When Rivers Meet Win Four Awards At The 2021 UK Blues Awards
WHEN RIVERS MEET
TRIUMPH AT THE UK BLUES AWARDS 2021
THE FIRST BAND TO WIN FOUR AWARDS
IN THE SAME YEAR
“BLUES BAND OF THE YEAR”
“BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR”
“EMERGING BLUES ARTIST OF THE YEAR”
“MOST INSPIRATIONAL ONLINE PERFORMANCE
OF THE YEAR”
British Blues Rock husband and wife duo,Aaron and Grace Bond of When Rivers Meet, are the first British Blues band to win four awards in the same year at the UK Blues Awards in London last night.
Hosted by the legendary Blues musician Paul Jones, the band won “Best Blues Album Of The Year”, “Blues Band Of The Year”, “Emerging Blues Artist Of The Year”, and “Most Inspirational Online Performance Of The Year”.
When Rivers Meet first caught the public eye with the release of their debut album We Fly Free in November 2020. Since then, their weekly Saturday night livestream concerts, rave reviews in the music press, and radio airplay on Planet Rock, BBC Radio 2, Radio Caroline, plus many more radio stations (Bluestown Radio at Arrow Classic Rock) and shows, have seen them develop into one of the most sought-after Blues Rock bands in the past 12 months.
They recently invited to perform a live stream performance of their single Did I Break The Law on Joe Bonamassa’sKeeping the Blues AliveStream-A-Thon which where proceeds were raised to aid blues musicians affected by the pandemic.
Last month they were confirmed as special guests on King King’s February 2021 UK tour. The band are also in the process of organising their first headline tour of the UK in 2022.