BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Go Gold In The Czech Republic

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT, the band featuring former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his wife Candice Night, were awarded gold albums in the Czech Republic for the "Fires At Midnight" and "Ghost of A Rose" CDs at a special ceremony held at Cartouche in Prague on October 17. Sir Robert of Normandie and Squire Malcolm also received gold records for their musical contributions to "Fires At Midnight". Check out an article on the gold album-presentation (in Czech) on the Czech web portal at this location.

Upcoming BLACKMORE'S NIGHT tour dates:

Nov. 04 - Opera Hose – Buxton, UK
Nov. 06 - Carnegie Theater – Workington, UK
Nov. 07 - Queens Theater – Edinburgh, SCO
Nov. 09 - Alexandra Theater – Birmingham, UK
Nov. 10 - Concert House – Reading, UK
Nov. 13 - Town Hall – Cheltenham, UK
Nov. 14 - University Theater – Exeter, UK


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