Bee Gees And Geoff Bridgford
The short story
Geoff Bridgford is an Australia singer songwriter who started his music career as a drummer in the late sixties playing for two hugely popular Australian bands ‘Steve and the Board’ and the ‘The Groove’ (The Groove won the coveted first prize (a trip to the UK) in the Hoadley’s National Battle of the Sounds competition in 1968)
It was in London in 1971 that Geoff found international success as the drummer for The Bee Gees playing on songs that were released on four albums and eight singles, receiving two Gold Records for the million selling hits ‘Lonely Days’ and the Bee Gees first number one in the USA ‘How Can You Mend A Broken Heart’.
After leaving the Bee Gees’ in 1972 Geoff continued his musical journey as an international recording and touring drummer. In his home country of Australia some of the respected Australia artists he has toured and recorded with are, Goanna, Mark Gillespie, Ross Hannaford, Vanetta Fields and Joe Creighton. As a singer songwriter he has toured through the USA and Europe.
Became the last non-Gibb brother to be a member of the Bee Gees.
Albums that played.