The Gills Brothers are a quartet of fish singers featured several times on The Muppet Show.  The Gills Brothers debuted in episode 312 as musicians in a fish band playing "Octopus' Garden." They sang songs for quartet in episode 402 and episode 424, accompanied the Fish Singer in episode 413, and sang the backups for Lew Zealand's rendition of "Goodnight Sardine" in episode 521.

The Gills Brothers are a quartet of fish singers featured several times on The Muppet Show. The Gills Brothers debuted in episode 312 as musicians in a fish band playing "Octopus' Garden." They sang songs for quartet in episode 402 and episode 424, accompanied the Fish Singer in episode 413, and sang the backups for Lew Zealand's rendition of "Goodnight Sardine" in episode 521.

Derek William Dick, better known as Fish, is a Scottish singer and lyricist, best known as the former lead singer of the neo-progressive rock band Marillion.

Derek William Dick, better known as Fish, is a Scottish singer and lyricist, best known as the former lead singer of the neo-progressive rock band Marillion.

I love this, these are my three favorite singers of the sea... In fact I have these three whales tattooed on me for that reason!! but i do love their flukes

I love this, these are my three favorite singers of the sea... In fact I have these three whales tattooed on me for that reason!! but i do love their flukes

Eggy la Sirene Méduse #loupclier #dessin #dessins #crayon #drawing #drawings #art #ink #sirene #meduse #fish #singer #chanteuse #souslocean #bernardlhermite #tentacules #tentacles #Eggy

Eggy la Sirene Méduse #loupclier #dessin #dessins #crayon #drawing #drawings #art #ink #sirene #meduse #fish #singer #chanteuse #souslocean #bernardlhermite #tentacules #tentacles #Eggy

Gyotaku prints are prints or rubbings made by putting pigment onto a fish and making a print directly from the fish. In ancient Japan, the purpose of these prints were to record how large a fish was caught.  By Barry Singer

Gyotaku prints are prints or rubbings made by putting pigment onto a fish and making a print directly from the fish. In ancient Japan, the purpose of these prints were to record how large a fish was caught. By Barry Singer

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