jaybeacham    I record songs on the Sing Snap karaoke site and they let us share those recordings with other Sing Snappers
and elsewhere.   So after listening to a recording of Brenda’s (I just love her voice and style), I sent her a link to my cover of “She Believes in Me”.

By jaybeacham 

Hi Brenda,
I thought you might like this one I did:



By brenda-a  for jaybeachamGOLD on She Believes In Me

God bless you.Have a geat day.

Hi Jay..I do believe in you since day one..never will forget hearing your voice for the very first time  still amazes me.Gorgeous gifted golden voice..love this song and sing from you.God bless you.Hugs, Brenda



By brenda-a  for jaybeachamGOLD on She Believes In Me

God bless you.Have a great day.

I don’t know either one of the Steve Gibbs..but I do wonder if Barry Gibbs son sings..I sure hate when we lose the last of the Bee Gees..I hope he sings for many yrs to come..and that his son can sing like him 

BTW do you have a son that can sing like you? or at least talk like you?


My answer:

Thanks for believing and listening to me,
Do wish you were a casting agent somewhere.
Here’s some info on Steve Gibb, Barry’s son:
Stephen Thadius “Steve” Crompton Gibb is an English musician and the first-born son of Barry Gibb and Linda Gibb. Wikipedia
Born: December 1, 1973 (age 42), London, United Kingdom
Spouse: Gloria Levas (m. 2002)
Parents: Linda Gray, Barry Gibb
Uncles: Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Andy Gibb
Grandparents: Hugh Gibb, Barbara Gibb
Siblings: Ashley Gibb, Travis Gibb, Alexandra Gibb, Michael Gibb

My oldest son Steve was born in 1974, used to pretend to people on the phone that he was me and fooled them.
My brother Stan has a similar sounding voice as me and sings.
My second son Alan born 1975 and youngest son James born 1981 both have similar sounding voices too.
James makes films and sometimes narrates them himself but he has had me sing in one of them.
Once over the phone someone mistook me for Stan and it was hard to convince him that it was me.
and shortly after that I happened to hear one of my ads on radio and it did sound very much like him.
I was a radio announcer from age sixteen to about 22 then did some radio plays and voice work. Stan was a radio announcer on a college station just a couple of years ago and he graduated with one of his youngest daughters. I started early, he finished late.
He is more of a story teller, guitar-mandolin player and actor.
About 30 years ago he portrayed Jesus Christ in the American Messiah play and film.
Some things run in families I suppose.

I found several recordings of the Steve singing with his dad Barry.
Here’s the link to one I listened to:
“I’ve got to get a message to you.”
And I don’t play the guitar. In fact gave it to Alan’s son Bryson for a boy in his band.
Bryson sings and does guitar and his brother Bailey writes songs, plays guitar and piano(their mother is a piano teacher).
Is that a good enough answer?

Brenda replied:

Thank you Jay. I guess it does run in your family then 


By brenda-a 

I don’t think Barry’s son sounds like him when he sings 


By jaybeacham 

No they don’t sound alike but then they still sing together.

Does music, singing, whatever stay in your family more than one generation?

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