News: When Rivers Meet

Grace Bond: Blues Vocalist of the Year (Picture: Laurence Harvey)
Grace Bond: Blues Vocalist of the Year (Picture: Laurence Harvey)

by Adam Aiken

When Rivers Meet have enjoyed another storming night at the UK Blues Awards.

Following their remarkable success at last year’s event, the blues-rock band fronted by East Anglian husband and wife pair Aaron and Grace Bond have now scooped a further three gongs, including the Blues Band of the Year title.

Their second album, Saving Grace, was named Blues Album of the Year while Grace was crowned Blues Vocalist of the Year.

The awards coincide with the release of I Can’t Fight This Feeling, which is the fourth single from Saving Grace.

WRM are coming to the end of a UK headline tour which has included a bunch of sold-out shows, including a recent performance in Norwich.

They’ll be back in Norfolk in July, topping the bill at the Dereham Blues Festival.

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