Gary Tibbs

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Gary Tibbs
Born (1958-01-25) 25 January 1958 (age 58)
Origin Northwood, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Genres New wave, post-punk
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Bass
Associated acts Adam and the Ants, Zu Zu Sharks, Merrick & Tibbs, Code Blue, Roxy Music, The Vibrators, The Fixx, Aztec Camera

Gary Tibbs (born Gary Brian Tibbs, 25 January 1958) is a bass guitarist and actor, who appeared (playing the part of bass guitarist, Dave) in the film Breaking Glass, alongside Hazel O'Connor.

Tibbs was born in Northwood, London. He was a member of Adam and the Ants, and is mentioned by name in the lyrics of the band's UK top ten hit "Ant Rap". At various times he was a member of Zu Zu Sharks, Code Blue, Roxy Music, The Vibrators and The Fixx. He first played on The Fixx's 2003 album, Want That Life.

He also formed a band called Merrick and Tibbs with Chris Hughes (aka Merrick), just after leaving Adam & the Ants. They released a single in 1982 entitled "Call of the Wild".

In February 2008, Tibbs left The Fixx upon the return of previous bassist, Dan K. Brown.

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