In 1975, Average White Band released their Cut The Cake album - the follow-up to their hugely successful AWB album, which included their first number one hit. The recording of the Cut The Cake album was plagued with problems and tension among the band's members. In addition to artistic and creative differences, the band was mourning over the loss of their founding drummer Robbie McIntosh, who had recently died of an accidental heroin overdose. McIntosh was replaced with drummer Steve Ferrone, well-known as the former drummer for Bloodstone. Before joining with AWB Ferrone had left Bloodstone to join English jazz-rock group Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - the band McIntosh had been with before forming AWB. Currently, Ferrone is drummer for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.
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