by Adam Aiken
East Anglian blues-rock outfit When Rivers Meet have been added to the line-up for the Keeping The Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean cruise in the summer.
Grace and Aaron Bond – who hail from Ely and Downham Market respectively – will join the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Blackberry Smoke, King King and Kenny Wayne Shepherd on the trip, which sails from Athens via Dubrovnik to Santorini.
Announcing the news, WRM said in a statement: “We’re so excited to let you know we’ve been invited on Joe Bonamassa’s Keeping The Blues Alive At Sea III Mediterranean Blues Cruise this August. We can’t wait to join an amazing line up of musicians!
“We’ll be doing at least three full-band sets across the five-night cruise and will get to spend the rest of the time hanging out with music lovers in the Mediterranean sunshine… we can’t wait!
“Until then, we’ll put another jumper on while recording album #3 and keep our fingers crossed Vanny’s heating doesn’t pack in again.”
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