BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Enter Japanese Chart At No. 15!
BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's latest CD, "Ghost Of A Rose", has entered the Japanese charts at No. 15. In addition, the album is currently at No. 25 on the German chart after three weeks of release.
"Ghost Of A Rose", due in the U.S on August 30 through SPV/Steamhammer Records, features former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his companion Candice Night alongside the following guest musicians: Lady Nancy and Lady Madeline (harmony vocals on "Ghost Of A Rose" and "Way To Mandalay"), Bard David of Larchmont (backing vocals on "All For One"), Pat Regan and Minstrel Hall Consort (keyboards), Tim Cotov (backing vocals on "All For One"), Lord Marnen of Wolfhurst (violin), Mike Sorrentino (drums, percussion), and Sir Robert of Normandie (bass).
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