BLACKMORE'S NIGHT: DVD Update
BLACKMORE'S NIGHT singer Candice Night (fiancée of former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW and current BLACKMORE'S NIGHT guitarist Ritchie Blackmore) has posted the following update regarding the group's long-delayed DVD:
"We have loads of plans for the DVD... The record company is interested in filming even more live footage this year to add along to the existing footage. It will have quite a few layers and be done in 5.1 surround sound. There is even a rumor of putting some video tracks on the new CD to be released...maybe 3 or 4 so you get a taste of what the DVD will be like. But it's anyones guess at this point what will actually happen. Lots of ideas floating around.... now we'll have to see what the reality of the situation will be. But it looks good so far!"
BLACKMORE'S NIGHT released their most recent studio album, "Ghost Of A Rose", in the U.S. last August through SPV Records.
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