BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Enter Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart At No. 38

According to a posting on BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's official web site, the group have just entered the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart at position No. 38 with their newest single, "Christmas Eve". The track comes off BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's "Beyond the Sunset - The Romantic Collection", which came out in September 2004. "Christmas Eve" was one of three bonus Christmas songs included on the CD, alongside "We Three Kings" and "Emmanuel".

As previously reported, BLACKMORE'S NIGHT — which features former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his fiancée Candice Night — will release their new album, "Village Lanterne", on January 25 in Japan. The Japanese version will have a bonus track called "Once In a Garden". The European release is scheduled for February 6.

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