Candice Night

Candice Night

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Candice Night (born May 8, 1971) is an American vocalist/songwriter and the wife of guitarist Ritchie Blackmore. She is the lead singer, multi-instrumentalist, and lyricist for the traditional folk rock project, Blackmore's Night since its origins in 1997.


Born as Candice Lauren Isralow, in Hauppauge, Long Island, New York, Candice attended at New York Institute of Technology where she studied communications, before getting a job of her own radio show at a rock music radio station on Long Island.

She met Ritchie Blackmore when she asked him for an autograph on a soccer field in 1989, and sang backing vocals on "Difficult to Cure" for Deep Purple's concert in 1993; she also did backing vocals on "Ariel" and "Hall of the Mountain King" for Stranger in Us All, the CD by Blackmore's solo band Rainbow, as well as writing / co-writing four other songs on the aforementioned album. She then wrote lyrics for most songs for the first Blackmore's Night album, Shadow of the Moon.

Since then, she has been awarded several gold albums and other awards for the music of Blackmore's Night as...
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