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SONY REFILLS BREAD BASKET
2/14/23

Sony Music Publishing has expanded its global publishing administration partnership with David Gates and his publishing vehicle, Kipahulu Music Co.

The deal continues Gates’ long-established relationship with the company which began in the 1960s and covers hits he wrote and recorded with Bread such as “If,” “Everything I Own,” “It Don’t Matter To Me,” “Baby I’m-A Want You” and “Make It With You.”

Lorilee Gates, who repped her father in the deal, said, “We’re excited for this next chapter with Sony. Dad’s signature melodies consistently make their way into homes and ears year after year, be it via big streamers, film and TV or good old-fashioned radio.

"Without fail, Bread continues to pop up somewhere in everyday life. It’s Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton talking about Bread on The Voice or Ricky Gervais tweeting about listening to Bread whilst penning jokes for his final Golden Globes hosting appearance. Bread is part of the cultural fabric—it’s passed on by generation, and it’s absolutely wonderful.”