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Bread was an American soft rock band from Los Angeles, California.They had 13 songs chart on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1970 and 1977.. The band was fronted by David Gates (vocals, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, violin, viola, percussion), with Jimmy Griffin (vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion) and Robb Royer (bass guitar, guitar, flute, keyboards, percussion, recorder, backing vocals).
Bread was an American soft rock band from Los Angeles, California. They had 13 songs chart on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1970 and 1977. The band was fronted by David Gates, with Jimmy Griffin and Robb Royer. On their first album session musicians Ron Edgar played drums and Jim Gordon played drums, percussion, and piano. Mike Botts became their permanent drummer when he joined in the summer ...
- “If” The number one song ever released by Bread is “If.” This simple song emerged in 1971. It set the tone for the band through the years they were popular with audiences.
- “Aubrey” “Aubrey is currently ranked as the second-best song that Bread ever released. The song came out on the “Guitar Man” album. Later it was released as a single in 1973.
- “Everything I Own” “Everything I Own was a single included on the “Baby I’m-a Want You” album released in 1972. It was one of the most popular songs about broken relationships, but that wasn’t the original intent of writer David Gates.
- “It Don’t Matter To Me” “It Don’t Matter To Me was released on the debut album for Bread, in 1969. The song was released as a re-recorded single from the second album they released with David Gates, writer, and producer, taking the lead vocal.
Aubrey (song) " Aubrey " is a song written and composed by American singer-songwriter David Gates, and originally recorded by the soft rock group Bread, of which Gates was the leader and primary music producer. It appeared on Bread's 1972 album Guitar Man. The single lasted 11 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 15.