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January 15, 2005


I remember seeing Bread around 1997 at the Star Plaza in Merriville, Indiana. I was always a big fan of the band but never got to see them in their heyday. When I saw that they got back together again, I did not hesitate to get tickets for the show. I'll always remember how beautiful James' voice was at that show as he started it off with "Look What You've Done". I know James is up their now singing with Carl Wilson and the angels. Two beautiful voices taken from us all too soon. Rest in peace, James.

i was crushed to hear of the news that such a great singer has left us so soon. i saw bread on their reunion tour in vegas and san diego. jimmy still had the greatest voice i had ever heard. i fell in love with a song that he introduced in the concert called "just say when." i ended up meeting him backstage and he was very cool. so cool, that he sent me a copy of his unreleased song. what a guy..... i wish his family well. rest in peace jimmy.

I saw Bread in August 1997 in Peachtree City, GA. I loved their music from the very first time I heard it. I was a teenager then and it seems all my memories from that time are set to a "Bread Soundtrack"
I am so sorry to hear of Jimmy's loss. He will be greatly missed by his loyal fans. I am so happy that I got to see him in person.
Anita - Chattanooga TN

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