Gibson first moved to Thailand with her parents at the age of six, living in Nakorn Ratchasima (Korat) and then in Bangkok. Gibson is now a popular singer of mor lam and luk tung prayuk, traditional Thai country music.
She released her first album, Christy Der Ka Der ("This is Christy"), in 2001, and her second, Jam Gan Boh Dai Gah? in 2002. Her third album is Gulahp Wiang Ping. She has also recorded an album jointly with Swedish luk tung singer Jonas Anderson (also a former second generation memeber of The Family), called Rum-tone, Rum-thai.
Family publications mentioning Christy Gibson
- Yah Yohm Pae
- Jonas and Christy
- Gulahp Weeang Ping
- Jam Gan Boh Dai Gah? (2002)
- Christy Der Ka der (2001)
- Rum-tone, Rum-thai
- She's a Westerner Who Sings Music of the East. Los Angeles Times. 6 May 2001.