When Rivers Meet
Sat 27th Apr 2024 Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30pm (Showtimes Approx)
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When Rivers Meet
Hot off the release of their critically acclaimed third studio album “Aces Are High”, award-winning rock duo When Rivers Meet, comprised of husband-and-wife Aaron and Grace Bond, are pleased to announce their “Aces Are High” Spring 2024 UK Tour.

The tour takes in eight concerts and starts at The Brook, Southampton on April 27th, and finishes at The Garage, London on May 11th. 

Lead singer, mandolin and violin player, Grace Bond is looking forward to touring the new album. “Aaron and I can’t wait to get back on the road in 2024 to tour the Aces Are High album,” says Grace.  The new songs are powerful and intense. They represent where we are right now as both writers and performers.  It’s an exciting journey and we look forward to sharing the ride with our dedicated fans.”

Since their formation in 2019, the husband-and-wife duo Grace Bond (vocals, mandolin, violin) and Aaron Bond (vocals, guitar), have been quick to prove themselves one of the most exciting names in British blues rock. Blending Rock, Blues, Americana, and Folk in a distinctly unique manner, they have been showered with many awards and accolades. 

“Aces Are High is living proof the Bonds can break through any dam and rock as hard as the rest of the pack.” – Blues Rock Review

“Another classy release from one of the UK’s most exciting and creative bands.”  – Record Collector

When Rivers Meet were the first band to win four awards at the UK Blues Awards 2021 and another three awards in 2022, including Blues Band of The Year on both occasions. In 2023, WRM won Blues Band of The Year, making them the only band to win these category three years in a row, and the only band to be inducted into the UK Blues Awards Hall of Fame for this category.

“When Rivers Meet’s joy is so infectious you cannot resist them.”  – Maximum Volume Music

“Aces and stakes are high. This is a royal flush.”  – Powerplay

“When Rivers Meet’s energy is contagious.” – Rock N Load

“Essex blues rock duo slam back in fuzz-tone triumph!”  – Vive Le Rock

“Aces Are High is the album that will power them to the next level.” – Metal Talk