Blackmore's Night

Rock 107 presents:

Blackmore's Night

Wizard's Consort

Sat · October 7, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$40 - $49.50

All Ages Admitted/21 to drink/Everyone must present ID

At the request of the Artist, this is a Reserved Seated show

Reserved Balcony seating available for Members only

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Blackmore's Night
Blackmore's Night
The year is 1996. The setting: a snowy winter in Massachusetts. Inside a lodge, nestled around a fireplace, a guitarist plays some beautiful acoustic tunes, and a singer with an ethereal voice joins in. They play throughout the night, creating songs of myths and fantasy inspired by nature. All of this is occurring while the guitarist, none other than famed stringsmith Ritchie Blackmore, is working with his band Rainbow to record their last CD Stranger In Us All.
Here, in this moment miles away from it all, Ritchie Blackmore and Candice Night are using their secluded time around the fire in the middle of winter to create, some beautiful music, a new genre, inspired by many melodies of the Renaissance period, and Blackmoreized into contemporary music. They call it Renaissance/Folk/Rock. This is the sound of Blackmore’s Night.
In 1997, Blackmore’s Night released their debut CD Shadow of the Moon, which immediately went gold in Japan and earned awards worldwide. Meanwhile, their ever-growing, devoted fan base is growing, as the band has created a genre of music for all ages. From grandparents to
children, everyone is embracing their medieval mood music and gypsy dances. Clearly, the music of Blackmore’s Night connects with fans on a deep level, allowing them to experience an entirely different era of merriment.
At the helm is the dynamic husband and wife duo: celebrated guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, who traverses between acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, mandola, cello, and hurdy gurdy, and Candice Night, who not only contributes her unique, entrancing vocals, but deftly navigates seven medieval woodwinds, including bagpipe, chanters, shawms, corner music, pennywhistles, and recorders. Further enhancing the band’s inspired sound are keyboardist/back-up vocalist Bard David, violinist Scarlett Fiddler, back-up vocalist/shawm player Lady Lynn, bassist/rhythmic guitarist Earl Grey, and percussionist Troubadour of Aberdeen. With lyrics penned by Night, the collective embraces the aura of the old world inn, from madrigals and ballads to good old fashioned, Renaissance-inspired pub songs.
Additionally, every one of Blackmore’s Night’s studio CDs (10 in total) has debuted in the top five of the Billboard charts, many of which entered or remained at the number 1 spot. They have earned Awards such as “Best Album of the Year” or “Best Vocal Album of The Year” and their sold-out live concerts in castles and UNESCO sites worldwide are filled with thousands of fans dressed in Renaissance garb, dancing and singing as if time stood still. No clocks...no pressure...just the gaiety and camaraderie of a medieval pub. Everyone joins in and loses their stress in the music.
2017 marks the official 20th Anniversary of Blackmore's Night.
Their latest release To The Moon And Back: 20 Years And Beyond... (due out on August 18) is a best-of compilation including the most- requested and beloved songs from their fans, all of which have been remastered. Alongside these classics, the album includes four re-recorded versions of their favorites, a new version of “Moonlight Shadow”, “Somewhere Over The Sea”, “Coming Home”, and “Writing On The Wall”, a live version of “Home Again” and three brand new songs: “Ghost Of John”,( guest appearance of Autumn Blackmore), Ritchie Blackmore's new version of “Land of Hope and Glory” and Candice Night lending her vocals to a favored Rainbow tune “I Surrender”. The set is complete with a booklet boasting a collage of 20 years of memorabilia and a small unrehearsed video from a sound check, rewarding fans with an intimate glimpse behind the scenes.
Grab your tambourine or your tankard of ale, and sing and dance with Blackmore’s Night "Under A Violet Moon.” Join us To The Moon and Back: 20 Years And Beyond... for an amazing collection of music from Blackmore's Night. Concert and Music for ALL ages..
Venue Information:
Sherman Theater
524 Main Street
Stroudsburg, PA, 18360
http://www.shermantheater.com/