In memory of my friend noboday was like me
I made this “digital art” picture with Mo & Andy in it for the “In Loving Memory” page on your G.S.I. website.
This is my way of remembering.
Mo standing by the window of the beautiful suite of the Peninsula Hotel when he said “It’s good to be the King!” I used that picture to create the memorial poster for his funeral.
We went to see the Broadway show of “Saturday Night fever” while we were in L.A. Again, Maurice, forever the trooper accepted the invitation. We got there a few minutes late but before it started so imagine the people sitting for the show when they saw that little black hat wobbling by! That alone was worth everything. Now when the actors realized that one of the composers of the songs they were singing was sitting there, they were blown away.
After the show, we got escorted in a little room until the public was gone and the artist lined up on the stage to salute Mo. Little do they know that he was the one completely taken away by this and their performance and was the one looking up to them!
The Brothers enjoyed their live performance at the Wango Tango Concert very much
June 17, 2001 at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Backstage: Ali Gibb, daughter of Barry and Linda, my wife Tushenka and
Adam Gibb son of Maurice and Yvonne and Mo himself.
Backstage: Adam Gibb, Ali Gibb, Maurice and myself.