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A musical duo from Downham are releasing their new live album on Friday, July 29.

When Rivers Meet (WRM), who are husband and wife Aaron and Grace Bond are pleased to announce the release of the Flying Free Tour Live.

The live album will be released on CD, DVD, vinyl, and digital and the CD and DVD will include a 12-page collectable booklet.

When Rivers Meet. Picture: Laurence Harvey (57073562)
When Rivers Meet. Picture: Laurence Harvey (57073562)

The live album was taken from recordings and footage from three concerts during WRM’s 17 date April and May 2022 headline UK tour.

Grace Bond said: "Our first-ever headline tour was amazing.

"We wanted to capture some of the incredible moments.

Aaron and Grace Bond are When Rivers Meet. (56682958)
Aaron and Grace Bond are When Rivers Meet. (56682958)

"We've always enjoyed listened to and watching live recordings, and it's been a dream of ours to create our very own."

The live album features Grace Bond on vocals, mandolin and fiddle and Aaron Bond on vocals and guitar accompanied by Roger Inniss on bass and James Fox on drums, keys and backing vocals.

Together, the four talented musicians created an exciting and powerful stage performance in front of thousands of concert goers across the UK.

When Rivers Meet. Picture: Laurence Harvey (57073556)
When Rivers Meet. Picture: Laurence Harvey (57073556)

The live album features songs taken from WRMs first two albums, We Fly Free and Saving Grace, plus songs from their two EPs, The Uprising, and Innocence of Youth.

The live album includes approximately sixty minutes of performance footage and the DVD edition includes bonus features of crowd interactions and reactions.

The band tour the UK in October with special guest, Nati Dreddd who has been growing an army of global fans.

When Rivers Meet. Picture: Laurence Harvey (57073564)
When Rivers Meet. Picture: Laurence Harvey (57073564)

In a quiet seaside town in the East of Scotland, 2021 saw her not only hit two million followers across social media platforms, but also hit the road supporting Tidelines and Newton Faulkner.

After a successful run of livestream shows, Nati is looking forward hitting the road with When Rivers Meet.

WRM will also perform at three Planet Rock Rocktober concerts alongside Reef, King King, and The Damn Truth at O2 Bristol Academy on October,15, Wilko Johnson and King King at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on October, 18, and The Sweet, King King and The Damn Truth at O2 Sheffield Academy on October, 22.

Tickets for all three concerts are available from www.thegigcartel.com.

In 2021, When Rivers Meet were the first band to win four UK blues awards including blues band of the year, blues album of the year (We Fly Free), emerging blues artist of the year, and most inspirational online performance of the year.

WRM were also won best new band at Planet Rock’s awards The Rocks.

In May 2022, WRM won three more UK Blues Awards including blues album of the year with Saving Grace, blues band of the year, and blues vocalist of the year went to Grace Bond.

WRM won album of the year for Saving Grace at Planet Rock’s awards The Rocks 2022, beating Iron Maiden who came in second place.



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