BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Singer CANDICE NIGHT: New Solo Music Posted Online

After tying the knot with former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW rocker Ritchie Blackmore on October 5, 2008, singer/songwriter Candice Night has launched a new web site that is designed to appeal to a broader market. With her impending solo release just months away, as well as an appearance in the film "Pray for Light" (now in production) Candice hopes the new site will attract a new fan base and enhance her image.

The site, which was designed by, features sample tracks, including Candice's debut country/pop song, "Gone-Gone-Gone" (not to be confused with the Phil and Don Everly song made popular by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss). Night says, "I am cast to play Emily in the movie 'Pray for Light' that will be using some of the BLACKMORE'S NIGHT music as well as my solo CD music as the main musical theme."


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