BLACKMORE'S NIGHT: New Bassist Announced; European Schedule Updated

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT, the band featuring former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his fiancée Candice Night, will be joined by bassist Baron St. James for the group's upcoming 2007 tour season. The band's European itinerary is shaping up as follows:

Jun. 06 – [to be announced] - Reykjavik, Iceland
Jun. 10 - Glen Rothes Hall - Glenrothes (Kingdom Of Fife), Scotland
Jun. 12 - York Grand Opera House - York, England
Jun. 14 - Reading Hexagon - Reading, England
Jun. 17 - Birmingham Alexandra Theatre - Birmingham, England
Jun. 19 - Yeovil Octagon - Yeovil, England
Jun. 20 - Cardiff St. David's Hall - Cardiff, Wales
Jun. 23 - Brighton Dome - Brighton, England

A recent audio interview with Candice Night,conducted by BBC's Ben Turner, has been posted online in two parts: Part#1, Part#2.

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's holiday album, "Winter Carols", recently entered the Top 100 New Age/Ambient/World Radio/Internet Airwaves Chart at position No. 4, according to


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