BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Singer CANDICE NIGHT To Guest On Tonight's 'Metal On Metal'

Candice Night, lead vocalist of BLACKMORE'S NIGHT and wife of legendary guitarist Ritchie Blackmore (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW), will chat live with host Bill Peters on tonight's WJCU "Metal On Metal" show at 8:00 p.m. EST. Night will discuss the latest BLACKMORE'S NIGHT live release, "A Knight In York", and her new solo album, "Reflections".

You can listen to the show, now in its 30th year, live at 88.7 FM in the Cleveland, Ohio area or stream it live worldwide at

"Candice really connected with my listeners the last time she was on the show with me," says Peters. "She has such a positive outlook on life and is very enjoyable to interview. My listeners loved her! She told some very funny off topic stories about her haunted house experiences,in addition to talking about her music. I can't say enough good things about her.

"Ritchie and Candice's home was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. They have been without power for many days but she insisted on not canceling or rescheduling the interview. She said she has been looking forward to talking to her fans in Cleveland again."

"A Knight In York" is the live concert from York, England celebrating BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's 15 years of existence. The DVD and CD set showcases this brilliant band which at the forefront spotlights Blackmore and Night and their band of minstrels playing a range of modern and medieval instruments. This disc will take you on a time travel trip through the ages and have you singing along to the upbeat songs as well as playing your emotional heartstrings. Rock, pop, tavern, gypsy, ballads — this band does it all.

"Reflections" is a compilation of songs that Candice wrote over the past 20 years. Different than her works with BLACKMORE'S NIGHT, she is solely responsible for the music, lyrics and arrangements that will take you on a musical and magical journey showcasing different sides of this interesting musician. In "Reflections" you can hear a variety of inspirations touching on everything from country to contemporary to medieval music.


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