Blackmore's Night in USA

  • Just got this e-mail from my wife.
    Orlando for me. Maybe even meet up with some people from here (David and Shirean ?)
    Blackmore's Night will be performing a limited exclusive concert tour in USA before heading back into the studio.

    Returning from a very successful Summer Nights Tour- Blackmore's Night will perform 7 shows here in the USA this coming Oct/Nov.
    We expect to see our wonderful Blackmore's Night family of Fans and Friends in Cleveland, Chicago, Philly, Sommerville Ma, NYC, Charlotte and Orlando Fla before we head back into the studio.
    There will be no shows added to this tour-

    Presales for our fans in garb are now available for Oct 14 House of Blues Cleveland Ohio- ( password create)

    Oct 17 House of Blues Chicago ( password create).

    Oct 27 Sommerville Theater MA- no password required,

    Oct 29 Fillmore at Irving Plaza NYC (password voyage).

    Shows in Philly, charlotte and Orlando will have ticket information available next week.

    Please watch the blackmoresnight.com site for updated information-

    Here's to you-all our friends--surely we will meet again--- and we will Toast To Tomorrow-and one for days long ago!!!!
    Blackmore Productions, c/o Carole Stevens, P.O. Box 735, Nesconset, NY 11767-0735, USA

    Frank:div27:
    "if only we'd turn around and notice the door to the cell is open"

  • Hilarious...US to them is usually NY, NJ and maybe one or two other places...as usual. Ah well glad I got to those three shows in last month- in Germany. (They were great)

  • Got my Orlando tickets, which pretty much sold out in presale except for some far left and right seats. Gonna be a good time in November

    Frank:div27:
    "if only we'd turn around and notice the door to the cell is open"

  • I heard more about this tour on the Deep Tracks channel on SiriusXM.
    Then right after the info they played a BN tune. I believe it was called Rainbow Eyes.

  • Correction....they played a Rainbow tune called "Rainbow Eyes"...revisited by Blackmore's Night, much like their version of "Street of Dreams" a year or two ago..

    And Frank, didst thou get in on the presale because thou art a Renaissance devotee who will be there, lute in hand, dressed in feathered hat and tights? ;)

    Todd

  • Correction....they played a Rainbow tune called "Rainbow Eyes"...revisited by Blackmore's Night, much like their version of "Street of Dreams" a year or two ago..

    And Frank, didst thou get in on the presale because thou art a Renaissance devotee who will be there, lute in hand, dressed in feathered hat and tights? ;)

    Todd



    Sorry for the mistake. I'm not a fan of either band :p

    Wow!!! I'd pay good money to see Frank dressed up in tights and shoes with the curly toes. I think Frank would stick the feather somewhere other than his hat ;)

  • Excuse me, my misguided geezer friend...how can you be a fan of Missy Elliott...but not a fan of the most excellent band Rainbow?! (Sorry, had to "out" you on that one..)

    Frank seems quiet at the moment...perchance he is quaffing ale and ogling fair maidens.

    Todd

  • I have goneth hither and yon with my pint of ale.
    Alas, I have attempted to get hold of a suit of armor for the show and just have everyone at a loss for words.

    Frank:div27:
    "if only we'd turn around and notice the door to the cell is open"

  • Excuse me, my misguided geezer friend...how can you be a fan of Missy Elliott...but not a fan of the most excellent band Rainbow?! (Sorry, had to "out" you on that one..)

    Frank seems quiet at the moment...perchance he is quaffing ale and ogling fair maidens.

    Todd



    Jeez, can't a guy buy a CD single of Missy's and not get hounded about it? :lol: I do have a few Rainbow items in the 'ol collection and have seen them a few times in concert. Just wasn't a huge fan.

    Maybe Frank is doing it the other way around....ogling ale and quaffing fair maidens :thumbup:

  • Back from the Blackmore's Night show inOrlando Tuesday night.
    The show just didn't do it for me to say the least. It started strong and ended with a little puff, basically going downhill the entire second of two hours. No electric guitar work to speak of at all, and every song was toned way down. "Soldier of Fortune" was well done as was "Under a Violet Moon", but otherwise I was not impressed.
    Add the fact that they did not do an encore while the audience was standing and clapping for over five minutes really soured me on the whole night.
    Candice Night, though, can certainly sing !! Her entire presence was very good, and she never seemed as if the whole event was coreographed and planned out beforehand. Ritchie was under-amplified and the keys and violin were the dominant instruments. There was also a drum solo, which is just annoying !!!
    Of course the people-watching was great with the costumed "Blackmorons" dressed in masks, jesters outfits and kilts. There was one woman dressed as a tree with an owl in it and looked really interesting.
    Overall, a disappointment, but I am still glad I went

    Frank:div27:
    "if only we'd turn around and notice the door to the cell is open"

  • I went to three shows in July and I think I find myself watching her more than Ritchie. And- she is certainly singing better than ever with fewer spots of flat singing although there were a couple. However- she hit one high note that I heard coming from her voice when I was in the front row- not from the pa- not from the monitors but I heard that voice above the band and it was perfectly in pitch.

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