteen idol, and the youngest brother of the family whose other members formed the Bee Gees: Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.Manchester, England, to Barbara (née Pass) and Hugh Gibb, Gibb emigrated with his family to Australia six months after his birth. They settled in Cribb Island, adjacent to Redcliffe, north of Brisbane. He was the youngest of five children and had one older sister, Lesley (1945), and three older brothers, Barry (1946) and twins Maurice (22 December 1949 -- 12 January 2003) and Robin (1949). After moving around Brisbane and then Sydney many times Gibb just eight years old returned to the UK in January 1967 with his family when The Bee Gees sought international fame.Spain's coastal Island of Ibiza, and later on the Isle of Man, as a young teenager. On the Isle of Man, the birth place of his older brothers and where his parents were living at the time, Gibb formed his first group, Melody Fayre (named after a Bee Gees song) which included local island musicians John Alderson (guitar) and John Stringer (drums). The group was managed by Gibb's mother Barbara. The group had regular booking on the small island's hotel circuit. His first recording (in early 1974) was a Maurice Gibb composition called "My Father Was A Reb" on which Maurice also produced and played. It was not released.
The "Psst!" project was conceived and curated by Bran Dougherty-Johnson of Grow Design Work. Inspired by the Surrealist game of "Exquisite Corpse" and the children's pastime "Telephone", these films were created by artists from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Berlin working sequentially and linking up their animations over the course of nine weeks. Each film consists of three sections created by different design teams in a variety of styles.
This animation was completed by Freestyle Collective, Adam Gault and Chad Colby.
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