BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Singer CANDICE NIGHT Interviewed On WJCU's 'Metal On Metal'; Audio Available

Candice Night, wife of legendary guitarist Ritchie Blackmore (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW) and singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist for Renaissance rock act BLACKMORE'S NIGHT, was interviewed live on WJCU's "Metal On Metal" radio program on Friday, September 25. Candice discussed BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's forthcoming "Secret Voyage Autumn Night 2009" U.S. tour, latest "Secret Voyage" studio album and she gave away tickets to the Cleveland show on Wednesday, October 14 at House Of Blues. The Cleveland concert will be the first date of the tour.

The chat is now available for streaming using the audio player below.

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT U.S. tour dates:

Oct. 14 - House of Blues - Cleveland, OH
Oct. 17 - House of Blues - Chicago, IL
Oct. 25 - World Cafe Theater - Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 27 - Somerville Theater - Somerville, MA
Oct. 29 - The Fillmore New York At Irving Plaza - New York, NY
Nov. 01 - McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square Center - Charlotte, NC
Nov. 03 - Plaza Theatre - Orlando, FL

"Metal On Metal", hosted by Bill Peters, can be heard every Friday night from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. EST at 88.7 FM in the Cleveland area or streamed live worldwide at www.wjcu.org. The long-running, award-winning and highly respected radio program has been providing heavy metal on the airwaves to the metal fans of Cleveland since 1982.

Candice Night interviewed on WJCU's "Metal On Metal" (click on player below to launch audio):



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