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"Livin' the Bream" EP - April 2008
"Just Do What You Can Do" LP (Corey Evitts) - May 2008
"Here with You" LP (Will Johnson) - scheduled for release in May of 2010



Bream started in February of 2007 when Corey Evitts (Lead Vocals and Lead Guitar) and Mickey Denner (Drums and Vocals) wanted to form a band to play each other's solo material and cover a wide variety of styles. The two also wanted to have an outlet for ministry on the Greenville College campus. Within a month the original lineup was set with Jordan Mellinger playing rhythm guitar and Enoch Kim playing bass. After representing the college as a lab band and playing at Agape in May the band disbanded for the summer. Upon returning to Greenville in the fall of 2007, Charlie Stainer (Bass and Vocals) and Will Johnson (Guitar and Vocals) replaced Kim and Mellinger. The band was selected to represent GC again that fall as a lab band. After rehearsing for a few months they began playing shows again in November with new material and more covers. For the third consecutive semester, in the spring of 2008, Bream was selected as a GC lab band. In April, the band completed a four song EP entitled, "Livin' the Bream." Shortly after releasing the EP, Alex Barringer (Keys and Vocals) became the fifth member of Bream. In May, Corey Evitts released a solo album entitled, "Just Do What You Can Do," which includes many songs that Bream performs live. Will Johnson is also currently working on a solo album that will include other songs Bream performs. In the last year, Bream has performed at GC's Midnight Breakfast and Back to School Bash, Frostbite 09, and is scheduled to open for Disciple on March 22nd. Band influences include classic rock bands like AC/DC and Rush, southern rock bands such as Lynyrd Skynyrd and CCR, modern rock bands Creed, Killers, Audioslave, and U2, as well as Christian artists including Audio Adrenaline, Third Day, and Disciple.